Mon. Afternoon Rental Option – U St, NW

This rental is located at T Street NW at 16th St NW:

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The Craigslist ad says:

“You can’t beat this location: T and 16th Streets NW. Close to U Street, Dupont, Adams Morgan & 14th Street! This spacious studio has a large living space with several windows.

New wood floors being installed by 4/15/2011!

Tenant responsible for separately metered utilities (electric & gas), but water is included.”

$1470 sound realistic for this studio?

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  • Wow! I bet that goes before the night is over.

  • no, it won’t. as someone looking for a place, this unit has been on craigslist for over a month. it looks TINY for what they’re asking. (a month ago they were asking $1550)

  • Dear God…is that a CRIB in that studio? Seems like a noisy/painful parenting setup!

  • Seems just too high by a couple of hundred dollars for this area and the size. That studio has to be under 500 sq ft, it’s not newly renovated AND electric and gas are not included. 1470 is a little too high but won’t be surprised if it goes that price due to the location. And why does the ad tout new hardwood floors if the place is carpeted?

  • Seems high…I know two people who have one-bedroom apartments within three blocks of that place, rented within the last few months, and one pays about $50/less and the other $50/more. You can definitely find a better deal in that immediate area.

  • who cares about the apt, I envy that location

  • WOW. Ummm… I have a basement apartment in the same area. Two entrances. 8 windows. Utilities Included. A space in the garage for my car. And a fenced in rear yard. for 1100. Did I mention it is a one bedroom 900 square feet!!!!!! They are crazy trying to rent it for that high :/

  • DC rental properties are becoming too expensive like in Manhattan. No wonder native or longtime blacks are being pushed out of DC. Who can afford to pay these type of rents? Only people with high paying jobs, lobbyists and Attorneys.

  • I used to rent around that area 4 yrs ago… $1,100 for an over 700 sq. ft one bedroom apt. $1470 for that place is ridiculous, even for the location (maybe times have changed… but 4 years.. geez… little steep)

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