Thurs. Afternoon Rental Option – Adams Morgan

2360 Champlain Northwest

This rental is located at 2360 Champlain St, Northwest:


The listing says:

“New construction with elegant landscaped courtyard,green roof w/outdoor seating and grill. Light filled corner unit. Gourmet kitchen equipped w/SS Bosch appliances, gas, leathered granite counter top, soaring ceilings, h/w floors. Kohler & Grohe fixtures, washer/dryer PRIVATE BALCONY, PARKING, ADDITIONAL STORAGE, ELEVATOR in the building.And unbeatable location! WALK SCORE is 91.”

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $2,750/Mo.

9 Comment

  • I was going to say too high, and still think it’s a tad overpriced, but the parking is nice. Especially in that neighborhood. The views from every window suck though, and that is one thing I cannot handle.

  • IF the parking is included, its only a bad deal. if the parking isn’t included it’s ludicrous.

  • $2,700 to live in that sad drab location….i dont know about that one. Personally i wouldnt want to live that close to 18th street because im sure theres just drunk people running around at all hours. Also a lot o crime tends to happen on that street because it is so close but very quiet and seculuded compared to 18th street. I always feel a little on edge late at night walking through there

  • Ridiculous. Also, love the wall of neighbor’s windows in every shot (zero privacy).

  • As an aside, the Google Map on this post lists a neighborhood of “Reed-Cooke” between Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights. That’s the first I’ve heard of that.

  • Yikes. It looks nice, if a little sterile–but I live right around the corner from that place on Euclid (which is much prettier), and I pay the same rent for an 1100 s/f two bedroom. It’s slightly less shiny, granted, but I have all the same amenities, minus parking. That’s a terrible deal.

  • figby

    What a drab, characterless box.

  • Beyond overpriced. Has nothing to do with the neighborhood (which is great, although it certainly has more competition nowadays). Has to do with the fact that it’s 750 sq feet. Places in Foggy Bottom/west end and Penn Quarter can pull this off with the “dumb money,” but even then they offer amenities like a pool.

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