Thurs. Afternoon Rental Option – Penn Quarter/Chinatown

715 6th Street Northwest

This rental is located at 715 6th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Big, gorgeous condo in the center of sizzling Penn Quarter with great amenities. Enjoy the rooftop deck with BBQ grill and views, fitness room, and fun party room! Bright open layout, huge kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, private balcony, bamboo floors, closet organizer, built-in entertainment center, and gas fireplace. Rent parking or walk to Metro! (4 of them!)”

You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/1 bath is going for $2,950/Mo.

10 Comment

  • Emmaleigh504

    I think they should have put the bear in every room for a picture.

    • LOL, Emilie504!
      I’m guessing this unit is currently rented out… but couldn’t they have moved the bear out of the frame for that first photo?

    • Originally I thought the red thing on the bear’s head was a bow, and I was scandalized to think the bear was sunbathing topless or something. 😉
      But it looks maybe like a mask. I wonder if the bear is supposed to be a luchador? Or a superhero?

      • Emmaleigh504

        I thought it was a bow too! I still think they should have put the bear in all the pix, even if just a an ear 🙂

    • Why are you and I the only ones commenting about the bear? It was the most attention-grabbing part of the post!
      (Well, to us, at least.)

  • I’m torn. $1475 is an absurd price to pay to split a bathroom with someone else, unless they’re a romantic partner, but this is a REALLY fancy unit.

    • REALLY fancy unit? I don’t see anything particularly fancy. Carpeted bedrooms certainly aren’t fancy, and neither is that kitchen.

  • maxwell smart

    I hate when they extend the sink counter over the top of the toilet. It’s such an odd detail. My grandparents house had the same thing.

    • At first I was thinking, “Handy storage,” but now that you point it out, I realize that the extended countertop 1) precludes the occupant from being able to add an etagere for additional storage and — perhaps more significantly — 2) makes it difficult to see into the toilet tank if you need to troubleshoot or fix a problem.

  • As someone who has been looking for a decent 2BR for rent, I have to say that this is a really good deal (if you’re a couple looking for extra space, or don’t mind sharing a bathroom with a roommate). Seems like a decent enough place. Certainly not as fancy as the newer apartments popping up, but it’s also significantly less expensive than the newer places (I mean, most of those go for $3400+/month for 800 sq ft).

    If I had an even remote desire to live in that area, I’d be on top of it.

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