Rental of the Day – Logan/Shaw

1200 N Street Northwest

This rental is located at 1200 N Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Gorgeous 3 bedroom unit with private balcony. Walk to Logan &14th st Whole Foods, Trader Joes,~shops, bars, buses and metro. Renovated unit with granite kitchen, stainless appliances, ceramic baths and wood floors. Sunlit with large windows and city views. Great amenities: Sauna, Roof Deck, Fitness Center, Security, garden & Responsive Onsite Management and more!Free prk 1yr and $0 deposit”

1200 N Street Northwest inside

You can see more photos here.

This 3 bed/2 bath is going for $4,495/Mo.

7 Comment

  • Good lord. I’m a huge fan of renting, but that’s a heck of a mortgage payment.

  • Only a few pics of the unit itself and then that sauna bench? It’s 3/4 mile to Trader Joe’s, not so close. The Giant is closer.

  • It seems like every time PoPville has a unit in this building, it’s massively over priced.

  • We went to look at a 2 bedroom there when we were trying to move the FIRST time after we had our kid, and they were actually really nice units (I’m guessing the renovated ones) – they were offering free parking and a 2 story, 2 bed/2ba was just over $3k, which for the neighborhood was nice – and all utilities were included. The management ladies were great. BUT, only “small dogs” allowed. Which is hilarious to me because we walked by that building SO MANY TIMES and were barked at through windows by tiny little yap dogs. So we obviously couldn’t move there. But if you’re in the market, I thought it wasn’t bad. And if you NEED a 3 bedroom, there really aren’t many at all to choose from.

  • Probably aiming for a roommate situation of 3 dudes/gals paying $1500 each. It’s going to be hard for a group of 3 to find something much cheaper in this neighborhood, and certainly impossible to do so individually. It’d be hard for two roommates to get under $1,500 each, so this might be the market rate.A family with a budget of $4,500 a month will probably be better off buying.

    • Agree, but not everyone has the down payment and a lot of people in that situation might be short timers – it’s still not worth buying in DC for a couple of years residency. More than 4 or 5, yes. I don’t think for fewer than 3 years it’s worth it.

  • Oh man, I’ve finally gotten my cranky long-time resident moment! I subletted a room in a 2BR/2BA here in 2009. That was before it got “remodeled”. The apartment as a whole was $1800. We had a hilariously tiny balcony on the 7th floor, where I’d share whiskey and stories with my Capitol Hill staffer roommate. I loved that location. Just a couple blocks from Great Wall Szechuan, and a short walk up from the Bolt Bus terminal where they now have CityCenter DC. At the time, 14th Street’s only super hip restaurants were Bar Pilar and Saint Ex. I felt so cool showing them to my Dupont Circle-dwelling friends.

    If you work on K Street, this is an awesomely short walk to work, so it’ll save you at bundle on metro fares.

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