Today’s Rental “has all utilities and parking included”

1245 13th Street Northwest

This rental is located at 1245 13th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Welcome to the Park Princess in Logan Circle. This two story two bedroom two bath has all utilities and parking included in the price of the rent. You will be able to enjoy Logan Circle and all the views from the massive roof deck! Also enjoy the patio area out back of the building and park your car in a secured garage parking lot! Come see it now!”

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This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $3,200/Mo.

8 Comment

  • SilverSpringGal

    $1,600 all utilities included per roommate still seems high…but maybe that’s what the area commands?

  • Moving forward can we play The Price is Right? Don’t list the price immediately with the listing. Let us guess first. Today I nailed it ha ha.

  • This is an underachieving condo building whose association once went bankrupt. The units I’ve seen are kindof depressing. The cost of buying one of these two level units (that open onto the street) is usually a lot less than nearby buildings. Despite the amenities, it’s a bit high.

  • Truly a great location but this fugly building is arguably the greatest architectural crime in all of Washington.

  • Whoever listed this property is not too with-it. The name of the property is Logan Park; they legally changed their name about 9 years ago.

  • Seems a bit steep, even with parking. And the rooftop may be huge, but it doesn’t look appealing. Do you have to bring your own patio furniture?

  • My partner and I looked at a condo in this building this past summer. It’s an older building and cheap for the area, which isn’t bad if you don’t need brand new (which we were totally ok with). The biggest red flag and deal-breaker for us was that the condo association was planning to lower the HOA fee, yet the corridors and common areas were in deplorable shape– something that shouldn’t be the case if you’re considering lowering the fees. The roof deck, especially, is in awful condition and I’ll be truly surprised if it’s even up to code. It’s giant, sure, but it’s all rotted and dried out wood planks that look like they haven’t been treated or replaced since 1990.

    But, if you need to rent a two bedroom and want to pay considerably less than anywhere else in the neighborhood, why not?

  • I live right around the corner and pay $3150 for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath. So, it’s definitely reasonable, given the location. But my apt is bigger and not as dated looking as this.

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