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Today’s Rental was chosen for the view out the balcony

This rental is located at 1401 N Street NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,000 / 488ft2 – 2 WEEKS FREE! Studio with Balcony near Thomas Circle- $2,000 (Logan Circle)

The Seville located in Logan Circle on 14th and N Street. This location is within walking distance to everything you need! Whole Foods is only 2 blocks away, and there are THREE metro stations within a half mile radius!

This 6th floor apartment has gorgeous natural light and a wonderful view! Not to mention all utilities are included! Great size studio apartment with a separate area for kitchen!

OFFERING 2 Weeks FREE!

• Rooftop pool with lovely city views
• Access controlled building
• Parking Spaces Available for Rent
• All Utilities Included (Except Cable and Internet)
• Several bus lines at your door steps or use one of the several Metro Stations located within walking distance.
• McPherson Square 0.42 Miles
• Farragut North 0.49 Miles
• Mt Vernon Square 0.55 Miles

Equal Housing Opportunity”

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