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This rental is located at 2634 15th st NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1,586 / 1br – 546ft2 – Totten Towers Apartments (Adams Morgan)

Visit our community today! Our Totten Towers apartments provide reliable access to a variety of locations and attractions- short walking distance to Columbia Heights metro (green & yellow line), The Smithsonian Zoo, cultural centers, libraries, restaurants, farmers’ markets, theaters and more! One block away from the beautiful Meridian Hill park

*Leasing office located at 2633 16th st NW*
Availability date: TODAY!
Unit: 9C
1 BR/ BA: 546- 817 sq. feet
Pets: Cats, Small Dogs (< 25lb), Large Dogs (> 25lb)
Pet notes: $500.00 for the 1st pet. $350.00 for the 2nd pet. $25.00 monthly pet fee
Deposit: $1,000.00 up to first months’ rent
Leasing options: 1 year lease
Application fee: $75.00
Hold fee: $200.00
********Additional documentation will be needed, please contact office**********

Utilities Cost: Resident pays for electricity
Appliances: Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Garbage disposal, Range/Oven
Heating/Cooling: Central AC, Ceiling fans
Laundry: Washer/Dryer in unit
Wiring: High-Speed internet (optional package)
Parking Type: Optional assigned garage parking/ street parking
Facilities and Recreation: Courtyard/ Patio
Security and Access: Elevator, Controlled access
Additional features: Carpet, Granite countertop, Non-Smoking Property, 24/7 Package access, Leasing office open on Saturday

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES

The Olympia & Totten Towers apartments are tax credit properties which means that there are income and student restrictions that apply. To qualify for 1 person, your annual income cannot exceed $63,300.00; for 2 persons, $72,360.00 and you cannot currently be a student or have been a student within the last 6 months. (Some exceptions may apply)”

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