Today’s Rental was chosen for the decor and exposed brick, obviously

This rental is located at Corcoran St NW near 17th St NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$3,595 / 2br – 782ft2 – Urban oasis – 2bd/1ba – available to start May/June

Welcome to your urban oasis in the heart of Dupont Circle! This fourth-floor gem in a historic 1890s building boasts a cozy yet modern ambiance. Step off the elevator into the two-bed, one-bath apartment boasting nine-foot ceilings and ample storage, and flooded with natural light. Relax by the crackling wood fireplace on chilly evenings while gazing out at city views.

Located at 17th and Corcoran Streets NW, this residence offers a gateway to the vibrant pulse of city life. Safeway is across the street, and Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are a 10-15 minute walk. Easy access to the Dupont Metro (8 min walk), buses, and bikeshare. The neighborhood’s renowned restaurants (Agora, Annie’s, Astoria, Floriana, Hank’s, Mikko, and more) and bars promise endless hyperlocal entertainment options. Don’t miss the chance to call this urban retreat your home sweet home!

All utilities included – tenant would cover only internet/cable. First and last month’s rent due at signing, plus security deposit. Building is pet friendly. We would kindly request a supplemental pet deposit.

**OPEN HOUSE** Saturday May 4, noon-2pm”

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