When we started, we set out to create the nation’s most comprehensive rental database. We’re happy to say that we’ve succeeded. Our database has over 7 million off-MLS listings, each sourced directly from property owners. Looking to rent in DC? The nation’s capital is a great place for families, history buffs, job hunters, and presidential hopefuls alike. But, if you’re looking to live in driving distance to the Capitol, be prepared to pay well above the national average. Average rent in Washington, DC is $2,232 (that’s well above the national average of about 1,400!) Check out these listings from our database that come in at around average price.
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One Bedroom in H Street- NoMa for $2097
This one bedroom with wood floors throughout gets you right in the center of DC without breaking the bank. The apartments complex’s (long) list of community amenities includes a 24-hour concierge serve, out-of-town services, guest accommodations, tool lending library, a lounge center, lobby with plush seating, furnished guest suite, penthouse with show kitchen, fireplace, seating, and games, elevator. Looking to get some fresh air after a long day? The complex has an east rooftop with four barbecue grilling kitchens and movie projector, a west rooftop with outdoor living room and a barbecue grilling kitchen, a rooftop pool deck with elevated two-level pool and shade trellis. True to its photos, pets are welcome! And, with an indoor dog park, you don’t even have to leave the apartment to take your pooch for a walk.
Studio in Washington-Downtown-Penn-Quarter-Chinatown for $2275
With two floors of living space, this spacious studio might even make you forget you’re spending 50$ over average rent for a studio. The community features on-site management, on-site maintenance, concierge services, door attendant, package receiving, attended parking garage, business center with library, elevator, wheelchair access, guest room, courtyard, resort-style swimming pool, sun deck, TV lounge, resident lounge with home theater, twenty-four hour fitness studio, spa/hot tub, and yoga studio.
2 Bedroom in Washington-Anacostia for $1495
Looking to rent in DC and not break the budget? This spacious 2 bedroom in Washington-Anacostia is perfect for a new family, or roommates looking for space to breathe, or a busy-body who needs a home office. The community features a pool; sun deck; clubhouse; elevator; package receiving; playground; concierge; door attendant; and controlled access. With ample green space nearby and the Anacostia Metro only a 6 minute drive away, this apartment strikes the perfect balance between urban and suburban.
1 Bedroom in Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown for $2080
This one bedroom for rent in DC is perfect for a renter who needs access to Georgetown University or the United States Naval Observatory. Community amenities high speed internet, rooftop lounge, wifi cafe, controlled access, courtyard, bike racks, bbq/picnic area, recycling, garage parking, package receiving, controlled access/gated, on site maintenance, sun deck, elevator, and on site management.
1 Bedroom in SW Ballpark- Navy Yard for $2346
Building amenities feature a 25 meter indoor lap pool, a rooftop pool with sundeck, 24-hour concierge, package receiving, yoga studio, fitness center, steam rooms, game room with Billiards, elevators, and garage parking. Pet friendly community. This apartment is conveniently located within a four minute walk to Navy Yard Metro Station and within a two minute drive to the I-695.
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