Seattle Rent Comparison

The land that now makes up the modern city of Seattle has been inhabited for around 4,000 years. We expect that it looks much different today than what it must have looked like 4,000 years ago. Today it is a bustling metropolis filled with life and more coffee than you can drink (It IS the birthplace of Starbucks). The home of the Space Needle and the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle is dog-friendly and environmentally conscious (plastic bags are no longer available at supermarkets). If this sounds like your cup of tea/coffee, Seattle is probably the place for you!

Seattle skyline at nightImage courtesy of Pixabay

The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA is approximately $2,000. What can you get for that price?

  1. Array - Located a few blocks away from Lake Washington, Array offers a stunning space with spectacular amenities. With a rooftop deck, your views of the lake are unobstructed. You'll also have access to the rooftop firepit and community garden. Inside the apartment, you'll find wood-plank style flooring and designer carpeting. The entire complex is built with sustainability in mind; it's built green and it's Smart Certified. Meet and bond with your neighbors in the resident lounge and enjoy gated underground parking. For close to $2,000 you'll get a 2-bedroom apartment at Array.
  2. Oregon 42 - Just one block away from the bustling business district of the West Seattle Junction, Oregon 42 offers luxury amenities within arm's reach of a slew of boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and nightlife options. Just like Array above, Oregon 42 is built green and is Smart Certified. Especially pet-friendly, this apartment features a dog run and dog washing station to clean your pup afterward. With quartz kitchen countertops and stainless steel appliances, this is the perfect place to show off your cooking prowess. For near $2,000, you'll get 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and over 1,000 square feet of space.
  3. Angeline Apartments - New to the apartment scene, Angeline Apartments is located in Columbia City. Travel around the world without leaving your neighborhood as you make your way through all of the interesting and delicious restaurants with cuisine from across the globe. With amazing views, a decked out fitness center, and a cinema, what more can you ask for? Well, there's also a Pedal Club, a rooftop oasis, an herb garden, private balconies, and a public library right next door. For around $2,000, you'll find yourself with a 764 square foot studio apartment in Columbia City.

The rainy city of Seattle is the perfect place for coffee lovers, pet owners, and foodies alike. No matter what your interests are you'll find something to pique them in Seattle. For the city's average rent you can get some pretty spectacular amenities and apartments! Do you think you'll be making the move to Seattle anytime soon?
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