Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various Philly neighborhoods. Is someone’s townhouse another’s studio? Let’s find out! Today’s price point: Around $950 a month.
Rhawnhurst (2 beds, 1 bath)—$950 goes a long way in northeast’s Rhawnhurst neighborhood. This apartment has two bedrooms—one big, one small—and lots of storage. Public transportation may not be easily accessible here, but the rent does include access to one parking spot.
Washington Square West (studio, 1 bath)—At $995 and 350 square feet, this studio in the Arts condominium building in Center City is the priciest and one of the smallest rentals on this week’s list. The good news is that the unit was just updated, and it sits on the 12th floor, high above the noisy streets below. There’s also a fitness center and laundry on-site.
Garden Court (studio, 1 bath)—Here’s another 350-square-foot studio up for grabs, this time asking $970 in monthly rent in the recently renovated Garden Court apartments in West Philly. Pets are welcome, and it’s a quick bike or bus ride to University City.
East Passyunk (studio, 1 bath)—For $950 a month you can live in this 600-square-foot studio right on South Broad Street, just a block from the closest subway stop on the Broad Street line. There are hardwood floors and big windows, though the kitchen is sans dishwasher.
West Philly (3 beds, 1 bath)—Out in West Philly, this entire rowhome is available for rent, asking $975 a month. That includes a 1,060-square-foot home with a front porch, a new roof, carpeting, bathroom, and in-unit laundry. It’s about 0.4 miles from 60 Street Station on the El.
Which apartment would you rent for around $950?
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Washington Square West studio
Garden Court studio
East Passyunk studio
West Philly 3BR