Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various Philly neighborhoods. This week we’re looking at homes you can rent for $2,000.
Queen Village (1 bed, 1 bath)—Tucked away in Queen Village, just blocks from the banks of the Delaware, sits this cozy 800-square-foot condo. The $2,000-a-month home features a living room with hardwood floors and a working gas fireplace, as well as a Jack and Jill bathroom set at an angle. The kitchen offers granite tops and windows that stream light into the room.
Old City (2 bed, 2 bath)—This sleek 1050 square-foot apartment is located in the heart of Old City and features a sprawling wood floor living room with recessed lighting, all for $2,000 a month. In the kitchen, you’ll find a deep sink and faucet with a pull down spray, as well as plenty of counter space.
Fishtown (2 bed, 1 bath)—This apartment in a repurposed convent marries a contemporary style with a rustic aesthetic. The former convent was recently renovated, with the developer keeping many of the original elements, like its high ceilings with exposed wood beams. The kitchen and living room offer industrial-style light fixtures and hardwood floors, all for $1995 per month.
Rittenhouse Square (1 bed, 1 bath)—Finding an affordable apartment near Rittenhouse Square that offers unique design elements and plenty of light may seem difficult, but this apartment could prove you wrong. For $1,995 per month, this home, just blocks from the popular square, boasts two fireplaces, a ceiling with a wood design and large windows that let in plenty of light.
Manayunk (3 bed, 2 bath)—For the home with the most bang for your buck, look no further than Manayunk. With 1,731 square feet of space and three bedrooms, this listing offers a lot of home for just $1,999 a month. It features two floors, a small stained glass window in the living room and beautiful archways that add character to its interior.
Which Philly apartment would you rent for around $2,000?
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