Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various Philly neighborhoods. Can you get a two-bed apartment for this price? What about a whole house? Let’s find out! Today’s price point: around $2,700 per month.
Lower Merion (3 beds, 1.5 baths)—Right on the border of the city sits this house, which reaches nearly 2,000 square feet large, and which you can rent for $2,700 a month. It has two floors, a sizable kitchen and—added bonus—a large, covered wood deck.
Powelton Village (3 bed, 3 bath)—Just steps from Drexel University sits this apartment, which boasts hardwood floors and plenty of natural light. It’s a recent construction, so everything—appliances included—is brand new.
Graduate Hospital (3 bed, 2 bath)—It might be surprising to find this place at this price point in the growingly popular Graduate Hospital neighborhood—it has three floors, three bedrooms and a nice roomy living room. The hallway by the master bedroom is lined with closet space, too. Plus, there’s a closed-in patio area outside.
Rittenhouse Square (1 bed, 2 bath)—Rittenhouse Square is known for its sleek homes with great views, and this one is no exception. Situated between Market Street and Rittenhouse Square, it offers great views and 920 square feet of space. The building also offers amenities like a gym and lounge area.
Queen Village (3 bed, 3.5 bath)—There’s a lot to gawk at in this Queen Village home. It’s got multiple floors, some really ample kitchen space—with an island!—and a balcony off the bedroom upstairs. Plus, the unique bathtub isn’t something you’re likely to find in every apartment.
Which $2,700 home would you rent?
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