Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Austin neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $1,450.
↑ 1405 North Loop Boulevard, $1,450/month. This colorful apartment complex in the happening North Loop neighborhood is leasing a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit that measures 900 square feet and has recently been renovated. Washer/dryer included, pets okay.
↑ 2502 Hidalgo Street, $1,450/month. A cute single-family house in the close-in Holly neighborhood (not far from the former home of legendary Tex-Mex restaurant El Azteca), this home has two bedrooms and one bathroom and measures 682 square feet. Cats and dogs allowed.
↑ San Marin Apartments, 3625 Duval Road, $1,449/month. A two-bedroom, two-bedroom apartment located in the Far North Austin technology corridor area, this unit measures 952 square feet and features 9-foot ceilings, custom flooring, walk-in closets, and resort-style amenities. Pets allowed, though breed restrictions may apply.
↑ 5002 Suburban Drive #A, $1,450/month. You get a 1,912 square feet for your money in this Far South Garrison Park three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom duplex with vinyl plank flooring, new paint, and stainless appliances. Listing doesn't mention pets.
↑ 5th Street Commons,1611 West Fifth Street, $1,447/month. A 588-square-foot studio apartment in the downtown-adjacent Clarksville section of Old West Austin features an open floor plan, wood flooring, designer lighting, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. Cats, large dogs, and small dogs allowed.