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: $1,100.
↑ The Breakers on the Lake, 1500 East Riverside Drive, one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, $1,100/month: Location is a selling point for this 603-square-foot home; it’s on three East Riverside acres overlooking Lady Bird Lake. Cats, small dogs, and large dogs are all welcome for extra deposits and rent.
↑ 6910 Hart Lane Apt. 412, one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo, $1,025/month: An open-plan, 655-square-foot Northwest Hills unit in a one-story complex. Cats, small dogs, and large dogs are all welcome.
↑ 1114 West 22nd Street, studio one-bathroom garage apartment, $1,025/month: Remodeled with washer/dryer, this 2,166-square-foot West University studio is convenient to UT and seems oriented to congenial students. Backyard can be shared with main house. Pets are not mentioned.
↑ 2501 South Sixth Street, one-bedroom, one-bathroom house, $1,050/month: This 500-square-foot home in the South Lamar area has wood-style flooring, open kitchen/living, office space, and a yard. No pets.
↑ Hidden Gardens, 5606 North Lamar Boulevard, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, $1,000/month: The listing for this Crestview apartment doesn’t include square footage or pet information (or photos of the apartment itself), but it notes that it’s newly upgraded, beautifully landscaped, and conveniently central