DC Apartment Deal of the Day | 2BR in Woodley Park
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We’re all about scoring a good deal here at Apartminty. While we love perusing the top-of-the-line luxury apartments in DC, we also understand, sometimes an affordable rent is the better option. Either way, instead of wasting your days searching for Washington, DC apartments on Craigslist and property management company listing sites, we are delivering our choice of the best apartments to rent in DC right now. Here’s our pick for the best Washington, DC studio apartment for rent today in Woodley Park. Want more information on moving to DC? Check out Apartminty’s Ultimate Guide to Moving to Washington, DC.
2800 Woodley Road, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Studio, 1 Bathroom
Unit #: 203
481 Sq Ft
Why it’s a great deal:
All utilities are included, and the building is 3 blocks from the Woodley Park metro! Plus..for those random warm weather days we’ve been having, the rooftop deck is open year round!
Residents at 2800 Woodley love the location and staff. Here’s a few comments from residents:
“The entire experience of renting, moving into, and living in 2800 Woodley has been wonderful. The building is beautifully maintained and expertly managed. The front desk staff is wonderful and makes it feel like home. Little perks like the concierge dry cleaning make the apartment an even greater value. Location is great one block off the metro. The parking garage and storage spaces are clean, safe, and affordable. Overall the value of this apartment and the quality of the management company are way above average for DC.”
“The management and staff here went above and beyond to accommodate me and to make the process easier. I’m very happy with my choice. Everyone is friendly and there is a real sense of community about the place.”
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