The most expensive and cheapest neighborhoods in Washington D.C.

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How much does it cost to rent an apartment in the most expensive and cheapest neighborhoods of Washington D.C. in 2019? In the most expensive neighborhoods, the average rental prices for one-bedroom apartments range from $ 2,150 to $ 2,900 per month. The most expensive neighborhoods of the city include: Georgetown, Logan Circle, Mount Vernon Square, Mount Vernon Square, Barnaby Woods, Shaw, Downtown, Adams Morgan, Kalorama, Friendship Heights. In the cheapest neighborhoods, the average rental prices for one-bedroom apartments range from $ 1,000 to $ 1,650 per month. Cheap neighborhoods of the city include: Deanwood, Anacostia, Fort Totten, Takoma Park, Brookland, Brightwood, Brentwood, LeDroit Park, Glover Park, Chevy Chase, The Palisades.

The most expensive neighborhoods in Washington D.C. in 2019

List of the most expensive neighborhoods in Washington D.C. in 2019Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment (April 2019)
1. Georgetown$2,860
2. Logan Circle$2,450
3. Mount Vernon Square$2,360
4. Mount Vernon Square$2,320
5. Barnaby Woods $2,300
6. Shaw $2,300
7. Downtown $2,250
8. Adams Morgan $2,250
9. Kalorama$2,210
10. Friendship Heights$2,150

Cheapest neighborhoods in Washington D.C. in 2019

List of cheapest neighborhoods in Washington D.C. in 2019Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment (April 2019)
1. Deanwood$1,000
2. Anacostia$1,080
3. Fort Totten$1,200
4. Takoma Park$1,275
5. Brookland$1,500
6. Brightwood$1,550
7. Brentwood$1,620
8. LeDroit Park$1,625
9. Glover Park$1,630
10. Chevy Chase$1,650
11. The Palisades $1,650

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