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Average Rent in Washington, DC

Avg. RentAnnual Change
Washington Studio - $2,025-1%
Washington 1 Bed - $2,455-1%
Washington 2 Beds - $3,332-4%
Last updated 6/22/2024

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Local Reviews

My favorite place to live is near the river. I like to go fishing with my family. It's also within walking distance of my favorite restaurant

Large community, High Green, good community management, Life is easyomplete life support, complete community equipment.. Garden-style residential area, the environment is very beautiful

It is alive and vibrant. So much to do and see in walkable area that's diverse

Demographics

Education

High School

18%

Associate's

7%

Bachelor's

40%

Master's

32%

Doctorate

4%

Family Size

2 people

69%

3 people

9%

4 people

10%

5 people

4%

6+ people

8%

Household Income

0-50k

16%

50-100k

20%

100-150k

22%

150-200k

16%

200k+

26%

Age

0-10

5%

10-20

1%

20-45

66%

45-65

20%

65+

8%

Affordability

Percentage: 5/55/5

Renters gave this area a 5 out of 5 for affordability

Last updated 6/22/2024

*The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

Rent Trends

Average rent in Logan Circle Historic District, Washington, DC

In Washington, DC, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $2,025 to $3,332. Specifically, the average rent for a studio apartment in Logan Circle Historic District, Washington, DC is $2,025. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $2,455. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $3,332.

Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

Studio

-1%

Changed from $2,045 to $2,025
1 Bed

-1%

Changed from $2,480 to $2,455
2 Beds

-4%

Changed from $3,471 to $3,332
Last updated 6/22/2024

Cost of Living

Compared to State Average

0.3%

Compared to National Average

1.9%

The cost of living in Logan Circle Historic District, Washington, DC is 0.3% higher than the state average and 1.9% higher than the national average. Logan Circle Historic District, Washington, DC housing is 2.3% less expensive than the U.S average, while utilities are about 8.6% more pricey. When it comes to basic necessities such as food and clothing, groceries are around 2.5% more in Logan Circle Historic District, Washington, DC than in the rest of the country.

Healthcare services such as doctor check-ups and dentistry cost 7% less here compared to the U.S. average.
Cost of Living in Logan Circle Historic District, Washington, DCCompared to State AverageCompared to National Average
Housing
2.8%
2.3%
Utilities
3.3%
8.6%
Food
1.8%
2.5%
Transportation
0%
7.6%
Healthcare
0%
7%

Compare Other Cities

CityStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
Fredericksburg$2,643+1%
Manassas$2,637+9%
Herndon$2,409+35%
Arlington$2,117+4%
Fairfax$2,044+3%
Washington$2,025-1%
Frederick$1,951-8%
Columbia$1,7990%
Alexandria$1,778-7%
Silver Spring$1,732+8%
Germantown$1,7090%
Towson$1,680+8%
Gaithersburg$1,679-13%
Owings Mills$1,605+4%
Woodbridge$1,5450%
Glen Burnie$1,526-6%
Baltimore$1,461-7%
Laurel$1,411-17%
City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
Arlington$2,512+4%
Washington$2,455-1%
Reston$2,260+5%
Fairfax$2,1570%
Herndon$2,132+10%
Manassas$2,061+12%
Gaithersburg$2,057-6%
Alexandria$2,0470%
Silver Spring$2,000+3%
Waldorf$1,950-11%
Frederick$1,948+11%
Columbia$1,922+13%
Laurel$1,876+11%
Stafford$1,862+8%
Towson$1,853+4%
Woodbridge$1,826+1%
Owings Mills$1,749+2%
Germantown$1,644-12%
Fredericksburg$1,587+7%
Glen Burnie$1,474+1%
Baltimore$1,451+5%
Bowie$1,370-2%
City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
Arlington$3,490+4%
Washington$3,332-4%
Reston$2,951+15%
Fairfax$2,737+5%
Ashburn$2,689+5%
Herndon$2,659+28%
Alexandria$2,598+6%
Waldorf$2,500-6%
Gaithersburg$2,389-11%
Laurel$2,377+14%
Manassas$2,333+16%
Towson$2,327+3%
Silver Spring$2,309+2%
Frederick$2,217+9%
Woodbridge$2,189+5%
Columbia$2,113+12%
Owings Mills$2,095-1%
Germantown$2,0010%
Bowie$1,767+7%
Glen Burnie$1,767+1%
Baltimore$1,670+2%
Fredericksburg$1,599-12%
Stafford$1,400-22%

Compare Neighborhoods

Marshall Heights

$1,131

1 Bed Avg. Rent

Washington Highlands

$1,199

1 Bed Avg. Rent

Fort Dupont

$1,211

1 Bed Avg. Rent

What are the most affordable neighborhoods in Washington, DC?

For renters in Washington seeking more affordable options, the neighborhoods to watch are Marshall Heights, Washington Highlands, and Fort Dupont, where average rents for 1-bedroom apartments stand at $1,131, $1,199, and $1,211 respectively. Additional areas offering value are Lincoln Heights and Bellevue, where the rents are $1,249 and $1,320, a favorable comparison to Washington's overall 1-bedroom average of $2,455.

What are the most expensive neighborhoods in Washington, DC?

In Washington, the neighborhoods commanding the highest rents are West Village, Georgetown, and East Village. A 1-bedroom apartment in West Village averages at $6,000, in Georgetown it averages $5,000, and in East Village, the average is $3,200. For additional high-end living options, U-Street offers 1-bedroom apartments at $3,000, and Dupont Circle at $2,995. These rates compare to the overall average rent of $2,455 for a 1-bedroom apartment in Washington, highlighting the premium nature of these specific neighborhoods.

What are the most popular neighborhoods in Washington, DC?

In Washington, the most sought-after neighborhoods for renters include Southwest - Waterfront, Bloomingdale, and Eckington. In Southwest - Waterfront, the average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment is $2,250. Bloomingdale sees average rents of $1,500 for a 1-bedroom unit. Eckington offers similar appeal with 1-bedroom apartments averaging $2,137. For those seeking other popular areas, Near Northeast presents 1-bedroom apartments at $2,039, and Logan Circle - Shaw at $2,755. These prices are set against the backdrop of the city-wide average of $2,455 for a 1-bedroom apartment in Washington, underscoring the popularity of these particular neighborhoods.

NeighborhoodStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
McNair$2,459+40%
Foggy Bottom$2,390+22%
Dupont Circle$2,271-2%
Logan Circle - Shaw$2,225+9%
West Village$2,095--
U-Street$2,074-3%
Northwest Washington$2,0500%
NoMa$2,012-1%
H Street-NoMa$2,012-1%
Park View$2,000--
Pleasant Plains$2,000--
Carver - Langston$2,000-1%
Fair Oaks$1,969-1%
Northeast Washington$1,954-3%
West Falls Church$1,923--
Columbia Heights$1,895+4%
Southeast Washington$1,875-11%
Capitol Hill$1,862+1%
Stanton Park$1,8500%
Southwest - Waterfront$1,825-8%
Southwest Washington$1,825-8%
Near Northeast$1,785-8%
Eckington$1,730--
Glover Park$1,600+31%
Petworth$1,5800%
Trinidad$1,513--
Fort Totten - Riggs Park$1,395--
Fort Totten$1,395--
Georgetown$1,393+1%
East Village$1,393+1%
Brightwood$1,340-29%
16th Street Heights - Crestwood - Brightwood Park$1,313--
Brightwood Park$1,313--
Ivy City$1,263--
Anacostia$1,250--
Fort Dupont$1,099--
Bellevue$9600%
Neabsco$724-65%
Neighborhood1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
East Village$3,200-18%
U-Street$3,000+12%
Dupont Circle$2,995-14%
Truxton Circle$2,850+23%
Columbia Heights$2,774+9%
Logan Circle - Shaw$2,755+7%
Ivy City$2,717-9%
Carver - Langston$2,700+11%
Foggy Bottom$2,683+2%
Northwest Washington$2,605+2%
NoMa$2,4540%
H Street-NoMa$2,4540%
Kingman Park$2,400-4%
Capitol Hill$2,395+2%
Northeast Washington$2,312-5%
Stanton Park$2,3000%
Park View$2,300+15%
Southwest - Waterfront$2,250-1%
Southwest Washington$2,250-1%
Fair Oaks$2,165+1%
Eckington$2,137-22%
McNair$2,113+9%
Near Northeast$2,039-12%
Glover Park$2,006+10%
Hill East$2,000-24%
West Falls Church$1,975+10%
Holmead Manor$1,950-7%
16th Street Heights - Crestwood - Brightwood Park$1,950+15%
Brightwood Park$1,950+15%
Petworth$1,9300%
Cherry Hill$1,875+7%
Neabsco$1,813+1%
Rippon Landing$1,813+1%
Brentwood$1,800--
Fort Totten$1,773+5%
Brightwood$1,725--
Villages of Marlborough$1,700--
Trinidad$1,675+5%
Fort Totten - Riggs Park$1,672+12%
Pleasant Plains$1,599-29%
Anacostia$1,511+5%
Bloomingdale$1,500-43%
Southeast Washington$1,480-45%
Bellevue$1,320+15%
Lincoln Heights$1,249-6%
Fort Dupont$1,211+4%
Washington Highlands$1,199+26%
Marshall Heights$1,1310%
Neighborhood2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
Foggy Bottom$4,500+131%
Logan Circle - Shaw$3,831-7%
Georgetown$3,750-1%
Ivy City$3,743-5%
Northwest Washington$3,716+1%
U-Street$3,700-6%
Stanton Park$3,5000%
West Village$3,500-22%
Columbia Heights$3,400+10%
NoMa$3,3520%
H Street-NoMa$3,3520%
Park View$3,250+10%
Northeast Washington$3,212-2%
Capitol Hill$3,175+2%
Southwest - Waterfront$3,175-2%
Southwest Washington$3,175-10%
Hill East$3,100+9%
Eckington$3,091--
Pleasant Plains$2,800-15%
Brightwood$2,800--
Near Northeast$2,790-1%
Fair Oaks$2,764+6%
Brentwood$2,695--
McNair$2,690+50%
16th Street Heights - Crestwood - Brightwood Park$2,625+5%
Brightwood Park$2,625+5%
Glover Park$2,619-10%
Petworth$2,565+5%
Holmead Manor$2,500--
Carver - Langston$2,500-31%
West Falls Church$2,340+10%
Villages of Marlborough$2,250+15%
Truxton Circle$2,200-56%
Kingman Park$2,199--
Bloomingdale$2,190+15%
Neabsco$2,188+5%
Rippon Landing$2,188+5%
Fort Totten$2,024+1%
Cherry Hill$1,910+9%
Trinidad$1,900-24%
Anacostia$1,850+13%
Fort Totten - Riggs Park$1,7880%
Marshall Heights$1,775+20%
Southeast Washington$1,617-5%
Lincoln Heights$1,613-1%
Fort Dupont$1,428+2%
Bellevue$1,383-1%
Washington Highlands$1,350+20%

Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

16%

15-30 Mins

50%

30-40 Mins

17%

40-60 Mins

13%

60+ Mins

4%

Area Amenities

Top Score

Restaurants

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

The restaurant scene here is really cooking with gas.

  1. Few restaurants per resident
  2. 54% more restaurants than average
  3. 70% more restaurants than areas of a similar size

Coffee

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Things are heating up. Logan Circle Historic District Washington gets a solid score for coffee.

  1. Few coffee shops per resident
  2. 61% more coffee shops than average
  3. 80% more coffee shops than areas of a similar size

Nightlife

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Happy hour starts at six around here.

  1. Few bars and clubs per resident
  2. An average number of bars and clubs
  3. A standard number of bars and clubs compared to areas of a similar size

Theaters

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

It's a pretty good scene for movie buffs and theater lovers.

  1. A high number of theaters per resident
  2. 82% more theaters than average
  3. 73% more theaters than areas of a similar size

Fine Arts

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Logan Circle Historic District Washington has the right frame of mind for art.

  1. Few fine art centers per resident
  2. 83% more fine art centers than average
  3. 60% more fine art centers than areas of a similar size

Medical Care

2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Healthcare in Logan Circle Historic District Washington doesn't tip the scales.

  1. Few medical facilities per resident
  2. 26% fewer medical facilities than average
  3. 20% more medical facilities than areas of a similar size

Parks

2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Not too many park perks in Logan Circle Historic District Washington.

  1. Few parks per resident
  2. An average number of parks
  3. A standard number of parks compared to areas of a similar size

Health and Fitness

2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

You'll have to workout somewhere else to keep fit.

  1. Few gyms per resident
  2. An average number of gyms
  3. A standard number of gyms compared to areas of a similar size

Childcare

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Calling all caregivers: childcare options around here are a bit scarce.

  1. Few daycares per resident
  2. 20% more daycares than average
  3. 7% more daycares than areas of a similar size

Gas Stations

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Fasten your seat belt, it's a long way to get gas.

  1. Few gas stations per resident
  2. 40% more gas stations than average
  3. 47% more gas stations than areas of a similar size

Grocery Stores

1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Got a hunch you'll be dialing for lunch.

  1. Few grocery stores per resident
  2. An average number of grocery stores
  3. A standard number of grocery stores compared to areas of a similar size

Pet Services

1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Pets may want to go elsewhere for their fur-ever home.

  1. Few pet facilities per resident
  2. An average number of pet facilities
  3. A standard number of pet facilities compared to areas of a similar size

Amusement Parks

1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Logan Circle Historic District Washington's amusement parks won't turn a frown upside down.

  1. Few amusement parks per resident
  2. An average number of amusement parks
  3. A standard number of amusement parks compared to areas of a similar size

Schools

Percentage: 2/52/5

School Score

How satisfied do renters feel with the schools in this area.

Top Schools in Logan Circle Historic District Washington

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Find Townhouses in Nearby Cities

City1 Bed Price2 Beds Price
Washington, DC 1.2 miles$2,455$3,332
Shaw, DC 0.5 miles------
Arlington, VA 3.2 miles$2,512$3,490
Alexandria, VA 7.3 miles$2,047$2,598
Silver Spring, MD 5.6 miles$2,000$2,309
Fairfax, VA 15.5 miles$2,157$2,737
Woodbridge, VA 21 miles$1,826$2,189
Bowie, MD 15.1 miles$1,370$1,767
Rosslyn, VA 2.5 miles------
Falls Church, VA 7.8 miles$1,900$2,365

Find Townhouses in Nearby Neighborhoods

Neighborhood1 Bed Price2 Beds Price
Downtown 0.5 miles$2,820$4,366
Logan Circle - Shaw 0.4 miles$2,755$3,831
Columbia Heights 1.4 miles$2,774$3,400
Dupont Circle 0.6 miles$2,995$5,531
Bloomingdale 1.2 miles$1,500$2,190
Georgetown 1.9 miles$5,000$3,750
Eckington 1.6 miles$2,137$3,091
Park View 1.6 miles$2,300$3,250
Pleasant Plains 1.4 miles$1,599$2,800
Foggy Bottom 1.5 miles$2,683$4,500