9 Most Expensive Places to Rent In The U.S.

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6) Washington, DC

Washington is the place to go if you want to work in politics, but there’s more to DC than just the three government branches. The city is home to the iconic Smithsonian museums, unique art museums, and loads of historic monuments and memorials. There’s also plenty of greenspace, including the beautiful Tidal Basin and Potomac Park, which borders the scenic Potomac River. The city also has great nightlife in Georgetown, Capitol Hill, and DuPont Circle. Plus, Washington has an amazing up-and-coming food scene, with new restaurants opening weekly throughout the city. Unfortunately, a shortage of housing means that rent in Washington is climbing higher and higher. The median price for a one-bedroom apartment in Washington is $2,200. If you can afford it, though, you’ll find plenty love in the nation’s capital.

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