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Curbed Comparisons: Which Renovated Apartment Would You Rent?

From a unit in the Hinderers Ironworks building to shotgun in the Bywater

This hot pink Bywater double shotgun (there is a separate unit on each side) spared no expense during its most recent renovation. Highlights include refinished hardwood floors, marble kitchen counters, and brand new appliances. The backyard is big but needs work, so perhaps you can take a renovation of your own on. The 1-bed, 1.5-bath home clocks in at 900 square feet and is asking $1,250/month. Cats are OK, dogs are not; there’s laundry in the unit; parking isn’t included.

This 2-bed, 2-bath unit is in the historic Hinderers Ironworks building in the Lower Garden District. It’s been fully renovated, and has bells and whistles like travertine in the master bathroom. It’s asking $2,580/month. Pets are allowed; parking isn't included; laundry’s in the unit.

If you want to pay big bucks to live in a gorgeous Victorian in a super hot Uptown location, this is your spot. The 2-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,100-square-foot abode is asking a whooping $5,000 per month. This place screams luxury: it’s fully furnished and has designer furnishings and original art. The rear courtyard has a sunken hot tub and outdoor shower. There’s laundry in the house; there’s no mention of pets; and no parking’s included.

Want to live in the thick of it? This French Quarter 2-bedroom apartment is 1,265 square feet and wants $2,400/month. The good news is it’s on the third floor and in the back of the building, so the loudness from the street will likely not make it all the way to the apartment. No pets, parking, or laundry.

And finally, for $2,000/month you can have a very fancy 500 square foot studio in the Central Business District. Per the listing, the "fully furnished flawlessly renovated condo" has french doors that walk out onto the courtyard and pool area. Pets are allowed; parking is included; there’s laundry in the unit.