As happens every so often, looks like there's an opening in the Hollywood Heights apartment complex made famous by Robert Altman's classic postmodern noir The Long Goodbye. Located in the earliest of the four buildings erected around an Italianate-style elevator tower by architect Carl Kay, the 1936 Streamline Moderne studio comes with a key to the elevator and a terrace with views, but not a whole lot else. (Tellingly, the ad omits any mention of square footage, laundry facilities, or parking.) That said, the views are rather spectacular. Monthly rent for the wee unit is $1,600.
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