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What $2,150 a Month Rents You in Los Angeles Right Now

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Our friends at Zumper have helped us out with five pet-friendly listings within $100 of today's price: $2,150.

↑ Decked out with hardwood floors and crown moldings (both new), this one-bedroom condo in West LA also boasts a dishwasher, air conditioning, and basically brand new everything from the blinds to the shower tiles. The unit comes with covered parking and there's a laundry room on-site. Rent is $2,150.


↑ This two-bedroom a couple blocks away from Wattles Garden Park in Hollywood has been remodeled, but still has some the nice vintage touches, like crown molding and wainscoting. The kitchen has granite counters and the full bathroom has a standing shower and a tub. The unit comes with one parking space. Rent is $2,250.


↑ This two-bedroom in Studio City is "Surrounded by 1-2 million dollar homes," and it's not wrong to say that the unit is pretty much the modest townhouse equivalent of a mansion. It's got plenty of small luxuries, like in-unit laundry, a wet bar, and a dishwasher. (The fridge is not included, though.) At 1,069 square feet, it's got "good sized" bedrooms and a spacious-looking living room too. Rent is $2,195.


↑ This one-bedroom's right on the Sawtelle/Mar Vista line, both of which are cool places to be. The first-floor apartment has a patio, quartz counters, a dishwasher, and pool access, which is coming a little late in the game for a summer barbecue, but hopefully you'll stick around long enough to enjoy it next year. Rent is $2,200.


↑ This two-bedroom in Koreatown has been "Completely renovated" and has laminate floors. The best part of this spot, besides the space (1,000 square feet) is that there are two bathrooms, each with their own showers. Never have to walk the damp floors as the second showerer again! Rent is $2,150.

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