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What $1,500 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 listings within $100 of today's price: $1,500.

↑ An apartment right on Vermont in Los Feliz can be a blessing and a curse. It's a busy street and this studio is on the first floor, right by that hustle and bustle. But this unit's ready for that, with "newer" sound-reducing windows. The studio also has snazzy hardwood floors, granite counters, plus a fridge and a stove. Rent is $1,450.


↑ This one bedroomapartment in Hollywood near Sunset and Wilcox is a ground-level unit, and, once you get past those bars on the bedroom windows, is pretty nice inside. New counters (granite), stainless steel appliances (fridge!!), wood floors, and a wall mounted air conditioner that's at least new. There's parking and laundry on-site. Rent is $1,500.


↑ There are only three other units in this little fourplex in Mid-City besides the one-bedroom so intently up for rent here (see the "For Rent" sign visibly hanging on the window). The ground-floor apartment has in-unit laundry facilities (not pictured), a parking space, a fridge, and new tile in the bathroom. There appears to be plenty of closet storage throughout the house. Rent is $1,600.


↑ We see that fourplex and raise it a sixplex, which is probably not a word anyone uses. This two-bedroom apartment shares the complex with five other units and sits right along Eagle Rock Boulevard. "Eagle Rock is rapidly changing with many cute and new spots to hang out," so hurry up. The apartment has its original hardwood floors, a big kitchen, one parking space, wall-mounted air-conditioning, and on-site laundry. It's BYOFridge though. Rent is $1,600.


↑ "Impressive New Kitchen," huh? It'd leave a much better impression if it had a fridge in the pictures. Still, this one-bedroom in Pico-Robertson has hardwood floors, on-site laundry, ceiling fans, and spacious rooms. Not bad. One parking space is part of the deal, too, and the landlords will accept one cat. Rent is $1,595.

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