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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $1,700 rents you in LA right now

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Which would you choose?

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. We've found five listings within $100 of today's price: $1,700.

↑ This Koreatown building has incredible curb appeal, and it’s not bad on the inside, either. The one-bedroom apartment up for rent boasts a dishwasher, maple cabinets, and loads of closet space. There’s on-site laundry but only street parking. Rent is $1,725.

↑ This one-bedroom apartment in a lovely, little courtyard complex in Historic Filipinotown has just been remodeled. It has hardwood floors, a relatively roomy kitchen, and built-ins. It looks like street-parking only. Rent is $1,600.

↑ Just about a 10-minute walk from San Pedro’s Point Fermin Park and its lovely coastline views, this one-bedroom apartment in a great-looking vintage building. Hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, space for a living room and a dining room—this 1,100-square-foot place has a lot to offer. There’s a shared backyard and a pet-friendly policy (small pets), but only street parking. Rent is $1,800.

↑ "Half Block to the Beach!" proclaims the listing for this Venice one-bedroom in a detached cottage. The space has wood paneling and a lofted living area with a skylight. The kitchen is compact but appears to include a fridge and stove. Rent is $1,695.

↑ This Franklin Village-adjacent one-bedroom apartment in Hollywood, near Wilton and Franklin, has a very cute, cabin-like feel. There’s a brick fireplace, exposed beams, and "more closet space than you'll know what to do with" (two wall-length closets and a walk-in). The apartment includes one parking space. Rent is $1,600.