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Los Angeles Rent Comparison: What $1,750 rents you in Los Angeles right now

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Valley Village, Virgil Village, Koreatown and more

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: $1,750.

↑ Colonial vibes, a bay window, and reserved parking: what more could a renter ask for? This Valley Village one-bedroom has all three and more. The 655-square-foot unit sports its original oak floors (restored) and some very cool wood detailing in the kitchen. Looks aside, the apartments also features on-site laundry and pet-friendly policies. Rent is $1,695.

↑ This 600-square-foot studio apartment is right by the intersection of Beverly and Pico in Pico-Robertson. Inside, there are new tile floors and bathroom fixtures. The unit has wall-mounted air conditioning and a dishwasher. Rent is $1,685.

↑ Details on this one-bedroom in East Hollywood’s Virgil Village neighborhood are basically non-existent, but what is known is that the apartment has a living room and galley kitchen, very new-looking fixtures and finishes, and a ceiling fan over the dining area. White walls and coved ceilings sum up the unit, visually. Rent is $1,850.

↑ Just a couple blocks from the Koreatown Galleria shopping center, this 750-square-foot one-bedroom apartment looks like a less-professionally photographed IKEA showroom, down to those wood countertops. The apartment has a roomy living room, a small balcony, and updated bathroom. Rent is $1,850.

↑ A handful of blocks west of Santa Monica Boulevard and the 405 in Sawtelle, this one-bedroom apartment has wood floors, it’s own modest balcony, and a walk-in closet. Though nothing looks brand-spanking-new here, nothing looks shabby either. Rent is $1,795.