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Los Angeles Rent Comparison: What $2,050 rents you in LA right now

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A Downtown loft, a one-bedroom in Echo Park, 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: $2,050.

↑ With a wide porch and cute bungalow style, this one-bedroom in Echo Park has some serious curb appeal. It’s just as appealing inside, too: big windows, wood floors, and an open, updated kitchen. It doesn’t seem to come with parking, but it’s walking distance to Sunset Boulevard and Echo Park Lake, so maybe that car can stay put. Rent is $2,150.

↑ Not far from the border with Santa Monica, this Sawtelle one-bedroom has been “completely renovated throughout.” The unit has high ceilings, a slim balcony, new kitchen cabinets, and one parking spot. The complex has on-site laundry facilities, too. Rent is $2,050.

↑ This high-ceilinged one-bedroom in Studio City has a lot of new features to offer its next occupant, from new laminate floors to new counters and appliances in the kitchen. The 813-square-foot apartment comes with two parking spaces and is conveniently located on the same floor as the laundry room. Rent is $2,150.

↑ In the 1925 building that also houses restaurant Industriel, this 620-square-foot Financial District loft has cool views from its many windows, a contemporary kitchen with a tile backsplash, and access to a sweet rooftop lounge. Rent is $2,105.

↑ The details on this Pico-Robertson one-bedroom are very slim, but photos show a relatively bright unit with wood floors (likely laminate), a galley kitchen with a dishwasher, recessed lighting in the living room, and a large closet in the bedroom. Located a few blocks away from Robertson and Olympic, the apartment rents for $1,989.