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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $2,800 rents you in Los Angeles right now

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A view of Griffith Observatory, an apartment in a French chateau, 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: $2,800.

↑ Tucked into a very cool French Normandy chateau building in Windsor Square, this two-bedroom apartment offers nine-foot ceilings, arched doorways, hardwood floors, dramatic fireplace mantels, and crown molding. There is also underground parking. Rent is $2,750.

↑ Beyond its stunning view of the Griffith Observatory, this Los Feliz two-bedroom has a lot to offer: three levels, in-unit laundry machines, a rooftop deck, wood floors, newer-looking fixtures, and underground parking. Rent is $2,795.

↑ This ground-level unit in City West has a great, industrial chic look. The 880-square-foot loft apartment has two bathrooms, new stainless steel appliances, high ceilings, and a washer and dryer inside the apartment. Plus, it’s just over the freeway from Downtown. Rent is $2,890.

↑ A short walk away from Old Town Pasadena, this one-bedroom condo has a big open floor plan with a balcony, polished concrete floors, new appliances (stainless steel, of course), in-unit laundry, and recessed lights. The building is new; rent for the apartment is $2,795.

↑ Inside this adorable Craftsman duplex in Jefferson Park is the a newly renovated three-bedroom apartment up for rent. The upstairs unit holds a newly redone bathroom and a bright kitchen. Parking in a one car garage onsite is available, too. Rent is $2,700.