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: $2,300.
↑ The Spanish Colonial-style Villa Monterey building is pretty far up Beachwood Canyon and looks like something out of a dream. The one-bedroom for rent here has big living room with beamed ceilings, a decorative fireplace, and original hardwood floors (Douglas fir, in case you were wondering). The unit has a decent amount of closet space, a dishwasher in the kitchen, and on-site laundry facilities. Rent is $2,250.
↑ There are few details in the listing copy about this one-bedroom apartment in a Los Feliz building just south of Franklin on Normandie, but it’s in a good location (not far from Barnsdall Park and the shops on Vermont) and appears to be a bright unit with large windows, a smallish but well-appointed kitchen (there’s a dishwasher), and fairly high ceilings. Rent is $2,301.
↑ A Mid-Wilshire studio in the famed Spanish Revival-style Los Altos apartments—what luck! The 600-square-foot studio apartment has hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, central heating and air conditioning, a dishwasher, and each floor has its own laundry facilities. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the lobby is incredible. Rent is $2,350.
↑ This studio apartment in Hollywood is on Highland, just a couple blocks north of Melrose. The unit (the square footage isn’t listed) is on the second floor and has a remodeled kitchen and bathroom. “The rent includes everything, all utilities, internet, wifi and cable TV,” according to the listing. There’s only street parking. Rent is $2,400.
↑ This two-bedroom condo in Sherman Oaks has wood floors in most of the house (the master bedroom is carpeted), an in-unit washer and dryer, two bathrooms, and a large, galley-style kitchen. The condo also comes with two side-by-side parking spaces, plus additional parking for guests. Rent is $2,250.
- Curbed Comparisons [Curbed LA]