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Los Angeles Rent Comparison: What $2,700 Gets You

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Apartments in Silver Lake, Cahuenga Pass, and more

↑ Right on Glendale Boulevard in Silver Lake, this one-bedroom comes furnished and boasts an in-unit washer and dryer. There's also access to a communal backyard space and a private garage with a remote opener. The unit has wood floors and brand new plumbing. It rents for $2,650.

↑ This is technically a one-bedroom apartment, but it's much bigger than your average one-bedroom. The 1,060-square-foot space in South Pasadena is about a block away from the Gold Line Station and therefore super close to the neighborhood's modest main drag. The apartment has air conditioning, fancy kitchen counters, and one full bathroom. Rent is $2,750.

↑ This Cahuenga Pass one-bedroom comes with two full bathrooms, an "extra large" master bedroom, and a balcony. The complex has a pool, tennis courts, and gated parking in an underground garage. Rent is $2,795.

↑ This newer apartment in Valley Village has two bedrooms, three bathrooms (two full; one powder room), and a ton of counter space in the relatively spacious kitchen. The residence has in-unit laundry and a laundry room, and an attached two-car garage. Rent is $2,795.

↑ This two-bedroom spot in Palms is three floors up and has wood floors, a balcony, a fireplace, and a dishwasher; there are also two reserved parking spots. The apartment is about a block away from the soon-to-open Palms station on the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica. Rent is $2,595.