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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $2,100 rents you right now

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Apartments in Silver Lake, Valley Glen, Chinatown, and more

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. Our friends at Zumper have helped us out with five listings within $100 of today's price: $2,100.

↑ This studio over a three-car garage in Silver Lake has its own entrance and is newly remodeled. The 540-square-foot apartment has new laminate wood floors, countertops, and bathroom. The sleeping area has louver windows and a nice view. Walking distance to a new, more wallet-friendly Whole Foods, the apartment rents for $2,000.

↑ In Valley Glen, this pet-friendly two-bedroom apartment has central air conditioning, new hardwood floors, pool access, and parking for two. The recently updated apartment also has its own balcony, dishwasher, and access to a pool and on-site laundry. Rent is $2,050.

↑ This classic exterior of this Venice complex hides what the listing says is a "Newly Refinished Building." The one-bedroom apartment for rent here is an upper-level unit with hardwood floors and a modest kitchen with an empty, fridge-sized space. The unit looks well-maintained overall and is just four blocks from the beach. Rent is $2,095.

↑ Just off Sunset and Figueroa on the western end of Chinatown, this little two-bedroom house has a few cool, Craftsman touches inside, like the built-ins in the main front room. The kitchen’s been updated (though it’s not clear when) and there appears to be a washer and dryer in a back room, under a fair amount of miscellaneous supplies. Rent is $2,000.

↑ "Hollywood !!! Location ! Location !!" the listing for this one-bedroom Hollywood condo near Hollywood and La Brea boasts. The unit has its own private patio and a walk-in closet in the bedroom, plus a little galley kitchen. The complex has a pool and spa, too. Rent is $2,050.