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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $1,150 rents you right now

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Studios in Koreatown and Echo Park, a one-bedroom in Glendale, 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: $1,150.

↑ Located above two retail storefronts along Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park, this studio apartment has a remodeled kitchen, on-site parking, and includes the fridge and stove. There’s no parking, but, being right on Sunset, the apartment is very close to plenty of buses and is walking distance to tons of restaurants, bars, markets, and nightlife options. Rent is $1,225.

↑ This Pasadena apartment is advertised as a, "Bright one bedroom (more like a studio) apartment." At just under 500 square feet, it’s certainly compact. The unit is located just north of Old Town Pasadena and the 210 Freeway. The apartment has wood floors, double-paned windows, and includes one parking space. Rent is $1,150.

↑ Bright and relatively roomy-looking, this Koreatown studio has laminate floors, lots of kitchen counter space, and includes a stove and fridge. It doesn’t seem to have parking, which can be competitive in Ktown. But the apartment is just about five blocks south of the Wilshire/Western stop on Metro's Purple Line. Rent is $1,075.

↑ This freshly remodeled East Hollywood studio is about 400 square feet. It's between Normandie and the 101 Freeway, west of Los Angeles Community College. The unit has its own private entrance, a walk-in closet, and what looks to be an updated bathroom, but doesn’t have its own parking space. Rent in the cat-friendly unit is $1,250.

↑ This retro Glendale one-bedroom has a bit of room to spread out. The living room has two nice, big windows (though, not a very exciting view) and a wall-mounted air conditioning unit. The bedroom has storage in a modest closet and more in the cabinets in the hall. Rent is $1,250.