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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $2,250 rents you right now

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From Westchester to Skidrokyo

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: $2,250.

↑ This lovely Fairfax one-bedroom is more than just a pretty face and a cool decorative fireplace. In addition to an in-unit washer and dryer, the apartment has one and a half bathrooms. And a half! The unit is on the ground floor of a fourplex near Fairfax and Beverly. It rents for $2,300.

↑ This Downtown loft in what some locals call Skidrokyo—where Skid Row meets Little Tokyo, naturally—measures about 980 square feet and has new hardwood floors. The apartment has its original, industrial windows but central air, so tenants never get that hot warehouse feeling. The apartment comes with two parking spaces and in-unit stacked laundry machines. Rent is $2,350.

↑ This remodeled two-bedroom in Hancock Park has laminate wood floors, a new kitchen with granite counters, and hookups for a washer and dryer. It also has two bathrooms. The apartment rents for $2,350.

↑ This roomy Westchester condo has two bedrooms and measures about 1,000 square feet. (Don't roll your eyes at Westchester—it's in-demand these days.) The apartment has in-unit laundry, a balcony, and two updated bathrooms. A corner unit, it also comes with central air conditioning and access to the community pool and spa. Rent is $2,350.

↑ Located in the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip (near Fairfax and Hollywood Boulevard), this one-bedroom looks a bit like a rich grandma lived here, but what's wrong with that? The top-floor apartment has a spacious balcony, a separate kitchen, and balcony access off the lone bedroom. The bathroom has older, but apparently well-maintained fixtures. The unit also includes two side-by-side parking spaces. It rents for $2,350.