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: $1,450.
↑ Located a stone’s throw from the Gold Line’s Southwest Museum Station, this 700-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment in Highland Park is a lower unit with wood floors, ceiling fans, and parking. There’s also on-site laundry and a pet-friendly policy. Rent is $1,400.
↑ Located in Valley Village, this one-bedroom unit is about two miles from the NoHo Arts District and just four blocks from the Orange Line stop at Laurel Canyon Boulevard. The apartment has new wood floors, granite counters, and a balcony. Rent is $1,495.
↑ This studio in East Hollywood’s Thai Town has on-site laundry but only street parking. The unit has wood floors throughout, and though none of the features look new, they appear well-maintained. Rent is $1,495.
↑ This Echo Park one-bedroom has an updated kitchen and original hardwood floors. The bedroom has a wall-mounted air conditioning unit and the apartment comes with one parking space. Rent is $1,500.
↑ This Hollywood studio apartment, conveniently located about a half-mile from the entrance to Runyon Canyon Park, looks pretty compact. The living area has wood floors. The kitchen, which looks to have a fair amount of counter space and cabinet storage, has a little bar overlooking the rest of the place. The apartment comes with one garage parking spot and on-site laundry. Rent is $1,495.