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What $2,100 rents you in LA right now

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A spot in a French-Normandy-style building in Mid-Wilshire or a two-story cottage in Hollywood

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. We've found five rentals within $100 of today’s price, $2,100.

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This one-bedroom in Los Feliz sits just south of Franklin, near Normandie. Newly remodeled, it comes with parking, stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher), quartz counters, and in-unit laundry machines. It rents for $2,095.

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Just south of the the 110 Freeway and Highland Park, this remodeled one-bedroom condo in Montecito Heights features new floors, light fixtures, and appliances. The condo holds one bathroom and in-unit laundry machines. It also comes with two tandem parking spots and rents for $2,150.

One of four units in this Mid-Wilshire French Normandy-inspired building, the one-bedroom up for rent here measures roughly 1,000 square feet and boasts lovely moldings, arched doorways, wood floors, and a handful of other 1930s-era details. The apartment contains laundry machines and comes with a parking space. Rent is $2,200.

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On the southern end of Koreatown, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom offers new hardwood floors, on-site laundry, and one parking space off the street—a sanity-saving perk in this neighborhood, where the parking crunch is especially painful. Rent is $2,000.

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↑ Well, would you look at that! This Hollywood cottage is slim but two stories. The one-bedroom unit has no shared walls with other tenants, and has been outfitted with laminate wood floors, fancy counter tops, and a dishwasher. It includes a parking space and rents for $2,200.


Which apartment around $2,100 would you rent?

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  • 29%
    Los Feliz
    (322 votes)
  • 18%
    Montecito Heights
    (201 votes)
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