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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $2,050 rents you right now

A studio in Venice, a two-bedroom in NoHo

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: $2,050.

↑ This two-bedroom apartment in the NoHo Arts District neighborhood has its own private entrance, some wood floors, and ceiling fans. Those shiny appliances are new, and there’s new heater, too. The apartment offers carport parking and on-site laundry machines. Rent is $2,000.

↑ This Miracle Mile one-bedroom features built-ins, gleaming wood floors, and a decorative fireplace. The kitchen includes a dishwasher, and there’s parking in a “covered garage.” The apartment sits just north of Wilshire, a few blocks east of Fairfax, and rents for $1,995.

↑ Remodeled and measuring 919 square feet, this one-bedroom in Baldwin Hills faces one of the historic Village Green’s interior courtyards. The apartment boasts parquet floors, a private garage, an enclosed private patio, and access to on-site laundry. Rent is $2,100.

↑ Located on Fairfax about a block north of Santa Monica in West Hollywood, this upper level one-bedroom apartment has wood floors, fancy kitchen counters, and a WalkScore of 95. The apartment comes with one off-street parking spot and two permits to park on the street. Rent is $2,100.

↑ Located a block from the boardwalk, this studio apartment in Venice is certainly compact—it measures just 468 square feet. The kitchen looks a little tight but has a good amount of cabinet space. The building’s rooftop is open to tenants, which is a cool perk. Rent is $2,000.