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Los Angeles rent comparison: What $2,100 rents you right now

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Apartments in the Cahuenga Pass, Historic Filipinotown, and more

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 rental listings within $100 of today's price: $2,100.

↑ This Pico-Robertson two-bedroom apartment is just a few blocks south of Pico and Robertson. The upper-floor corner unit has real hardwood floors throughout and new tile in the kitchen and the house’s one bathroom. The apartment also comes with one carport parking space. Rent is $2,200.

↑ This 510-square-foot Brentwood apartment is advertised as a one-bedroom, but it looks more like a bed-space since there’s no door separating the apartment from the place where sleep happens. It does come fully furnished and with a garage parking space. Rent is $2,000.

↑ A duplex unit in Historic Filipinotown, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment offers wood floors, in-unit laundry, and gated parking for two cars (for an additional $70 a month). The unit is summer-ready, too, with central air conditioning. Rent is $2,100.

↑ Plenty of room in this 1,000-square-foot one-bedroom in Koreatown. The building’s got a cute, Colonial look to it; inside, it’s got crown molding and wood floors. The bedroom has its own air conditioner and a ceiling fan. There’s also a garage parking space included. Rent is $2,000.

↑ Upstairs of a fourplex building in the Cahuenga Pass, this one-bedroom apartment has its own balcony, one parking spot, and a pet-friendly policy. Hardwood floors run throughout much of the unit and a cute, spacious kitchen. Rent is $2,195.