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Los Angeles Curbed Comparisons: What $2,100 rents you in Los Angeles

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A bungalow in Hollywood, a Craftsman-style place in Montecito Heights

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 the latest median rental price for a one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles ($2,090), which we rounded up to $2,100.

↑ Who hasn’t dreamed of renting in one of those adorable Hollywood bungalow courts? Live that dream: This recently renovated one-bedroom apartment near Fountain Avenue and LaBrea has an updated kitchen, wood floors, and laundry on-site. It rents for $2,100.

↑ Though there are no photos of the front of the building, the interiors of this two-bedroom in Montecito Heights are enough to get our attention. Located around the corner from the Heritage Square Museum and its cool old Victorian homes, the apartment has cool Craftsman details and a private backyard. It rents for $2,195.

↑ This two-bedroom apartment in a North Hollywood triplex was renovated in the last three years. The unit near the NoHo Arts District appears to have wood floors, wall-mounted air-conditioning, and a little landing by the front door. The apartment rents for $2,200.

↑ Located by the Hollywood Bowl, in Hollywood Heights, this one-bedroom apartment is tucked into an interesting brick complex with Spanish-Moorish vibes. The unit has a spacious deck, exposed wood beams, and a working fireplace. It rents for $2,095.

↑ This two-bedroom apartment in Koreatown has a renovated kitchen, two bathrooms, and in-unit laundry. Parking is included in the rent, which is $2,195.

Poll

Which of these apartments around $2,100 would you rent?

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  • 12%
    Hollywood
    (245 votes)
  • 12%
    Montecito Heights
    (236 votes)
  • 3%
    North Hollywood
    (75 votes)
  • 40%
    Hollywood Heights
    (790 votes)
  • 31%
    Koreatown
    (620 votes)
1966 votes total Vote Now