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Los Angeles Curbed Comparisons: What $1,500 rents you right now

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A small, one-bedroom near the coast in San Pedro is one option

↑ This Koreatown one-bedroom has a communal pool, a cozy kitchen (bring your own fridge, from the looks of it), and an ample amount of storage space. It rents for $1,595.

↑ Right in the Occidental College-adjacent corner of Eagle Rock near Highland Park, this one-bedroom guest house has that yellow door, an office space, and newish fixtures. The unit comes with tile floors and wall-mounted air conditioning. It rents for $1,600.

↑ Located appropriately on Anchovy Avenue in San Pedro, this petite 467-square-foot one-bedroom apartment is about a mile away from the coast, so it probably gets lots of cool ocean breezes. The unit has laminate wood flooring in most spaces of the house, and access to the complex’s pool and roof deck. Rent is $1,495.

↑ The Universal City Red Line stop is less than a half mile up the street from this North Hollywood one-bedroom—nice perk! Other great features here include the bright and spacious kitchen (with stove, fridge, and dishwasher), the off-street parking spot, and the on-site laundry. The bedroom has a ceiling fan to keep cool during those warm Valley summers. Rent is $1,600.

↑ This Miracle Mile one-bedroom is in the back of a 12-unit complex. It has new carpet, and it comes with a fridge and stove. There’s also on-site laundry but no mention of parking. Rent is $1,500.

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Which apartment would you rent?

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  • 12%
    Koreatown
    (157 votes)
  • 23%
    Eagle Rock
    (282 votes)
  • 8%
    San Pedro
    (100 votes)
  • 30%
    Studio City
    (366 votes)
  • 25%
    Miracle Mile
    (310 votes)
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