↑ This second-floor two-bedroom apartment in East Hollywood has its original hardwood floors and bathroom tile from the 1920s. The rent-controlled unit has parking for two cars on site and about 1,100 square feet of living space. Rent is $2,000.
↑ This Valley Village two-bedroom is one of eight units in a complex off Burbank Boulevard. The apartment has wood floors, covered parking, and ceiling fans. It rents for $1,950.
↑ This petite, 550-square-foot one-bedroom in Koreatown certainly looks good from the outside, and the interior doesn’t disappoint. There’s a cute kitchen with newish-looking countertops, a living room with plenty of windows, and wood floors. Rent is $1,995.
↑ This spacious, 1,200-square-foot one-bedroom Hollywood apartment has pink tile in the bathroom, loads of counter space in the kitchen, a roomy living room, reserved parking, and on-site laundry. The building sits just east of La Brea, off Hollywood Boulevard, and the apartment rents for $2,000.
↑ The description of this Mid-City one-bedroom apartment is brief, but photos of the 625-square-foot spot show it has an open kitchen and living room area, what are likely laminate floors, and dual closets in the bedroom. The apartment, near Pico and Fairfax, rents for $1,850.
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- Curbed Comparisons [Curbed LA]