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LA apartment rentals: What $1,450 rents you right now

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A beachy condo or a cute bungalow in Northeast LA

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 today’s price: $1,450.

↑ This Fairfax studio apartment measures just 360 square feet, but it packs a lot of character into that precious space. Newly renovated, the unit features built-ins, hardwood floors, new cabinets, and quartz countertops. The space rents for $1,525.

↑ Located in Highland Park’s Garvanza neighborhood, this one-bedroom bungalow measures about 400 square feet and has a new kitchen and bathroom. The unit has off-street parking “available” (for extra money?) and central air conditioning. Rent is $1,550.

↑ This freeway-close, one-bedroom apartment in East Hollywood has ceiling fans in every room, wood floors, and an ample kitchen. The building offers covered parking and on-site laundry, too. Rent is $1,450.

↑ Situated on a Mid-City cul-de-sac, this one-bedroom apartment is one of just four in its complex. The apartment has vintage-looking tile in the kitchen, lovely molding, and carpeted floors in much of the unit. It rents for $1,475.

↑ This newly renovated one-bedroom condo is located in “the East Village Arts District” of Long Beach. The residence is a few blocks from the waterfront, and it has windows on both sides of the unit, allowing for “the wonderful ocean breeze to flow through.” There’s a lot of tile and granite here, keeping things extra cool. Rent is $1,500.


Which apartment would you rent for around $1,450?

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  • 23%
    (323 votes)
  • 31%
    (428 votes)
  • 8%
    East Hollywood
    (123 votes)
  • 6%
    (96 votes)
  • 29%
    Long Beach
    (406 votes)
1376 votes total Vote Now