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: $2,300.
↑ This blast-from-the-past apartment in Koreatown offers two bedrooms and 1,300 square feet of space, plus charming vintage details like hardwood floors, ornate molding, and cute tile in the compact kitchen. The apartment comes with a parking spot in a one-car garage, and it rents for $2,350.
↑ Directly across the street from the Little Tokyo Galleria, this Arts District loft measures a comfortable 630 square feet. The apartment has concrete floors, large windows (with blackout shades), and in-unit laundry machines, plus a parking spot. It rents for $2,250.
↑ Here’s a freshly remodeled Mid-City two-bedroom apartment that features new laminate floors, cabinets, and quartz counter tops. The apartment comes with one assigned parking spot and rents for $2,200.
↑ This two-bedroom townhouse in Del Rey has 1.5 bathrooms, and that extra half bath sure does make a difference. The townhouse has updated flooring throughout, a bright kitchen with a dishwasher, and a rooftop patio. It also offers parking. The rent is $2,395.
↑ Tucked into a brightly remodeled Los Feliz apartment building, this one-bedroom apartment ticks off all the things on the modern apartment checklist, from the tile backsplash to the stainless steel appliances. The apartment, which is a stone’s throw from Thai Town, comes with parking and rents for $2,250.
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