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. Vote for your favorite below.
This one-bedroom in a Culver City duplex is just off Culver Boulevard and close to the neighborhood’s busy downtown. The petite, 400-square-foot unit has been recently renovated, and offers hardwood floors, a parking spot, a private front and back yard, and laundry machines that are shared with the other half of the duplex. It rents for $2,350.
Over in Los Feliz, this bright one-bedroom apartment holds hardwood floors, built-in shelves, a vintage-inspired bathroom, and a parking space. The apartment in a walkable location too—on Vermont Avenue, right in the middle of restaurants and restaurants. It rents for $2,350.
This two-bedroom North Hollywood townhouse sports some new features, including stainless steel appliances, thanks to a recent renovation. The unit features central air conditioning and heating, recessed lighting, and two and a half bathrooms, plus parking. It rents for $2,395.
Just off Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank, this spacious 1,100-square-foot two-bedroom apartment has its own balcony and no upstairs neighbors. The unit features hardwood floors and on-site laundry. It rents for $2,300.
Just off Crescent Heights and Santa Monica in West Hollywood, another walkable location, this one-bedroom apartment lets in lots of natural light. Measuring 700 square feet, it holds built-ins, refinished hardwood floors, and two AC units. It comes with one parking space and rents for $2,295.
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