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Curbed Comparisons: What $3,200 rents in Los Angeles

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From Santa Monica to Silver Lake

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, $3,200. Vote for your favorite below.


Via Zillow

We’ll kick things off with a crisply remodeled duplex in hip Silver Lake. The light-filled unit measures 700 square feet and holds one bathroom and two bedrooms (a master and a second bedroom that the listing acknowledges is “small”), plus a loft accessed by a built-in ladder. It’s renting for $3,150.

Via Blackstone Realty and Management

You can get a lot more space in centrally-located Mid-City. That’s where you’ll find this handsome old Craftsman home that holds two bedrooms and one and a half baths in 1,674 square feet. There’s a backyard and a back house with a full bathroom, but space isn’t the only perk. The house sports it original hardwood floors, built-ins, and moldings. It’s renting for $3,195.

Via Zillow

In breezy Santa Monica, this “cottage style unit” is located just about a mile from the beach. It holds two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a kitchen that “opens up to a private vegetable garden and patio area with outdoor string lights.” Rent here is $3,250.

Via onerent

If you love old spaces, here’s another contender, a charming unit in a Spanish-style building in idyllic Beachwood Canyon. The listing is sparse, but, as the photos show, the two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is not. It’s embellished with lots of colorful tilework, from the fireplace to the shower. The 1,000-square-foot unit is renting for $3,200.

Via Zillow

For a big city vibe, head to Downtown LA. A brick-clad unit with soaring ceilings and big windows is available in the Pan American Lofts at the corner of Broadway and Third Street, steps from Grand Central Market, MOCA, and Angels Flight. This unit measures 910 square feet and features a “fabulous spiral staircase leading to a second level sleeping loft and finally a rooftop terrace.” It’s renting for $3,195.

Poll

Which place would you rent for about $3,200?

This poll is closed

  • 8%
    Silver Lake
    (118 votes)
  • 16%
    Mid-City
    (213 votes)
  • 20%
    Santa Monica
    (263 votes)
  • 21%
    Beachwood Canyon
    (279 votes)
  • 33%
    Downtown LA
    (441 votes)
1314 votes total Vote Now