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Curbed Comparisons: What $1,500 rents you in LA right now

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See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Pico-Union to Glendale

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, $1,500. Vote for your favorite below.

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This Hollywood studio apartment is more or less in Franklin Village. One block east of Wilton on Franklin, this unit in a vintage building offers exposed brick walls, wood floors, and updated appliances. Parking is on the street, though. Rent is $1,550.

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In Glendale, this 700-square-foot one-bedroom apartment has a fully redone kitchen, a fireplace, laminate floors, a slim balcony, and an updated full bathroom. The complex has shared laundry machines. Rent is $1,600.

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Nearby, in Burbank, this unit near Hollywood Burbank airport (aka Bob Hope Airport) is 500-square-feet of remodeled space with ceiling fans and one parking space. It rents for $1,500.

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Farther west in the Valley, this pet-friendly North Hollywood one-bedroom offers vintage appeal, with retro tile on the kitchen counters and an over-all midcentury look. The apartment appears to have laminate wood floors as well as ceiling fans and wall-mounted air conditioning. It rents for $1,595.

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Down in Pico-Union—just south of Koreatown and east of Harvard Heights—this well-maintained one-bedroom apartment comes with a coveted parking space. The upstairs, corner apartment also has laminate wood floors, tile kitchen counters, and a full bathroom. It rents for $1,550.


Which apartment around $1,500 would you rent?

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  • 31%
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    North Hollywood
    (92 votes)
  • 20%
    Pico Union
    (189 votes)
944 votes total Vote Now