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, $2,200. Vote for your favorite below.
This South Park loft is listed as a studio, but, at 751 square feet, is still very spacious. The modern unit sits in a building a short walk from LA Live and comes with wide-plank hardwood floors, fancy cabinets, laundry hook-ups, and a walk-in closet. It rents for $2,300.
There’s a more vintage vibe in this Leimert Park two-bedroom. It has clearly been updated— the kitchen holds new appliances and a lovely tiled floor. But the house also has vintage character, including a purple-tiled bathroom, coved ceilings, crown molding, and wood floors. The only down side: street-parking only. It rents for $2,300.
Tucked into a midcentury building in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Valley Village, this apartment offers two bathrooms, tile floors, an updated kitchen, and two ample-sized bedrooms. It rents for $2,150.
At 1,150 square feet of space, this Mid-City two-bedroom has plenty of space. It also boasts some character: wood floors, crown molding, and a kitchen with retro tile and decorative woodwork accents. It rents for $2,300.
Just south of Wilshire in Brentwood, the one-bedroom apartment up for grabs here has new floors throughout and gets plenty of sunlight. The bedroom has a ceiling fan and a decent-sized closet. The apartment rents for $2,150.
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