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.
Off Fourth Street and east of Rose Park, this Long Beach one-bedroom apartment advertises itself as “newly remodeled.” The apartment measures 1,050 square feet and has a large balcony, plenty of closet space, a fireplace, and a parking spot. It rents for $1,595.
This vintage number in East Hollywood is a one-bedroom and one-bathroom with wood floors, a spacious kitchen with good counter space, and a built-in vanity. It does not have off-street parking or on-site laundry. It rents for $1,595.
This freeway-close Burbank apartment offers one bedroom, one bathroom, and parking for two cars. The second floor unit has laminate wood floors, ceiling fans, wall-mounted air conditioning, and a cute kitchen. It rents for $1,550.
Just off Franklin and Highland Avenue, this Hollywood studio apartment is walking distance to the Hollywood/Highland Red Line station—an ideal location for summer shows at the Hollywood Bowl or zipping Downtown. The 600-square-foot unit has hardwood floors, a small built-in kitchen table, on-site laundry, and parking for a fee. It rents for $1,450.
Lastly, in a lovely Art Deco building in Miracle Mile, this 750-square-foot studio apartment is up for rent. Photos (which are of a unit similar to the available one) show wood floors, big windows, a compact kitchen with built-ins, and a bathroom with vintage tile. It rents for $1,450.
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