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What $2,400 rents in Los Angeles right now

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Options include a studio near Abbot Kinney and a one-bedroom in West Hollywood

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 $150 of today’s price, $2,400. Vote for your favorite below!

Dining room with large windows.
Bed near the wall with large windows on the left.
Small kitchen view of sink and cabinets.
Outdoor view of small unit.

Via Tracy Van Leeuwen/LRS Realty and Management


This bright and charming studio is just a walk away from the shops and restaurants on Abbot Kinney. The 1,186-square-foot unit features a large tub with a shower, kitchen with ceiling sunlight, wood floors, and lots of windows. It also includes a bright sunroom perfect for an office area or dining room. It’s renting for $2,495.

Large living room area with rug flooring.
Kitchen with a tile countertop.
Bathroom with a bathtub on the left.
Outdoor view of apartment building.

Via Sonya Coke/Compass


Sitting along Crescent Heights Boulevard, near Pico Boulevard, lies this 1,015 square-foot unit. The two-bedroom, one bath features spacious rooms, carpet, a bay window, and a kitchen connected to a small patio. It’s centrally located, just south of West Hollywood and north of the 10 freeway. It’s renting for $2,300.

Small but cute kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
Bathroom with ceiling high shower with glass doors.
Bed sitting between two windows.

Via Kika/Zillow


For a more contemporary apartment, there’s this sleek studio in a duplex near La Brea and Santa Monica boulevards. It comes fully furnished and features a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a full bathroom. Plus, there’s a sitting area in the front yard covered by an old growth hedge. It’s renting for $2,490—all utilities included.

Small kitchen with a small island and grey cabinets.
Bathtub on the left, sink on the right. Green and white tile wall.
Bedroom with carpet flooring and two mirrored closets.

Via Rynn Vogel/Zillow

West Hollywood

This one-bedroom, one bath apartment features an in-unit washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances, bamboo floors, and lots of closet space. Pets are considered and underground parking is available. Located just south of the cafes and shops on Melrose Avenue, it’s renting for $2,450.

Living room with hardwood floors.
Kitchen with subway tile.
Room with hardwood floors and two windows.

Via P.A.C. Properties/Zillow


This two-bedroom, one-bath is centrally located near Little Ethiopia. The unit includes wood floors, a kitchen with subway tile and new quartz counters, crown molding, and spacious closets. Just a short walk away from the museums along Wilshire Boulevard, it’s renting for $2,395.


Which apartment would you rent?

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  • 36%
    (505 votes)
  • 9%
    (130 votes)
  • 11%
    (154 votes)
  • 26%
    West Hollywood
    (370 votes)
  • 16%
    (231 votes)
1390 votes total Vote Now