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What $2,250 rents in LA right now

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Apartments in Hancock Park, Beverly Grove, Mid-City and more

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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, $2,250. Vote for your favorite below!

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Via US National Realty
Hancock Park

No furniture? No problem. This one-bedroom just south of La Brea and Melrose comes fully furnished. The apartment has a balcony, large windows, a kitchen with newer appliances, and a parking space. It rents for $2,250.

Via Zillow
East Hollywood

Just a few blocks from the Vermont/Sunset Red Line station, this one-bedroom apartment is in a transit-friendly and central location. The apartment offers an open kitchen, in-unit laundry, and a dishwasher. It rents for $2,260.

Via Pacific Listings
Valley Village

Over in the San Fernando Valley, this week’s price point buys a bit more room. This two-bedroom apartment is a lower-level unit with hardwood floors, plenty of kitchen counter space, and two ample bedrooms. It rents for $2,150.

Via The Beaumont Company
Beverly Grove

This one-bedroom apartment is around the corner from the Beverly Center. The upper level unit has laminate floors, a walk-in closet, a wet bar in the living room, and central air conditioning. It rents for $2,295.

Mid-City

This one-bedroom unit is half of a duplex with a covered back patio and fenced-in backyard. The apartment has refinished hardwood floors, ceiling fans, in-unit laundry machines, and a decorative fireplace. It rents for $2,250.

Poll

Which apartment around $2,250 would you rent?

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  • 9%
    Hancock Park
    (67 votes)
  • 8%
    East Hollywood
    (57 votes)
  • 11%
    Valley Village
    (79 votes)
  • 11%
    Beverly Grove
    (76 votes)
  • 59%
    Mid-City
    (402 votes)
681 votes total Vote Now