Welcome to Curbed's first-ever Micro Week, five days' worth of stories, photos, and minuscule floorplans that celebrate the grand tradition of small-space living. We'll tour small homes, explore the city's smallest neighborhood, and so much more!
As rents rise and demand for space grows, there's a good chance that the apartment synonymous with small—the studio—will only get smaller. One potential antidote, if you've got the money, is a wee unit in a fancy building that comes with lots of extra amenities. After all, you don't have to pay two-bedroom prices to use the same heated saltwater pool or Xbox lounge as the rest of the tenants. Here are the places around Los Angeles where you reap the most benefits from the communal resources while paying for just a bit of your own personal space:
· Micro Week 2015 [Curbed LA]