Today’s installment of Curbed Comparisons takes us to HiFi, Beverly Grove, the Hollywood Dell, Sherman Oaks, and Silver Lake in search of the best apartments $2,150 can rent. Which one is the best deal?
The show has been featured on several local news stations and has won awards, including last year’s grand prize on ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight. But seeing it in these contexts doesn’t quite capture the magnitude of the presentation.
This Sherman Oaks home was the longtime residence of Earl Muntz, once known as the used car king of California and later said to be the man who coined the term "TV." The still-somewhat-kitschy home looks just right for a colorful character like Muntz.
Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister on the hit HBO show, traded down for the suburban home two years ago. She's thoroughly remodeled and expanded and filled it with "organic textures," "'scrappy' Moroccan rugs and lounge-y upholstered furniture."
A one-bedroom in a city-landmarked garden apartment complex and a breezy unit in a Santa Monica complex are just two of the rentals we found for today's $2,000 price point. There are five apartments in all; vote for the best deal!
This two-bedroom residence is one of 20 hilltop homes in Sherman Oaks designed in the 1960s by influential modern architect Richard Neutra. Supported by long poles, the home is suspended over the hillside—affording some killer views.
Mel Gibson is parting with a Sherman Oaks residence that was apparently inspired by the work of master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. We can't say we see much resemblance, but there are some nice stained glass windows and doors.
We've found apartments in Central LA and the Valley all around the same price point—a studio in Koreatown, a two-bedroom in North Hollywood, and three more. But which is the best apartment for the money? Click through and vote for the best.
We've got five apartments for around the same price in the Valley—NoHo, Sherman Oaks, Valley Village, Reseda, and Burbank—but there's clearly one that's the best for the money. Peruse all the contenders, then vote for the best.
In this week's edition of Curbed Comparisons, we look at apartments asking about $1,300 a month in neighborhoods like See what $1,300 per month rents in LA neighborhoods like East Hollywood, Sawtelle, and Sherman Oaks. Vote for which one you'd choose
It can be tough trying to find an apartment when you've got a pet, but we've managed to find five places for this price point that welcome furry companions. Which one is the best for the money? Vote for your pick.
Is a one-bedroom in Culver City better than a two-bedroom in West Hollywood? We've picked five apartments renting for around the same price of $2,050, but clearly one is a better deal than the rest. Which one is it?
This lovely, flat-roofed 1959 house north of Mulholland Drive in Sherman Oaks Estates has seen some updates, but nothing extreme: it still has the "original footprint and layout," boasts the listing, which also implies the house was designed by Richard Dorman.