↑ Just east of Los Angeles City College, this East Hollywoodstudio apartment is close to both LACC, the fun in the HelMel district (for the intersection of Heliotrope and Melrose), and the Red Line subway stop at Santa Monica and Vermont. There doesn’t seem to be any parking at this spot, but there are a full kitchen, new laminate floors, granite counters, ceiling fans, and on-site laundry. The rent is $1,250.
↑ This studio apartment in Koreatown, just around the corner from the Wilshire/Vermont Red and Purple Line station, comes with hardwood floors, a walk-in closet, a full kitchen, on-site laundry, gated entry, and a policy of cat-friendliness. (Friendliness here defined as a $300 deposit and an additional $25 every month in pet rent.) The 1920s building also has a stylish red fire escape out front—oh, the charm! Rent is $1,195.
↑ This one-bedroom apartment in a brightly-colored apartment building in West Adams just off La Brea is laid out in what the listing calls a “modified open plan.” Inside, there’s a full bathroom, what look like laminate floors (the listing doesn’t specify), black counters, and a fridge and stove. The building itself is gated, and has on-site laundry facilities. Rent is $1,150.
↑ Not only does this Valley Glenone-bedroom have assigned parking, but it also has a swimming pool—”surrounded by a lush tropical setting,” even! The upstairs apartment for rent here has granite countertops, a new stove and microwave, a new tile floor, and wall air conditioning. Rent here is $1,150.
· Curbed Comparisons [Curbed LA]