Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various LA ‘hoods. Our friends at Zumper have helped us out with five listings within $100 of today’s price: $1,800.
↑ This lower-floor, one-bedroom unit in West Hollywood has real hardwood floors and comes with one parking spot for an additional $25 a month. The listing says it’s been newly remodeled but, in the kitchen at least, it looks like the remodeling process is still underway. (What’s going on behind that stove?) Rent is $1,775.
↑ There are plenty of nice tiles and large windows inside this upper-level, one-bedroom unit in Beverly Hills. This one also has hardwood floors and wall-mounted air conditioning, plus a hallway ceiling fan. Rent is $1,795—pretty good for a one-bedroom in the area.
↑ The fireplace is front and center in the living room of this South Pasadena one-bedroom. With hardwood floors, six-foot windows, and a balcony, this place is pretty cool, and that’s not even mentioning the long, spacious kitchen with a dishwasher. Rent is $1,850.
↑ Segments of floor-to-ceiling windows in the dining room keep this Valley Village apartment bright. The two-bedroom comes with a pool and assigned parking, but has a kitchen that’s on the smaller side. Rent is $1,750.
↑ This 560-square-foot one-bedroom in Franklin Village is just around the corner from the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre—an improv-er’s delight! Yes, it has carpet, but that carpet is brand new. It also has a dishwasher and efficient dual-paned windows, and comes with off-street parking. Rent is $1,850.
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