Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various LA ‘hoods. We’ve found five listings within $100 of today’s price: $2,000.
↑ Located in the city-landmarked Chase Knolls garden apartments in Sherman Oaks, this one-bedroom apartment has hardwood floors, wood blinds, and was recently renovated. The complex is just north of the 101 freeway and has park-like grounds. Rent is $1,897.
↑ This one-bedroom is tucked into the Hollywood Heights neighborhood, in the hills behind Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue and up by the Hollywood Bowl. There’s one reserved parking spot for the apartment’s tenant, eliminating the need to look for parking on those hilly streets. The unit has two large, paned windows in the living room and laminate wood floors. A kitchen door opens onto a slim, private patio. Rent is $1,975.
↑ This “completely remodeled” lower-level one-bedroom sits in a Brentwood building just west of the VA West Los Angeles Medical Center, a couple blocks north of Wilshire Boulevard. The unit comes with new floors, new blinds, stainless steel fridge, dishwasher, and stove. There’s also one parking space for the tenant. Rent is $2,100.
↑ The one-bedroom in this cute Santa Monica complex is an upper-level unit with lots of privacy—private staircase, private entrance. The apartment comes with appliances, including a dishwasher; a parking space; and has recently-refinished hardwood floors. Rent is $1,995.
↑ Plucked straight from a storybook, this one-bedroom in Mid-Wilshire offers a decorative fireplace, curving doorways, and a chandelier in the kitchen. Just a few blocks east of Pan-Pacific Park and the Grove, the unit also has its own private backyard and access to on-site laundry. Rent is $2,100.
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