What $1,450 rents in LA right now

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Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’ve found five rentals within $100 of today’s price, $1,450. Vote for your favorite below.




Via Zillow

With those bold colors and breeze blocks out front, this Burbank building looks like something straight out of Palm Springs. Inside the one-bedroom apartment, there are high, beamed ceilings, new carpet, and ceiling fans. The unit comes with one parking space and rents for $1,500.


Via Zillow

This one-bedroom in Koreatown features hardwood floors, crown molding, granite counters in the kitchen, and big windows, which keep things sunny inside. One downside: There’s only street parking. The apartment rents for $1,495.



Via Zillow

The studio apartment up for grabs here is in this lovely garden apartment complex in Los Feliz, just south of Franklin. The apartment comes with a dishwasher, on-site laundry, and parking. It rents for $1,425.




This Glendale bungalow apartment has a cute kitchen with yellow and white counter tiles and a built-in dining nook. Laminate wood floors run throughout the unit, as do large, vintage-looking windows. A short walk from the Americana at Brand, the studio apartment rents for $1,550.



Via Zillow

Off La Brea in Inglewood, this one-bedroom, lower-level apartment offers a small patio, carpeted floors, double closets in the bedroom, and central air conditioning. Parking is included, and there are on-site laundry machines. It rents for $1,500.

Poll

Which apartment around $1,450 would you rent?

  • 21%

    Burbank

    (35 votes)

  • 20%
    Koreatown

    (33 votes)

  • 24%
    Los Feliz

    (40 votes)

  • 21%
    Glendale

    (35 votes)

  • 11%
    Inglewood

    (18 votes)

161 votes total Vote Now

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