Which would you pick: A new apartment in Downtown or a vintage place in Beverly Grove?
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, $4,000. Vote for your favorite below!
Inside this sweet Mediterranean-style vintage apartment building is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, and a luxurious updated bathroom. The apartment, which measures 1,455 square feet, is located just off Melrose and comes with two parking spaces. It rents for $4,000.
Are brand-new buildings more your speed? This one-bedroom apartment is in a South Park building that opened just this year. The 800-square-foot corner unit has a little balcony, a full bathroom, a dining area, and access to the building’s outdoor areas, pool, and gym. It rents for $4,012.
This compact little house in the hilly area of Palms near the neighborhood’s middle school offers two bedrooms and one bathroom in 896 square feet. Features include hardwood floors, high-end kitchen appliances, and a lovely deck area enclosed in trees—perfect for eating outside in the shade on a hot day. It has laundry and carport parking. It rents for $3,950.
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom is part of the Arthur and Nina Zwebell-designed Mi Casa courtyard apartment complex, which opened in 1927. If the 900-square-foot unit’s colorful tile accents, fanciful wood-durning fireplace, high, beamed ceilings, and Old Hollywood glamour don’t wow you, check your pulse. Located just off the Sunset Strip and walking distance to Chateau Marmont, it rents for $3,950.
This two-bedroom has something none of the other units up for grabs today have: two bathrooms—a priceless bonus for those who frequently entertain or regularly have friends visit from out of town. The 1,078-square-foot unit holds ample storage and closet space, an eat-in kitchen, and spacious bedrooms. It rents for $3,913.