What $1,900 rents around LA right now


Bianca Barragan


Apartments in Playa del Rey, Beverly Grove, and more

Curbed LA comparisons header

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, $1,900. Vote for your favorite below.

Curbed LA comparison horizontal rule gif

Courtesy of Zaya Tserendondov/Very Zaya Real Estate

Hollywood Hills

First, in Hollywood Hills’s Whitley Heights neighborhood, this bright one-bedroom apartment has a big wall of windows and a private balcony. The bedroom is ample and filled with natural light, while the bathroom has vintage pink tile mixed with upgraded features. It rents for $1,995.

Via Moss & Company

Beverly Grove

Not far from Third Street and Robertson in Beverly Grove, this one-bedroom apartment has central air conditioning, laminate wood floors, and access to the building’s rooftop deck. It’s close to a Trader Joe’s too. It rents for $1,975.

Via Alliance Property Management

Playa del Rey

Way on the Westside, this one-bedroom in a midcentury modern Playa del Rey complex offers big windows, vintage charm, a kitchen pass-through, and beach proximity. This sweet spot rents for $1,800.

Via Moss & Company
Via Moss & Company
North Hollywood

Walking distance from the North Hollywood Red and Orange Line stations, this one-bedroom apartment features laminate floors, ceiling fans and central air conditioning, updated interiors, and on-site laundry. It rents for $1,950.

Via Alexis Hilton


This lofted one-bedroom in Westlake’s Rampart Village comes with central air, lots of windows, an ample kitchen, and not one—but two—parking spaces. There’s also a space that could function as a second bedroom or a home office. It rents for $1,850.

Continue reading...