What $2,700 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, $2,700. Vote for your favorite below!

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A photo of a two-story Mediterranean-style apartment building with a balcony on the second floor.

A photo of the apartment’s hardwood floors and arched doorway.
Via The Eberly Company

A photo of one of the two bedrooms in the apartment. It also has hardwood floors.

A spacious two-bedroom apartment right by Pan Pacific Park, this 1,000-square-foot unit offers room to spread out and a convenient location. Hardwood floors run throughout the unit, which also has an arched doorway, a purple Art Deco-tiled bathroom, and a decorative fireplace. It comes with parking for one car, and it rents for $2,625.

An exterior photo of a midcentury modern, white, flat-roofed apartment building with a big, flowering jacaranda tree out front.

A photo of the interior, with hardwood floors and large windows.
Via TurboTenant

A photo of the kitchen, which is contemporary and has granite counters.
West Hollywood

This one-bedroom apartment has charm for miles, with its midcentury modern appeal and updated touches. The unit sits just north of the Sunset Strip and has a Nest heating and cooling system and hardwood floors, along with an updated kitchen with marble counters. It comes with a parking space and rents for $2,700.

A photo of the front of the one-story bungalow, fronted by a white picket fence.
Via Coldwell Banker

An interior photo of the house, with built-in shelves and wood floors.
North Hollywood

This one-bedroom guest house sits in the southern part of the NoHo Arts District, just off Lankershim. The house has built-in shelves, wood floors, access to a small yard, and off-street parking in a driveway. it rents for $2,650.

A photo of a contemporary apartment with light tile floors and white walls.
Via Coast Harbor Realty

A photo of the kitchen, also with light tile floors and contemporary cabinets.
Mar Vista

Recently remodeled, this two-bedroom apartment features new kitchen appliances, ceiling fans aplenty, one and a half bathrooms, and new tile floors. The unit has on-site laundry and a patio. It rents for $2,650.

A photo of the townhouse’s loving room, with stairs to the second floor of the unit.
Via Redpoint Realty

A photo of the living room, which has a fireplace.
East Hollywood

This more than ample two-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse offers two stories of room to spread out. The unit has an open kitchen, a fireplace, granite counters, hookups for a washer and dryer, and two parking spaces. It rents for $2,800.


Which apartment would you rent?

  • 40%


    (117 votes)

  • 14%
    West Hollywood

    (43 votes)

  • 10%
    North Hollywood

    (32 votes)

  • 11%
    Mar Vista

    (35 votes)

  • 22%
    East Hollywood

    (65 votes)

292 votes total Vote Now

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