Apartments in Playa del Rey, Beverly Grove, and more

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

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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.