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The sprawling metropolis that makes up Los Angeles is home to an ethnically diverse population, a balmy Mediterranean climate and, of course, Hollywood. With a growing population of 4 million, it’s also the second-most populous city in the United States.
LA is far from content with playing second fiddle to New York, however. The largest city in the richest region on Earth, California, Los Angeles is a bona fide superstar: a global city, it has been ranked as high as 6th in the Global Cities Index. And with a host of employment opportunities, world-class universities and a massive culinary, arts and cultural scene, the City of Angels continues to give wings to the thousands of newcomers who flock to its eclectic neighborhoods every year.
The average monthly rental price for Los Angeles apartments is around $2,100, although costs can fluctuate across the city - from over $3,050 in Santa Monica to as low as $1,100 in South Central LA. Apartments for rent in Los Angeles come in an almost infinite array of sizes, styles and locations. From swanky beach houses in Malibu to affordable loft spaces in Compton, Los Angeles County has a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets.
If you dream of Californication, you’ve come to right place. For the best selection of Los Angeles apartment rentals, look no further than Nestpick.
For working expats and professionals who are in town for a short business trip, apartment hotels and serviced apartments in Los Angeles provide all the flexibility you need. An aparthotel in Los Angeles typically comes equipped with premium amenities such as room service, maid service and WiFi - providing you with a comfortable, hassle-free stay in the city.
Whether you are travelling alone or with family, these furnished apartments in Los Angeles will allow you to settle in SoCal with ease - giving you plenty of time to get on with your work without having to worry about locating certain facilities or taking care of your apartment.
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As with any major city, Los Angeles is divided into a number of unique neighborhoods and districts that each exude their own distinct flavor. From Canoga Park to Cypress - and everywhere in between - the City of Angels is full of famous sights and hidden treasures.
Although the city offers a wide spectrum of housing options, apartment hunting can often be quite disconcerting if you’re unfamiliar with Los Angeles’s geography and its rental prices. Not sure where to start? Well we’ve handily created a brief list of the city's best neighborhoods for expats and new arrivals.
Once you’ve become more acquainted with LA, Nestpick’s easily navigable search option will allow you to filter your search to look for furnished accommodation in areas that suit your lifestyle down to a tee.
Home to an iconic skyline that includes the towering U.S. Bank Tower, winding freeways and giant convention centers, Downtown Los Angeles (or DTLA for short) is the civic and commercial hub of the city - cementing its place as a global economic powerhouse.
Downtown is much, more more than a corporate monolith, however. With concert halls designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, elegant public plazas, historic train stations, museums and the Los Angeles Public Library, it’s also a central point for Californian civilisation. Throw in a host of mouthwatering restaurants, cultural attractions and major league sports teams, and you’ve got an area that’s ideal for those who love living it up in the big city.
An influx of new residents to popular areas like Skid Row in recent years has re-energized Downtown, with new businesses continually springing up on every street. Coupled with the fantastic transport connections in the area, this means you’ll have a spate of amenities right on your doorstep. Unlike the rest of Los Angeles, which is very dispersed and often requires transport, everything here is super compact and conveniently located.
Downtown LA apartments for rent are predominantly high-rise condominium complexes and loft spaces, and prices here are among the highest in the city. A typical 1-bedroom apartment in Downtown Los Angeles costs between $2,200 and $2,600.
With Nestpick, you’ll have the most extensive selection of Downtown LA rentals right at your fingertips. Search our catalogue now.
Hollywood barely needs an introduction, does it? From the silver screen to the gold-starred promenades, this world-famous epicenter of the entertainment industry is a name synonymous with fame and fortune. And with a number of accommodation options in the area, you’ll soon feel like you’re starring in a blockbuster movie all of your own making.
In Hollywood, reminders of superstardom are all around you. Take a sidewalk stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame and you get to share the stage with some of the most iconic names in showbusiness. Visit a local art gallery and you’re likely to stumble across an exhibition by some of the most illustrious artists around. Head towards the shopping district and you’ll encounter celebrity doppelgangers, dancing Disney characters and harp-playing hipsters. In Hollywood, the lights, camera and action come straight to you.
Other notable landmarks that are definitely worth visiting including the iconic Capitol Records Building; the area’s many theaters, bars and exclusive clubs; the historic Hollywood Palladium; and Amoeba Music, which is arguably the finest record store in the US. Although the area is wonderfully walkable, it’s still possible to see the sights whilst giving your tired legs a much-needed rest: why not hop on a double-decker bus for a guided tour.
The demand for Hollywood apartments for rent is rather high, so if you have your eyes set on a place here you will have to act fast. Prices can vary depending on a property’s size, style, age and location. The average monthly rental price for West Hollywood apartments is around $2,200. North Hollywood apartments are cheaper still, with an average price of $1,766. Not only are these prices reasonable compared to neighboring districts, you’ll also be rubbing shoulders with some of the most recognisable faces around.
The quiet district of Woodland Hills is the ideal location for a spot of peaceful serenity - away from the urban hustle and bustle, but not too far away from Los Angeles. Situated on the foothills of the San Fernando Valley, this affluent neighborhood of around 63,000 combines stunning views and decent shopping with a generous slice of modern suburban living.
Sleek and sophisticated, Woodland Hills is a fantastic location for families or those who simply wish to settle in a pleasant location. With two shopping malls, a host of restaurants, great public schools, decent road connections to LA County, and even its own mini Downtown - Warner Center - this clean and tidy neighborhood has all the amenities you could possibly need right on your doorstep. And with plenty of parking options, you’ll be able to drive to Downtown Los Angeles in 40 minutes.
As you might have guessed the area is quite hilly and is therefore great for some jogging or cycling in the Californian sun. Surrounded by lush vegetation, it’s also as aesthetically pleasing as it is fun to experience.
Woodland Hills apartments for rent come in a range of options - from high-rise condominiums to semi-detached suburban houses. Due to the high quality of living, rental costs here can be quite pricey - the average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment here is around $1,920 a month.
For a great selection of rentals in Woodland Hills, California, browse Nestpick now.
“In West Philadelphia, born and raised…”
Mention this neighborhood to anyone and the first thing that comes to mind is probably the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. This ritzy, residential area has become synonymous with the life of luxury, and by attracting celebrities and the entertainment industry elite, it certainly plays up to this reputation in practice.
This is one of the highest income neighborhood in Los Angeles, so it won’t surprise you to learn that prices for Bel-Air apartments for rent are amongst the most expensive in the city. The average price for a 1-bedroom apartment here is $2,591 per month.
Bel-Air rentals mostly consist of large suburban homes and mansions, semi-detached houses and the occasional multi-storey apartment complex. Many of these come with facilities such as large gardens, private pools and garage space. These homes are set within the lush and verdant foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, offering you plenty of outdoor activities. For a brisk walk in the California hills, check out the Ma and Pa Trail if you get the chance.
While the area certainly matches the upmarket, sophisticated lifestyle enjoyed by the Banks family in the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, it’s not all mansions and butlers called Geoffrey. The neighborhood borders the eminent UCLA campus in Westwood, giving the area an air of academic prestige. The J Paul Getty Museum is located just on the other side of Highway 405, while the famous Sunset Boulevard winds its way around the southern portion of the area.
Beverly Hills - often referred to “90210” after one of the area’s zip codes - is renowned as one of the most affluent and well-known neighborhoods in the United States. World-famous actors, paparazzi, glitterati and fame-hungry neophytes all mingle around this aesthetically flawless area, giving it a reputation for opulent excess and luxury.
This star-studded city in the north of Los Angeles County is home to the celebrated Rodeo Drive shopping district and the Beverly Hills Oil Field. Talk a walk down Rodeo Drive and you’ll come across a wealth of swanky cafes, designer boutiques and sophisticated socialites strutting their stuff in in the latest fashion trends. Unsurprisingly, this impeccable extroversion all comes at a cost to visitors - so expect to pay top dollar when you frequent local establishments.
Beverly Hills overlooks the Greater Los Angeles area and has some of the most stunning views around. With palm-tree lined streets, beautifully-decorated gardens and lavish retreats, the neighborhood also offers all the serenity of a quiet suburban life. Some of southern California’s finest residential buildings can be found here, attracting architecture aficionados and enthusiastic homebuyers alike. And with a low crime rate, you’ll have little need to call Beverly Hills Cop, Detective Axel Foley.
While many of the properties in the neighborhood are privately owned, there are still plenty of apartments for rent in Beverly Hills. Most of those in the hilly north of the area are lavish homes with immaculate interiors; many of which have amenities such as garages and pools. Towards the south, accommodation options broaden and you’ll be able to get more bang for your buck. On average, a typical 1-bedroom apartment in Beverly Hills costs around $2,700. If you are after a room for rent in Beverly Hills, expect to pay upwards of $1,400 per month.
The eclectic, eccentric enclave of Venice is both unconventional and unpredictable. Take a walk down the sea-facing Venice Boardwalk and you can expect to see surfers, skaters, musicians, bohemians, joggers, bodybuilders and street performers - hell, even dancing dogs. The cast of characters that this neighborhood has to offer is like something straight out of a Baz Luhrmann film, and its counter-cultural credentials make it a hedonistic hotspot for tourists, culture vultures and the cool crowd.
Loved by the people of LA, Venice Beach’s carnivalistic vibe has made it an icon of the Californian good life. With an effortless blend of golden sands, vintage boutiques, tiki bars, seedy entertainment joints and art galleries, this laid-back location is ideal for sightseeing, shopping and sunbathing. Venice is also home to a network of tranquil canals reminiscent of the Italian city it’s named after. What’s not to love about a pot-smoking guitarist on a gondola?
Accommodation options in Venice range from reconverted studio spaces to modern apartment complexes. The average monthly price for Venice Beach apartments for rent is $2,950. While considerably cheaper than nearby Santa Monica, it’s also one of the priciest parts of the city. Due to the desirability of the neighborhood, prospective tenants can snap up rental properties pretty quickly. If you have your eye on a particular place, you’ll have to act fast! Affordable options are available, but you may have to compromise on one of either cost, style or location.
If you wish to live in this alternative paradise on the Pacific coast, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Nestpick we have the finest selection of apartments for rent in Venice Beach on the web, and our easy-to-use search option makes the arduous task of apartment hunting simple.
If you are moving to Los Angeles to really experience the LA lifestyle, then a studio might be the only option for you. With incredible weather all year round and more events per night than you can attend, the chances are that when you find an apartment it is little more than a place to sleep, change and call your own private space. Studios are perfect here with rent being cheap enough that you can spend your money on everything that LA has to offer.
If you are looking to keep prices down but you will spend more time at home then out and about, then a 1-bedroom apartment will suit you down to the ground. With more area and separate spaces than you get from a studio, you can really turn a small apartment into a home. Prices in LA are expensive, with the majority of 1-bedroom apartments renting for over $2,000 a month, but luckily with the range of places that a one-bedroom apartment can be found in, there are certainly some bargains out there!
When moving cities with a family, you will want to make everyone happy. Can it always happen? Not always, but with a 2-bedroom apartment, you will have the space, privacy and price to make things work after your big move. In a city as big as LA there is a lot of choice when it comes to 2-bedroom apartments, the only thing getting in the way could be the price – but if you are flexible on area or the building that you live in, you can find great deals on apartments starting around the $2000 a month mark.
Moving with a large family can be tricky and although there is a good selection of three-bedroom apartments in Los Angeles, compared to smaller homes, the choice is nowhere near as great. The chances are you are going to have to compromise on at least one thing – the two major categories being location and price. The average price of a three-bedroom apartment here is $3400 and while you can get cheaper in certain neighborhoods in LA, it might be worth considering daily life in these places.
Los Angeles is a very pet friendly city, with the gorgeous weather all year round and with plenty of beaches and hiking opportunities – there are plenty of reasons to get or bring your four-legged friend with you on the move. Most of the apartments for rent in LA are pet friendly, especially with smaller animals. If you have a bigger dog, that may mean you have to pay a surcharge in addition to your rent.
Home to the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), California State University and Loyola Marymount University - and other institutions - Los Angeles is one the most popular places to study in the United States. With stellar academic credentials and a number of great neighborhoods to suit even the pickiest of people, LA continues to draw in thousands of domestic and foreign students each year.
Student housing in Los Angeles largely consists of two major options: staying in halls of residence or renting private accommodation off campus. Because LA encompasses such a wide geographical area, most students who stay in accommodation off campus opt to live within a short commute of the campus they attend. Private housing is widely available in a broad range of styles, sizes, costs and locations.
In terms of cost, student apartments in Los Angeles largely depend on the rental market of the neighborhood they are located in. Westwood, for example, is the location of the UCLA campus and consequently a lot of students decide to live nearby. However, the median 1-bedroom rent here is $2,660, which is enough to price students from lower-income families out.
For more affordable student housing in Los Angeles, many students gravitate towards areas that strike a balance between reasonable costs, relative safety and access to local amenities. Often, this may mean a compromise on commute time. Despite this, most neighborhoods with a sizeable student community have a youthful culture and amenities that cater towards students.
The City of Angels may be famous for being a huge car culture, but you’ll still have plenty of options to get from A to B if you don’t have a motor of your own. Public transport is handled by Metro.
To ride Metro trains and buses you need to buy a reusable tap card, which are available from TAP vending mentions at Metro stations.
The Metro Rail network is fast, easy-to-use and environmentally friendly, offering passengers a desirable and efficient way of getting around Los Angeles. The Metro is consists of two subway lines and four light rail lines. Most lines run from around 4:30am to 1:30am Sunday-Thursday, and until around 2:30am on Friday and Saturday nights. Trains run every 5-10 minutes during peak times and between 10 and 20 minutes throughout the rest of the day. The regular base fare is $1.75 for a single journey, or $7 for a day pass with unlimited rides.
Metro also operates around 200 bus lines across the city with 3 types of bus services: Metro Local buses (orange), Metro Rapid buses (red) and Metro Express buses (blue). These services travel all over the Los Angeles region and provide the most direct way to get to more remote destinations. All rail stations are served by Metro bus lines.
If you are disembarking at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), there are numerous transport options to get to the city. These include airport buses, shuttle vans, local buses, light rail, taxicabs and rental cars. There’s also a free shuttle bus that connects LAX with the Metro Rail Green Line.
For detailed schedules, interactive maps and general information, visit www.metro.net.