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Old 12-17-2007, 02:43 AM
 
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studio city is expensive but good. also noho is great. both off the red line. 20 min to work.
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Old 12-18-2007, 07:35 PM
 
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you won't be able to get a one bedroom in los feliz for anywhere near $900. i know one bed units in my bldg are going for $1400 (during the big housing boom rent in my bldg was $1685 for a one bed.) if you get a roommate you'll have a decently hard time finding a 2 bedroom in los feliz for $1600. the closer to los feliz blvd you live the more expensive rent will be. rent is most expensive on los feliz blvd.

you may want to try parts of silverlake. the rent will be a little cheaper than los feliz, but you'll find a lot of silverlake is comparable to los feliz in regards to rent prices.
A 1 bedroom for $900 a month in Silver Lake is an impossibility. And as for Los Feliz, you might as well be looking for a 1 bedroom for that price in Beverly Hills or Westwood.

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look at atwater village if you find glendale too mundane and boring. a lot of people who used to rent in los feliz have bought homes in atwater. and it's just on the other side of the river so it wouldn't take you long to get to work at all.
Atwater NOW is OK, given that the days of it being rife with drug dealing are passed (i.e. 80s/first half of the 90s). It used to be an area to avoid, but no longer.

One bedrooms in Echo Park for $900? Possible. I agree it's not like Los Feliz at all, although most of Echo Park is OK (and some parts are quite good) - however the area by the park isn't one I'd recommend.

As for Koreatown over the LACC area (East Hollywood) - they're pretty much the same, and I wouldn't recommend either, although I do notice East Hollywood varying from street to street, and it is the inevitable next target for gentrification due to its neighbors.
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Old 12-21-2007, 12:43 AM
 
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Los Feliz or Silverlake. Los Feliz is better though.
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