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Old 04-24-2018, 06:08 PM
 
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The title pretty much says it all. What neighborhoods are close-ish to downtown without being super expensive? I'd prefer something on the Eastside, and a commute of 30min or less. Thanks everyone!
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Old 04-24-2018, 09:25 PM
 
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The title pretty much says it all. What neighborhoods are close-ish to downtown without being super expensive? I'd prefer something on the Eastside, and a commute of 30min or less. Thanks everyone!
Highland Park

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Old 04-25-2018, 01:44 PM
 
Location: The Big Apple and Shytown and Miami and Dallas and Milwalkie and St Paul-Mineopolis n DCMV n WestBay
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If you wish to drive, 30 minutes with medium traffic (not a traffic accident /sigalert traffic)
Glassel Park, Eagle Rock, Cypress Park, Highland Par, Mt Washington, Lincoln Heights, El Sereno, Pasadena (near the 110 parkway), South Pasadena, Hermon, Montecito Heights, Alhambra, East LA, Boyle Heights, South Central, USC, Koreatown, Westlake, East Hollywood, Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Historic Filipinotown, Chinatown.

I just named any area within 5 miles of Downtown and 30 minute drive.

In general, most areas outside of Downtown are not too expensive compared to Downtown. Downtown is expensive because nearly everything in Downtown is brand new buildings (in last 15 years built) or expensive renovated lofts. And it is trendy areas. Outside of Downtown most buildings are older, not as nice or renovated and in poorer neighborhoods. But in places where new buildings are built, the rents are getting close to lowest Downtown prices so it depends on what you want and willing to pay.
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