3BD / 3BA available on 06/01/21
10BD / 10.5BA 1 room left on 12/03/20
3-4 BD available on 02/01/21
24BD / 24BA available on 06/01/21
2BD / 1BA available on 01/05/21
8BD / 4BA available on 08/10/21
8BD / 8BA 2 rooms left on 12/03/20
3BD / 3BA 1 room left on 12/03/20
Los Angeles is possibly the cultural hub of the western United States - featuring diversity not just in its people and culture but in its terrain as well. Across the sprawling metropolis of LA, neighborhoods run the gamut from hilly suburbs to oceanside skyscrapers. <br/>Living in Los Angeles is a bucket list destination for many people, and there truly is a spot for everyone. Whether you prefer hiking through the Santa Monica Mountains, the hustle and bustle of Hollywood, the city feel in Downtown LA, or the beachy towns of Venice Beach, Los Angeles has it all. <br/>
Settled just outside of Downtown Los Angeles is the beautiful University of Southern California. Proximity to campus not only includes the iconic LA Memorial Coliseum and Shrine Auditorium, but also all the entertainment, dining, shopping, and nightlife that DTLA has to offer.
Nestled in the heart of Central LA is Los Angeles’ Koreatown. Boasting some of the best tasting Korean food (yes, including Korean-BBQ), Koreatown is a foodie dream come true. It also is home to some of the liveliest concert venues and nightclubs in LA. It is situated right in Central Los Angeles, making it easy and convenient to go anywhere - west towards West LA, southeast towards Downtown, east towards East LA, and north towards Hollywood. Just a few miles north of USC and east of UCLA, K-town is the perfect area to look for non-traditional off-campus housing.
Those who love Los Angeles’s year-round beautiful weather will love living in West Los Angeles. West LA makes enjoying anything and everything on the westside convenient: Go for a surf at Will Rogers State Beach, or shopping on the iconic Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Taste delicious Japanese flavors in Sawtelle Japan, or make the drive along the coast to Malibu. West Los Angeles also has proximity to several universities, including UCLA, Santa Monica College, Loyola Marymount University, and more.
From UCLA to USC to LMU to countless more, Los Angeles is the home to countless university students. LA is the perfect place to spend college years. All along the coast are Los Angeles’ famous beaches including Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Newport Beach and Malibu. Or, spend the day shopping from the high-end designers on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills to vintage shops in Hollywood to massive shopping malls throughout the city. Take in gorgeous views from iconic hikes such as the Hollywood Hike or Topanga State Park, and afterwards refuel with delicious food, from Chinatown to Little Italy to Mexican taco trucks, there’s something for everyone!
Given the high number of residents throughout all of LA, the average rent in Los Angeles, CA is $1,953. A great option for students seeking off-campus housing and young professionals seeking an affordable option are co-living spaces. The most convenient way to move, these housing options come fully furnished including amenities, reducing the overall cost of living and providing a beautiful living space. These furnished apartments can be rented by the room or the entire unit to a group and have the intention of bringing a sense of community to you and your suitemates.