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204 Apartments for rent in Huntington Park, CA

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Westlake
1 Unit Available
Sofia Los Angeles
1120 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA
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Live Well With two distinct buildings equipped with unique, fun amenities, youll be spoiled for choice. View the Downtown LA skyline from the expansive roof decks. Grill poolside or unleash your inner pool shark in The Lounge.
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Westlake
1 Unit Available
1331 7th Street
1331 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
2 Bedrooms
$5,850
1027 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Your destination for a next level luxury experience in Downtown Los Angeles. Choose between our one, two and three bedroom apartment floor plans and see which home best fits your unique lifestyle. A mile away from L.A.
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
518 South Grand Ave
518 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
2 Bedrooms
$5,600
900 sqft
2 bedroom and 2 washroom available right across from the convention center and the staples center. Fullu furnished, equipped kitchen and ready to move in . Please contact us for more details and we can schedule to view the apartments if you want.
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Historic Cultural
1 Unit Available
530 S Hewitt St
530 South Hewitt Street, Los Angeles, CA
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1 Bedroom
$3,045
950 sqft
Description The BEST LOFT experience in DTLA This amazing loft in a beautiful building in the heart of the Arts District will blow you away. The unit and building have warm features which will make you feel at home right away.
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
707 S. Figueroa Street
707 Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$6,780
738 sqft
Fully furnished, Bright and Cozy, 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with delightful upgrades! Sleeps four comfortably. Upper level, end unit condo features crown molding and granite counter tops.
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Paramount
1 Unit Available
13704 Grant Avenue
13704 Grant Avenue, Paramount, CA
1 Bedroom
$5,000
700 sqft
San Francisco Corporate Housing in a Crowd Pleasing Neighborhood If your idea of San Francisco corporate housing involves a great location and colorful surroundings, this charming Telegraph Hill pied a terre is the ideal solution.
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Historic Cultural
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629 Traction Ave
629 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$4,530
1210 sqft
Enjoy your stay at this luxury condo located in the heart of the Arts District in Little Tokyo. You will be in walking distance of tons, includingArts District Brewing Company, Caf Gratitude, many more bars and restaurants, and museums and galleries.
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Bell
1 Unit Available
6804 Walker Ave
6804 Walker Avenue, Bell, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,595
720 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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2 Beds, 1 Bath 720 Sq. Ft. approx. Deposit: $800 Parking: 1-Space Description: A charming building located close to schools and bus lines with easy access to the 710 frwy. Nearby restaurants and shops. Gated building.
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Voices of 90037
1 Unit Available
918 W. 50th St
918 West 50th Street, Los Angeles, CA
Studio
$2,000
140 sqft
Our home is in the heart of Los Angeles. Very close to USC area and minutes from downtown. We have a brand new Tiny house recently built. Perfect for a solo traveler or a couple. Traveling nurses, professionals and students are welcomed.
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
1250 Long Beach Ave
1250 Long Beach Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$3,400
1194 sqft
1,200 sq Artists Loft in DTLA (with amazing art!). Two parking spaces included, in gated lot. WiFi & utilities included. Vintage & modern furniture (Eames plywood chair, Mies Van Der Rohe daybed).
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Boyle Heights
1 Unit Available
726 Breed Street
726 North Breed Street, Los Angeles, CA
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
1200 sqft
Rent shown is for an unfurnished unit. Units can be rented as furnished for an additional cost. The lease term for unfurnished rentals is Minimum 1 year. Lease term for furnished rentals are Minimum 1 month.
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Historic Cultural
1 Unit Available
300 South Santa Fe Ave
300 Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$3,160
713 sqft
*Price varies by duration of stay: 12+ month lease: $3,160* / mo 6 to 12 month lease: $3,190* / mo 2 to 6 month lease: $3,260* / mo 1 to 2 month lease: $3,290/ mo * Prices quoted are applicable only if billed upfront for the entire duration of the
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
225
225 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$3,280
774 sqft
*Price varies by duration of stay: 12+ month lease: $3,280* / mo 6 to 12 month lease: $3,390* / mo 2 to 6 month lease: $3,390* / mo 1 to 2 month lease: $3,490/ mo * Prices quoted are applicable only if billed upfront for the entire
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
717 West Olympic
717 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,940
872 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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*Price varies by duration of stay: 12+ month lease: $3,580* / mo 6 to 12 month lease: $3,780* / mo 2 to 6 month lease: $3,990* / mo 1 to 2 month lease: $4,180/ mo * Prices quoted are applicable only if billed upfront for the entire duration of the
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
1120
1120 South Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,870
745 sqft
*Price varies by duration of stay: 12+ month lease: $2,990* / mo 6 to 12 month lease: $2,990* / mo 2 to 6 month lease: $2,870* / mo 1 to 2 month lease: $2,990/ mo * Prices quoted are applicable only if billed upfront for the entire
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Voices of 90037
1 Unit Available
4125 S Figueroa St Apt 107
4125 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,550
547 sqft
First floor rental features 1 bedroom 1 bathroom approximately 547.00 sq. ft. in area with laminate floors throughout.
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
655 S Hope St
655 South Hope Street, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,850
42 sqft
This beautiful spacious, sleek and modern loft comes with dark hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and floor to ceiling windows. The 655 Hope building is in the heart of the financial district and close to all major Downtown Office Buildings.
Last updated September 16 at 10:48pm
Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
1050 S Grand Avenue
1050 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$4,450
1280 sqft
2BD/2BA, high level corner unit, in luxurious full service Ten50. Two parking spaces. Spectacular city views with abundant light in every room.
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Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
571 West 4th Street
571 West 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
750 sqft
Beautiful Spacious 2 Bedroom 1 Bath in San Pedro. This unit has washer/dryer hook ups and includes a shared car garage.
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Historic Cultural
1 Unit Available
1032 West 1st Street
1032 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,350
625 sqft
- New Flooring in Kitchen - Tile Flooring Everywhere else but Kitchen - New Kitchen Countertop - Walk-in closet - Lots of built-in storage - Gas stove, oven, and range included - Parking: Street Parking Only - Laundromat located next door -
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Historic Cultural
1 Unit Available
1030 West 1st Street
1030 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,350
625 sqft
- New Flooring - New Granite Kitchen Countertop - Walk-in closet - Lots of built-in storage - Gas stove, oven, and range included - Parking: Street Parking Only - Laundromat located next door - Utilities included: water & trash - No pets allowed at
Last updated September 16 at 10:52pm
Voices of 90037
1 Unit Available
705 West 47th Street
705 West 47th Street, Los Angeles, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
1263 sqft
Beautiful and Spacious Remodeled Back House Unit This is a great home with a side gated yard for relax and entertain! Inside you will find plenty of great features like new wood flooring throughout, spacious living space and a mud room.
Last updated September 16 at 10:47pm
Downtown Los Angeles
1 Unit Available
801 South GRAND Avenue
801 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
2 Bedrooms
$3,650
1320 sqft
Experience Amazing views in this Live/Work Loft at the SKY Lofts building. Penthouse unit high ceilings, hardwood floors, chefs kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Washer and dryer inside.
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Congress Southwest
1 Unit Available
9009 South NORMANDIE Avenue
9009 S Normandie Ave, Los Angeles, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,899
1500 sqft
FULLY FURNISHED beautiful new construction 4 bedroom/3 bathroom townhome. Located minutes from SpaceX, Hawthorne's shopping complex with Target/Lowes/24 Hour Fitness, and the upcoming LA Ram's Stadium and Entertainment District at Hollywood Park.
City GuideHuntington Park
"Clang, clang, clang went the trolley. Ding, ding, ding went the bell Zing, zing, zing went my heartstrings. From the moment I saw him I fell[] Buzz, buzz, buzz went the buzzer, time to all disembark. Time to fall went my heartstrings, as we got off at Huntington Park...As we got off at Huntington Park." - (Judy Garland, "The Trolley Song")

Sun, surf and a sea of celebrities -you'vefinally made it to Hollywood. Well, sort of. As many transplants to a major metropolis soon discover, its much more cost-effective to live in the surrounding areas of the city than in the epicenter. Huntington Park, located in Los Angeles County just East of Hollywood, may not put you in the heart of the famed LA LA land, but itll certainly go a lot easier on your pocketbook.

Setting Up Shop

One of the great things about Los Angeles, much like New York City, is that it is truly a cultural melting pot. People from all over the world, from all walks of life, flock here for the climate, the entertainment industry and the wide open spaces. Of course, because of its close proximity to Mexico, Spanish is the first language for many of the areas inhabitants, and this is especially so for Huntington Park. With its bustling Latino commercial district on Pacific Boulevard and several movie theaters which feature original Spanish films as well as blockbuster movies with Spanish subtitles, you may find a renewed use for your old 10th grade language arts textbook.

SoCal rental perks - or not

Although utilities and amenities differ from apartment to apartment, in most places, it is generally a given that when you rent an apartment, the appliances (particularly a stove and a refrigerator) will already be there.Not so in L.A.

With few exceptions, Los Angeles apartments do not come with a stove or a refrigerator. Either youll have to purchase your own or rent them from somewhere. Many buildings will rent appliances to you for a fee added to the monthly rent. Fees usually range anywhere from about $20 to $50 extra per month.

A few apartment units will allow for washer and dryer hookups within the apartment (you will have to buy and install your wn machines), but in most cases there are coin-operated washing machines and dryers located in an on-site laundry room.

Also, one of the perks of living in sunny Southern California is that many apartment complexes have pools. The rent for a building with a pool may be a little bit higher, but I think most people would agree that its extra money well spent - especially in August.

Neighborhoods

For those hell-bent on getting near the glamourous side of Los Angeles, a few miles to the west of Huntington Park lies the holy grail for many entertainment industry up and comers and celebrity seekers - Hollywood and Beverly Hills.But Huntington Parks closest cities include Bell, Cudahy, South Gate, and Downey, which are all similar culturally diverse neighborhoods. A little further north, youll find Downtown Los Angeles, an area with a bit of a sketchy history but which is deep in the throes of major gentrification.

Hope Street/Mountain View Ave:This area has a dense urban feel and lots of old homes and small town homes. It's one of Huntington's pricier areas. $$$$

Santa Fe Ave/Cass Place: This area has lots of small homes and small apartment complexes. It's characterized by mostly blue-collar workers and a large foreign population. $$$

E. 60th/Gifford Avenue: Up on the northeast corner of town, this neighborhood is pretty representative of Huntington as a whole. Lots of blue collar workers and a crowded, city feel with fairly cheap rents on homes and apartments. It's expensive to buy here, which is why most people rent month to month.$$$

Downtown LA:In its heyday, this was a busy urban center with fancy department stores, expensive hotels and the "the last great railway depot, Union Station," which connected it to cities all over Los Angeles and beyond. After the growth of the L.A. highway system and suburbanization encroached, the downtown area was abandoned by the wealthy and plagued by a growing low-income and homeless population. For a long time, this part of Los Angeles was associated with seediness, drugs and desolation. In recent years, however, thanks to an extensive redevelopment initiative, Downtown L.A. (or DTLA) is now touted as "New York West" by some, and is making a big, splashy comeback in the form of swanky restaurants, trendy nightclubs, cafes and sprawling loft-like apartments. $$$$

How will You Reach These Nearby Locations?

Whats the best way to travel around Los Angeles? The short answer: grab your car keys.

That being said, dont hate on L.A. Metro.Now that you've settled into your new Huntington Park neighborhood and are feeling the urge to explore the surroundings beyond your own block, in L.A., there are basically two options for getting around town. In spite of what most people say about public transportation in Los Angeles, theres a lot of options for bus and train travel. The Metro system may seem a little more difficult to navigate than, say, New York or Chicago, but thats mostly because newcomers to those cities mainly use the buses and trains to get to the center of town, i.e. Manhattan. Its easy to navigate a system that is converges from everywhere into one central location.

In the enormous spread that is Los Angeles, on any given day, you may find yourself heading to one of the many beaches, exploring the museums and diverse cultural neighborhoods in the The sprawling Valleys, or going hiking in the mountains. If youre taking public transportation, The travel time to these different locations may be long, but in the intricate web that is the L.A. Metro system, there is certainly a bus and train route that exists to get you where you want to go - if youre willing to take the time to map it out. The bonus is that, in your travels as you learn your way around, youre bound to find some hidden L.A. neighborhood gems along the way.

Traveling By Car

If youre like a large majority of people who live in Los Angeles, you will eventually get to the point where you hop in your car to get just about anywhere - even if its just up the block.At first glance, driving may seem like the fastest way to get anywhere, but given the state (and randomness) of L.A. traffic, thats not always the case. Nonetheless, traveling by car is certainly the most convenient option. If you get to know the least traffic-congested routes and all the side streets which will get you where you need to go, you can save yourself a lot of time and headaches of dealing with highway parking lots and road rage. To that end, youll want to arm yourself with either a good navigational system or a Thomas Guide.

Years ago, Thomas Guides were the travel bible of most Angelenos and no one would be caught dead without one in their car. It is a thick book of maps depicting every Los Angeles street, highway and major thoroughfare throughout the city. It has detailed directions on how to get anywhere you want to go in L.A. or area counties.In the age of technology, of course, you have a variety of online mapping systems as well as car and phone navigational programs that can easily talk or visually walk you through any destination from start to finish. But sometimes, oldies are the goodies.

Got School-Aged Kids? Do Your Research

In many cities, for families will school-aged children, the decision to move to a particular location is dictated by what school district that location falls into. Los Angeles is no different.Los Angeles Unified School district (LAUSD) covers a huge area of schools in L.A. county, including Huntington Park. LAUSD tends to get a bad rap in general from many locals, but individual schools vary widely in the level of quality and academic or extracurricular programs available. Private schools are always an option for those have extra money lying around, and L.A. has many alternative education choices, including many parents who home-school their kids.

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