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287 apartments for rent near Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA

2135 Park Drive
Echo Park
3 Bed
$7,350
Morton Gardens
1801 Morton Ave
1 Bed
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2 Bed
$2,550
3 Bed
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1426 Fairbanks Place
Echo Park
3 Bed
$3,295
Results within 1 miles of Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA
Wakaba
232 E 2nd St
Studio
$2,105
1 Bed
$2,400
2 Bed
$3,258
AVA Little Tokyo
236 S Los Angeles St
Studio
$2,165
1 Bed
$2,230
2 Bed
$2,910
Jia
639 N Broadway
Studio
$1,930
1 Bed
$2,135
2 Bed
$2,830
Pegasus
612 S Flower St
Studio
$1,935
1 Bed
$2,225
2 Bed
$2,995
eaves Los Feliz
3100 Riverside Dr
1 Bed
$1,905
2 Bed
$2,550
Metro 417
417 S Hill St
Studio
$2,037
1 Bed
$2,150
2 Bed
$3,296
Mozaic at Union Station
888 N Alameda St
Studio
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1 Bed
$2,115
2 Bed
$2,690
Glo
1050 Wilshire Blvd
Studio
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1 Bed
$2,290
2 Bed
$2,675
Milano Lofts
609 S Grand Ave
Studio
$2,085
1 Bed
$2,805
2 Bed
$3,300
Marseilles
249 S La Fayette Park Pl
Studio
$1,473
1 Bed
$1,574
2 Bed
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Sakura Crossing
235 S San Pedro St
Studio
$1,865
1 Bed
$2,100
2 Bed
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Hikari
375 E 2nd St
Studio
$1,880
1 Bed
$2,170
2 Bed
$2,830
630 North GRAND Avenue
Chinatown
2 Bed
$2,595
360 West AVENUE 26
Montecito Heights
1 Bed
$2,495
1617 Golden Gate Avenue
Silver Lake
2 Bed
$2,700
2300 Lake View Ave
Silver Lake
3 Bed
$4,500
108 West 2ND Street
Downtown Los Angeles
1 Bed
$3,400
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City Guide
Echo Park, Los Angeles
Bordered by all the major freeways and close to downtown, Echo Park is one of Los Angeles’ most conveniently located neighborhoods. Nearby to some of the other hippest neighborhoods in L.A. like Silver Lake and Los Feliz, Echo Park has a similarly artsy vibe but is more diverse and has a slightly grittier edge.

The famously hilly streets of Echo Park give great views of downtown—and provide some sweet streetscapes for skating and biking. When you call Echo Park your home, you’ll definitely feel like you’re in the middle of the action. Whether it’s hanging out at a dive bar like the Gold Room or going to a game at Dodger Stadium, there’s no excuse for ever being bored here. Murals on the buildings give the neighborhood a colorful feel.

When you’re ready to look for an apartment for rent in Echo Park, you’ll have a lot of different housing styles for your selection. You’ll find flats in converted classic Victorian homes in the Angelino Heights section of Echo Park, traditional units in apartment complexes, and luxury condos. The only thing that remains the same across all housing types is that it’s likely to come at a premium. When a neighborhood becomes extremely popular the way Echo Park has, landlords have the advantage.

Life in Echo Park is as convenient as it is fun. It’s easy to get around the neighborhood on foot or by bike. In fact, you’ll probably find it easier to walk than to drive within Echo Park than to drive because parking is notoriously limited and hard to find—especially after 6 p.m. and on weekends. When you need to get out of the neighborhood, you can’t beat the easy access to all the major freeways. Public transportation makes it easy to get around L.A. without a car, too, thanks to the LADOT DASH rapid bus.

Even though you’re close to everything, you won’t have to leave Echo Park to have a good time. The food here is amazing, from the deep-dish pizzas at Masa of Echo Park to the Mexican food at Guisados. Many restaurants are also friendly to vegans and vegetarians. There’s a variety of chill places to get a cup of coffee, too, like Eightfold Coffee or the Woodcat Coffee Bar. Enjoy all the nightlife at the many hot spots in the neighborhood, like The Short Stop and El Prado. Catch a live performance by up-and-coming bands at The Echo. Browse for a unique outfit at one of the neighborhood’s many vintage shops or find one-of-a-kind home décor at Hemingway and Pickett.

Echo Park is very urban with a lot of shopping and densely packed buildings, but there’s also still a lot of nature to appreciate. Echo Park Lake lends the neighborhood its name, and this lake is small but relaxing. Elysian Park has hiking and biking trails, is very dog-friendly and is a great place to get some beautiful views of downtown L.A.

Finding an apartment for rent in Echo Park is likely to be more challenging than finding a good place to hang out. High demand for apartments here means that available units are quickly snapped up. Don’t be surprised if the apartments you look at are smaller and more expensive than you expected, since that’s the norm for this hot neighborhood. Come prepared to put in an application on the spot when you look at an apartment for rent since it will almost certainly be gone if you go home to think about it.

Landlords here want to see the typical credentials, like an income at least 3 times the rent and good references from previous landlords. Some apartments are pet-friendly, but you’ll want to ask before signing a lease. If pets are allowed, expect to pay additional deposits and a nominal monthly pet rent. Breed restrictions are also common. Parking is another matter you should ask about when signing your lease because many buildings do not include available parking. It’s a real perk if you find a place with included parking!

Life in Echo Park is fun, exciting and diverse. When you want to be in one of L.A.’s most interesting neighborhoods, Echo Park is home.