It’s notoriously exhausting to find housing in L.A., but landing a place in La La Land is always worth the endeavor. To expedite the process for you, we’ve rounded up some of the best apartments in Los Angeles, all of which offer amazing amenities and an unparalleled city experience.
Whether you’re looking for towering luxury complexes, lowkey Hollywood bungalows or something in between, we’ve got you covered.
Here are the top 25 apartments to rent in Los Angeles.
Situated in one of L.A.’s most beloved neighborhoods, Radius Koreatown offers some pretty sweet amenities. Here, you’ll have in-unit laundry, pristine hardwood floors, incredible city views, a gym and a pet grooming service at your disposal.
Plus, Radius is also within walking distance to the Wilshire / Normandie and Wilshire / Vermont Los Angeles Metro subway stops, as well as unique bars and Korean restaurants.
To begin, tucked between iconic neighborhoods like Silver Lake and Koreatown, CitiZen offers spacious, sunlit floor plans overlooking Virgil Village’s burgeoning creative scene.
Equipped with amenities like a swimming pool, fitness center, private balconies and coffee club, this community offers Angelenos a mix of luxury and affordability that’s hard to find elsewhere.
Yes, the average one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles will run you $2,976. However, CitiZen offers two-bedroom floor plans starting at $2,890 per month.
This massive, glittering highrise is aptly named — one-bedroom floor plans start at, well, almost $10,000 per month. Tucked away at the edge of Beverly Hills and Century City, these luxury apartments not only come furnished upon request but also boast amenities like basketball courts, a swimming pool, business center, tennis courts, sauna, barbecue area and clubhouse.
Nestled in the very heart of Koreatown, The Vermont is hard to miss. This sprawling glass highrise offers Angelenos everything they might need, including a swimming pool, a newly renovated interior and a rooftop lounge. Also, cats and dogs are welcome here, too (with a $500 deposit per pet).
First off, with views overlooking Koreatown and the Hollywood Hills, St. Andrews Manor possesses a distinct historic charm reminiscent of the East Coast. This red brick building has a fully renovated interior and custom cabinetry to add to its charisma. Also, rental prices include all utilities, and it’s dog- and cat-friendly.
Angelenos looking to live in luxury are sure to find everything they need at the Orsini. This elegant, Mediterranean-inspired building offers studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments boasting nine-foot ceilings and private balconies to boot.
Situated between Downtown and Echo Park, it’s hard to beat the Orsini’s location. Tenants can easily stroll up Sunset to grab a cappuccino at Eightfold Coffee, drive Downtown to restaurants and bars or catch a baseball game at Dodger Stadium.
Located in L.A.’s Westwood neighborhood, the Den on Levering is the perfect mix of modern luxury and Westside charm. The Den offers residents decks with sprawling views. Also, the fireplaces and sophisticated granite countertops are a perfect addition. Plus, it’s minutes from the University of California Los Angeles and Westwood Village, hugging the 10 and 405 freeways for easy access to the city.
The Glendon is another Westside luxury apartment complex, boasting amenities like an edgeless infinity pool and walk-in closets. Also, and don’t forget to check out the stunning courtyard — it is home to a soothing trickling fountain, plus elegant outdoor foliage.
Located in the northern section of Hollywood, Fleur de Lis, built in the 1930s, is a true Art Deco gem. This beautiful building consists of two duplex penthouse apartments, as well as studios and one-bedroom floor plans. Utilities come included in the rental price at Fleur de Lis.
Steps away from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Havenhurst is slightly reminiscent of Parisian apartments, complete with an elegant courtyard and water fountain. The Havenhurst offers affordability at the heart of Hollywood’s hustle and bustle, making it perfect for those looking to explore L.A.’s extraordinary entertainment scene.
Spacious and modern, Junction 4121’s floor plans are streaming with light trickling over the Hollywood Hills. New hardwood flooring and Instagram-worthy appliances are just some of the perks of living in this swanky apartment complex; it’s located in Silver Lake, one of L.A.’s most sought-after neighborhoods. Be aware that the price here is much steeper than average (a one-bedroom will run you between $3,109 and $4,027 a month).
If you want to live in La La Land à la Zooey Deschanel, look no further. Much of the hit series “New Girl” was filmed at Binford Lofts, an industrial warehouse-turned-loft in the middle of the Arts District. Exposed brick, concrete beams and open floor plans give these apartments their distinct flair. All in all, you will find easy access to breweries, coffee shops and art spaces here — making it the ultimate place for creatives to call home.
Barrington Plaza will make you feel like you live in a five-star resort year-round. Spacious, modern interiors complete with balconies give this Silicon Beach property its home-like touch. Additionally, check out the Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts and breakfast bar — a perfect touch to everyday living.
Surrounded by lush greenery, a swimming pool and a serene courtyard, the Fontenoy feels like Hollywood’s very own hidden garden oasis. A studio will average $1,695 per month here, while a two-bedroom penthouse suite goes for $3,050 per month.
Conveniently located near the 10 Freeway, Zoe Loft Apartments offer sophisticated, modern interiors and proximity to L.A.’s major shopping destinations, like the Grove, Platform and Beverly Center. In addition to its location, this complex also boasts a rooftop deck, expansive city views and a swimming pool.
Nature lovers will feel right at home in Rancho Los Feliz, due to it bordering the famous Griffith Park and the Los Angeles River. Canopied with lush trees and greenery, this complex also offers easy access to the Los Feliz golf course and unparalleled shopping and dining experiences in Atwater Village, too.
LEVEL Furnished Living apartments are just about the best Downtown L.A. has to offer, with open-concept floor plans, gourmet kitchens and envy-inducing city views. It’s walking distance from much of DTLA’s historic theaters, bars, restaurants and shops. Plus, it’s equipped with top-of-the-line fitness and wellness centers.
First, Park La Brea promises a proprietary blend of “luxury, recreation, culture and convenience,” and it definitely lives up to its word. Outfitted with granite countertops, parquet wood floors and a saltwater swimming pool, Park La Brea is a true Mid City gem. Plus, these apartments are right across from the Grove shopping center and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
L.A. techies live large at Playa Summit, which flaunts features including soaring cathedral ceilings, an in-complex movie theater, a library, a clubhouse and fitness centers. Though Playa Summit is close to the action of Silicon Beach, it’s located in a quiet neighborhood, so you don’t have to sacrifice serenity for convenience.
Firstly, charming, tree-lined bungalows in the middle of Hollywood are just about as good as it gets. Hollywood Off Vine is just minutes away from this iconic neighborhood’s landmarks, as well as everyday necessities like restaurants, shops and parks.
Firstly, Piccadilly might as well be named the Koreatown Castle because that’s precisely what this beautiful building looks like. Complete with peaked towers and elegant archways, Piccadilly resides in Koreatown’s calmer quarters, making it a prime location for K-Towners who enjoy their peace and quiet.
Heads up, jet-setters: If you’re a frequent flyer, consider Concourse, a resort-style community close to Los Angeles International Airport. Choose from furnished or unfurnished apartments and enjoy the complex’s swimming pool, hot tub, state-of-the-art fitness center and coworking lounge. Some units are co-living suites, while others are for those flying solo.
The Barclay is yet another historic Koreatown icon. Complete with an elegant courtyard and renovated interiors, you’d never guess this building is pushing 100 years old. You can find studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans here, ranging from $1,025 to $1,795+ monthly.
The Langham Apartments are just a stone’s throw away from the Barclay. Additionally, they offer a similarly elegant, luxurious feel with a twist of affordability. Come for the Hollywood royalty-era nostalgia; stay for the views. Oh and, all utilities are included here.
North of Koreatown, Gramercy Towers apartments are the peak of classic luxury and modern comfort. All in all, one step into the building’s lobby transports you back to the roaring 20s, while the building’s spacious floor plans and sweeping city views remind you: You’re here now, and you made it to L.A.
The best apartments in Los Angeles
Life in L.A. might move fast, but there’s nothing like coming home and winding down in one of the city’s most sought-after apartments. From upscale penthouse views to historic K-Town charm, each apartment offers an extraordinary taste of SoCal city life that’s hard to find elsewhere. Find apartments for rent in Los Angeles today.
We looked at all available multifamily rental property inventory from January to June 2021 on Rent. to determine which properties with a Los Angeles mailing address are most viewed by organic internet searches. The information included in this article is used for illustrative purposes only. The data contained herein does not constitute financial advice, availability or a pricing guarantee for any apartment.