Los Angeles Apartments For Rent

Viewing 13 apartments in Los Angeles
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Linden Apartments
New Luxury Apartments
The Linden
434 E 4th St - Long Beach, CA
1 bed$2,500+
2 bed$3,100+
Alamitos apartments
Now Pre-leasing
The Alamitos
101 Alamitos Ave. - Long Beach, CA
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The Pacific apartments
Coming Late 2019
The Pacific
230 W. 3rd Street - Long Beach, CA
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FountainGlen Pasadena (55+)
775 E Union St - Pasadena, CA
1 bed$2,036+
2 bed$2,721+
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FountainGlen Stevenson Ranch (55+)
25536 Fountain Glen Ct - Stevenson Ranch, CA
1 bedContact
2 bed$1,724+
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FountainGlen Valencia (55+)
23941 Decoro Dr - Valencia, CA
1 bed$1,851+
2 bed$2,178+
Pine at 6th Apartments Building Photo
Pine at 6th
555 Pine Ave - Long Beach, CA
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Rancho Corrales Apartments Building Photo
Rancho Corrales Apartment Homes
643 Country Club Dr - Simi Valley, CA
1 bed$2,079+
2 bed$2,234+
Sunset Vine Tower Apartments
Sunset Vine Tower
1480 Vine St, - Los Angeles, CA
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The Boulevard Apartments Building Photo
The Boulevard
20600 Ventura Blvd - Woodland Hills, CA
1 bed$2,072+
2+ bed$2,612+
The Knolls Apartments Building Photo
The Knolls
2544 Vista Wood Cir - Thousand Oaks, CA
1 bed$2,239+
2 bed$2,146+
3 bed$2,690+
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Wakaba LA
232 E 2nd St - Los Angeles, CA
1 bed$2,256+
2 bed$2,609+
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Westlake Canyon
2338 Fountain Crest Lane - Thousand Oaks, CA
1 bed$2,007+
2 bed$2,255+

Los Angeles Apartment Living

Los Angeles has a reputation it’ll never be able to shake. From star-spotting to endless entertainment, everyone can get a taste of the grand lifestyle with the shopping and amenities featured in the area. However, many areas make up this metropolis.

For those out of the area, many neighborhoods may not be well-known by name, but they’re certainly worth looking closer at.

In reality, the Greater Los Angeles Area is often remembered for the vibrant city landscape found in the Downtown area. It never goes to sleep and is broken up into small cultural hubs where the stores and restaurants take on a different flavor. From Chinatown and Little Tokyo to the Arts District and more, this is where the city was born.

However, there is plenty to do all day both inside and outside of the Downtown area. More shopping and entertainment awaits in more laidback neighborhoods that many won’t ever have the pleasure of knowing.

Plus, college towns like Fullerton bring plenty to the table for residents of all ages, and they attract many families who are looking for job opportunities and a fun lifestyle as they take in the sights and amenities the area has to offer.

Waterfront destinations are popular too with a bit more of an airy feel compared to the city heights. And, no one can talk about the LA area without mentioning the many historical landmarks that dot across it.

If you’re looking for a high-end, safe, and attractive living option, look no further than our apartments in Aliso Viejo, Downtown LA, Fullerton, Long Beach, Pasadena, Simi Valley, Stevenson Ranch, Thousand Oaks, Valencia, or Woodland Hills.

At the end of the day, no matter which place you call home, you won’t be far from the California dream.