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Apartments in Studio City, CA

335 apartments and houses for rent in Studio City, CA

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City Guide for Apartments in Studio City
Studio City Apartments for rentIf Hollywood is the capitol of acting, Studio City is its favorite suburb. What was initially named after a studio lot established by film producer Mack Sennett in the 20s has turned into one of the favorite places for the Hollywood industry to call home.

It's a renter's neighborhood with about 60% of housing dedicated to rentals. Couple that with it being one of the most expensive neighborhoods to live in Los Angeles and having an already high demand, and you are left with a difficult area to find rentals. Try using an apartment finder for your apartment search to find more quality apartments for rent in order to maximize your options.

The town is known for having an older residence with an average age around 38. The area has had a history of little crime and has several public and private schools like Emerson Academy for Arts and Society, that have received high ratings and reviews. It's easy to see why it is considered a very family-friendly area. Although Studio City is a smaller neighborhood, that doesn't stop the local Parks and Recreation from providing several well-kept parks such as Beeman Park and its auditorium, bbq pits, lighted baseball diamond and running tracks, pet-friendly Wilacre Park, and several others perfect for children and toddlers.

The City has many pockets that suit its family-friendly type of atmosphere. You can find houses for rent in these areas, though if you want to be closer to the dining and shopping districts, the closer to Ventura Boulevard, the better. The apartment buildings range from newly-developed luxury apartments to spacious studio apartments (occasionally with utilities included) alongside Ventura. It's always a good idea to use an apartment guide to map out which apartments are closest to where you want to be and to find those rare cheap apartments with all bills paid.

Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $1,866
1 Bedroom $2,146
2 Bedroom $2,978
3 Bedroom $5,268

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist Studio City, California: $2,390

User reviews for apartments in Studio City, California
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars, 31 reviews
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greatest run
I loved living in this area. After work I'd run to the beach boarwalk and continue all the way to Venice, where you can buy a nice refreshment and run/walk back in the sunset
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UCLA
Great for westwood living
Close to UCLA and a great place to live in your early 20s
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UCLA, Bain & Company
Amazing area
Great location, walking distance to Wilshire which includes numerous restaurants, Whole Foods and bars. Quick walk to the bus system which can take you all over LA and less than 2 miles from the beach. Would highly recommend!
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Stanford
INTERN HEAVEN
Interning in LA for the summer? Need to live somewhere safe, affordable and around great people. Then Westwood is a must.
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Stanford
Brentwood
If you're an east coast transplant and you hate being stuck in traffic then Brentwood is the place for you. Lots of shops and restaurants to walk to. Sleepy and quiet on the weekends- it's the perfect small town in the city.
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Stanford
La Provence Patisserie
Best place for Breakfast pastries in the area. Call ahead to order their specialty cream cheese croissants!
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Stanford
Sor Tino Restaurant
Sortino is a fantastic Italian restaurant just a quick walk up from Mayfield. The Gnocchi is best in LA
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Stanford
Building Internet
The only minus is that this place needs to get Verizon FIOS!!!
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Stanford
Luxe@Mayfield
Great LA Apartment living, excellent staff and a premium location between Barrington and San Vicente. Shops and Restaurants of downtown Brentwood are just a five minute stroll up Barrington.
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Duke, USC
Wilshire Corridor
Wilshire Corridor is great in terms of being centrally located in the city (near the 405, the 10, Century City, and Beverly Hills). Cons are that there isn't a ton of stuff in walking distance and the residents tend to be older. Most of the buildings are top-notch, full-service, which is hard to find elsewhere in LA.
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Stanford
the walkable LA experience
West Hollywood, or WeHo, provides with a unique opportunity to enjoy the LA city life without driving long distances in order to get to the main point of interest. Cafes, gyms, bars of all (all!) kinds and some of the most amazing restaurants in California (some of them open 24/7!) are all withing walking distance.
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USC, Stanford
Best place to live on the westside
Walking distance to beach, great bars, diverse restaurants (hole-in the wall and Michelin star rated), gyms, grocery stores...and parking is not terrible (for santa monica)
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Westwood south of Wilshire has lots of little restaurants lining the street.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
People try to use Lindbrok and Ashton as way to get around part of Westwood traffic. Be mindful if you live on these roads!
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Wilshire Blvd traffic gets really backed up in the afternoon.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
The Century City Mall is super nice, and houses a big movie theater. Very convenient shopping space if you live near here.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Santa Monica in WeHo is the home to a lot of nightlife in LA (restaurants, nightclubs), and it's also the most popular place to live for LA's gay community.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Century City is like "new downtown" Lots of tall modern sky scrapers and largely commercial. Not many people "live" here though, so be mindful that at night it's a ghost town.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
If you live on Adelaide, be aware: There is a super popular set of stairs down to Entrada that hundred of Angelenos use to exercise every weekend. They'll park on your street.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
There is a cluster of bars/lounges here that caters to the 20-something college grad folk (Cabo Cantina, Q's, and Bruhaus)
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Mapleton has some of the nicest/largest mansions in LA. The Playboy Mansion is on this street.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
The 405/Wilshire intersection is one of the worst bottlenecks of traffic in the city. So be mindful if you're choosing to live on one side of the 405, and work on the other
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Most of the year, there's a really popular farmer's market once a week right here.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Tons of people go on a run around the Brentwood Country Club. There's a dirt path that completely circles the course.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
There's a 9 hole pitch-and-putt course in Holmby Park, so live near here and bring your wedge over on the weekend.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Westwood Park has tennis and basketball courts, great for weekend workouts.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Westwood has lots of quick/casual food options because it caters to the UCLA community and all the professionals who work on Wilshire Corridor
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
Brentwood is one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Car-Crazy LA. Park your car on Friday and don't have to use it until Monday
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
There are a bunch of cool stores and restaurants up at Sunset and Barrington (and a Starbucks, Subway, Bakery). Very walkable neighborhood.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
The dog park has about 40 public parking spaces, where you can park overnight. So if apartments near here only offer one space, but you need two, I recommend parking here at night.
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Duke, Goldman Sachs
There's an awesome dog park here, for those of you with canine friends.
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