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About Studio Village Apartments
Welcome to Studio Village Apartments, a wonderful apartment community with everything you're looking for. Unwind at the swimming pool or jacuzzi. At Studio Village Apartments, you're close to transportation, shopping, and entertainment. There's a perfect home for you at Studio Village Apartments. Call us at the number listed or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for availibility. (Rates Subject To Change Without Notice.)
No Pets Allowed
First Come first served
- •Built in 1964
- •169 Units/2 Stories
- 1 year
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Controlled Access
- •Maintenance on site
- •Property Manager on Site
- •Picnic Area
Fitness & Recreation
- •Fitness Center
- •Air Conditioning
- •Cable Ready
- •Walk-In Closets
- •Window Coverings
Office Hours At Studio Village Apartments
Today's Hours: By Appointment
Income Restrictions Studio Village Apartments
Income restrictions apply to some or all residents. Contact the community for more information.
|# Persons||Annual Income|
To qualify, you must be equal to or below those in the chart, based on the number of persons living in the dwelling.
Amenities & Expenses
- Laundry Facilities
- Controlled Access
- Maintenance on site
- Property Manager on Site
- Picnic Area
- Fitness Center
- Air Conditioning
- Cable Ready
- Walk-In Closets
- Window Coverings
Apartment Reviews at Studio Village Apartments
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It's tiny and bright with a very comfy bed everyday when I get home there is a place to rest my head. It's not too big but I don't feel alone At least I have a place, A place to call my home.
Very small, with one sink to accommodate as follows brushing teeth, dishes or your small garments, theirs two people in this small space the water is always shut off for repairs @ least 10 to 12 times a year, very inconvenient to come home or wake up to no water . And then there's the cock roaches that keep you on your toes everything must be sealed up at all times , but I must admit I've kept them out for the most part of this place. that's the cons . The pro's is location , convenience to all art district, and public transportation , grocery store, utilities are included in the over price rent.
ITS THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE EVERYTHING IS NEARBY EVERYONE IS SUPER NICE I LOVED IT
Very standard (small) unit. A hotplate is absolutely necessary in order to not constantly eat out everyday. No kitchens, some units have kitchenettes. Water is off about once a month. It is not the best place but is by no means the worse. It's one of those "starter" apartments. As in, you move here temporarily for a year to move to a much better more permanent place afterward. Management will make all efforts to take care of issues. Angelica (leasing agent) is very nice and sincere. Unit can become extremely hot in the summer if the AC is not always running. It is a little bit loud and distracting. Walls are somewhat thin, I can hear the next door unit slam the cabinets here and there. Parking is limited, if you work later in the evenings be prepared to park on the street.
Studios At Studio Village
I really enjoy my life here at Studio Village. It's a nice quaint space for one or two people. It's not too overwhelming, and the location is just perfect. Here you're close to the 101, 170, 5, and the 134--basically any important freeway in Los Angeles. It's also pretty central in the Valley just between Burbank and Toluca Lake as well as not too far from Sherman Oaks. I enjoy the pool here as well as the fitness area. The Resident Appreciation days are great, too! They just show that our business is appreciated. There are also nice people who are creative and in the film industry here as well. Great people, great location!
Most people would say that my 223 sq. ft apartment is a box, but I would say it is just right. I have everything I need for myself to live a happy life in L.A. I can't wait to start my new adventures in this apartment once I graduate film school.
Las Palmas is great place management will fix issues with apartment.
Simplicity At It's Finest
With the metro, shopping and fitness centers, and entertaining nightlife within walking distance, this complex is an undiscovered gem of the Los Angeles valley. A well-maintained pool, lounge, and small gym are a few of the amenities that make it unique to the area. With a friendly and helpful landlord and maintenance staff, any requests and concerns are dealt with in a timely and efficient manner. In a city whose cost of living is insanely high, this complex offers unbeatable prices, particularly for the starving actor or musician.
Points of Interest Near Studio Village Apartments
Time and Distance from Studio Village Apartments
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North Hollywood Station (Orange, Red Lines)
|15 min||0.7 mi|
|9 min||3.2 mi|
Los Angeles International Airport
|36 min||29.2 mi|
Long Beach/Daugherty Field Airport
|41 min||36.8 mi|
Burbank-Bob Hope Airport Commuter Rail (Ventura County Line)
|9 min||3.3 mi|
Downtown Burbank Commuter Rail (Ventura County, Antelope Valley Lines)
|12 min||4.0 mi|
Neighborhood - North Hollywood
One of the San Fernando Valley’s most thriving neighborhoods, North Hollywood has a growing reputation as a burgeoning arts center. With restaurants, live theater and upscale apartments that rival the rest of Los Angeles, millennials have taken notice of the emerging Arts District.
The arrival of the Metro Red Line in 2000 sparked a local migration, attracting Angelenos to take advantage of mass transit linking residents to a large part of the southland.
Situated just 6 miles northwest from Hollywood, North Hollywood — commonly known as NoHo — sits between the city of Burbank and Highway 170, bordered by Sherman Way to the north and stretching to the Ventura Freeway to the south.
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