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About 2892 W 7th St Los Angeles, CA 90005
Classic a 1920s NYC style building in the heart of Koreatown / Westlake area. Studio includes brick walls, hardwood floors, ceiling fans, tons of storage as well as all utilities included. Several Units 208,405, (March 2018) and 511 (April 2018)
Walking distance to Wilshire/Vermont subway station and many buslines. Convenient to DTLA ,USC, Hollywood, Silverlake. 2 miles north of I-10 freeway. Open houses are 5pm to 7pm on Thursday, Saturday 10am-12 noon.
1250.00 -1355 a month rent plus SCEP fee ($3.61) $1255-1355.00 Deposit O.A.C. $35 non refundable application fee per applicant (all adults living in the unit must submit an application) 6% late fees on rents accepted after the 1st of the month.
Pet friendly building, (1) dog up to 60 pounds (some breed restrictions) or up to 2 cats. $100.00 pet deposit (for first pet) $35 for the second plus a pet application fee $100.00.
Refrigerator options: Buy one from us used for $275.00 or supply your own.
As the name suggests, the atmosphere in Koreatown is heavily influenced by Korean culture, and it is a favorite destination among foodies city-wide for its endless selection of authentic Korean restaurants. But the community has a much more diverse character than that: The broad range of cultural influences is exemplified in landmarks like the synagogue/contemporary art gallery of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Latin fusion cuisine of Roy Choi’s restaurants, and the popular German/Korean/Hawaiian tinged gastropub, Biergarten.
As one of the most popular sections of LA during Hollywood’s golden age, many historic buildings, bars, and restaurants have been preserved or restored to transport patrons to another time—in fact, the interiors of several local eateries were used as locations for the 1960s-set TV series, “Mad Men.