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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br||1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba||1||600 SF|
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|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Bed||626 Sq Ft||$1,960||$4,890||$9,950|
|2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Beds||908 Sq Ft||$2,330||$11,056||$25,378|
|3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds||1231 Sq Ft||$1,000||$4,278||$7,322|
|4 Beds 4 Beds 4 Beds||1850 Sq Ft||$4,250||$4,550||$4,850|
About 3192 W 7th St Los Angeles, CA 90005
Newly Remodeled 1 Bedroom Apartment $1680/month ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED!! Gas, Electricity, Trash and Water. **1 Bedroom and large living area. **Modern Kitchen Cabinets with STAINLESS STEEL WHIRLPOOL MICROWAVE, DISHWASHER AND STOVE. **LARGE Walk-In Closet **LED Lighting throughout apartment **Hardword Floors **Modern LARGE bathroom cabinet and a large bathtub. GATED PARKING available upon request. Laundry room onsite. WALKING DISTANCE TO: Southwestern Law School Robert F. Kennedy Schools Vermont Metro Restaurants Shops CLOSE TO: USC FIDM LACC FOR ANY QUESTIONS CALL show contact info AND ASK FOR LAUREN. Bring copies of your proof of income (pay stubs or tax returns / bank statements), copies of ID and ssn cards to qualify FASTER! Good credit a must!
Amenities & Expenses
- Laundry Facilities
- Smoke Free
No Pets Allowed
- 12 Months
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Smoke Free
Neighborhood - Koreatown
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.