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Use The Los Angeles Census Data To Help You Find A Place To Rent

I saw this via Curbed LA and wanted to share it. The US Census Bureau has an excellent interactive map on its website that allows you to explore census data including income, education, employment, and ownership data. If you’re looking for a place to rent in Los Angeles, this data can help you make a better-informed decision on where to rent.

Check out the map here:

Los Angeles Rental News Roundup

Los Angeles, living in LA, living in Los Angeles

If you’re an LA renter, or you’re looking to rent in Los Angeles, I want this blog to be a source of information for you to help you decide where to live in Los Angeles and to show you the great things this city has to offer. Here are the headlines:


If you have any other news stories about Los Angeles or renting in LA, let us know in the comments!

Los Angelenos Will Actually Use Public Transportation When Available

LA Metro, Los Angeles public transportation

According to a recent USC study, Los Angelenos are actually using public transportation. While the trains are packed during rush hour, I, like many of you, have had the experience of waiting for a train during non-rush hour times and I’ve been one of the only people on the platform. However, this trend seems to be changing. Via LAist, here are some of the key findings: Read more…

Our Favorite Places In Los Angeles: LACMA

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, our favorite places in L.A.

Los Angeles is the land of the transplant. Because of this, I want to give all you newcomers a look at some of Art Deco Apartments’ favorite places in Los Angeles. Today, I want to take a look at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States with nearly a million visitors annually and 100,000 works of art. LACMA is located in The Miracle Mile, and is a short trip from Koreatown, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Hancock Park, and Mid-City. If you’re a Los Angeles County resident, LACMA is free after 3PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Read more…

Big Plans For West Hollywood Park

WeHo, West Hollywood, West Hollywood Park

Good news, West Hollywood renters, the city of West Hollywood is putting big money into its new park behind the Pacific Design Center. Curbed LA has the scoop on three new proposals for the park that include a swimming pool, basketball courts, and more. The architecture firms of Frederick Fisher, LPA, and Langdon Wilson have all submitted designs. Even though Los Angeles has made an excellent commitment as a whole to preserving and creating new green spaces, West Hollywood is going above and beyond with West Hollywood Park. If you’re looking for apartments in and around West Hollywood, check out our available apartments page.

To see artistic renderings of the new park plans, visit Curbed LA:

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