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Apartment Ratings and Reviews in Los Angeles, CA

1,682Properties
9,139Ratings & Reviews
62%City Average
$1,663 - $2,643 up $6 this yearEstimated rent for 1-bedroom
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Sierra House Apartments

1420 N Sierra Bonita Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
 
22

03/01/14 by anonymous: Requests for fixes go with promises and no action. You'll wait months and it's always "next week we will fix that" and it doesn't happen. Management does not care. The hallways and lobby are in old and in a state of disrepair. more

17%

Clarington Apartments

3475 Clarington Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034
 
14

10/05/13 by justinfakhrai: I lived here at this apartment at the beginning of this year. (btw, the address is 3767 Clarington Ave) Let me tell you what happened to me. Before I signed the contract, they showed me the demo studio which was nice, then when I moved in they put me into another unit that's near smart and finals. You can read the other reviewers' reviews (including the filtered one). Car more

17%

Park Overland Apartments (formerly 2600 Overland Apartments)

2600 Overland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90064
 
10

02/02/14 by anonymous: It used to be great, susan the manager is great! But ever since Moss and Company took over, it's been he'll. they raise the rent twice a year, don't rent here!!! more

17%

Renaissance Tower

501 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015
 
44
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10/24/13 by anonymous: (1) My rent for a STUDIO is $1680. On top of that, I pay for internet and electricity...and yes, also trash and water. IF YOU PLAN ON MOVING HERE, MAKE SURE TO ASK THE LEASING AGENT EXACTLY WHAT YOU WILL BE PAYING FOR BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT TELL Y OU IF YOU DON'T ASK. I chose to move here because I thought $1680 was an okay price since parking is included but no one told me I more

16%

Casa California (formerly The Oxford Collection)

835 South Oxford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90005
 
11
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11/06/13 by anonymous: Bed bugs. Management will tell you they are eradicated. Don't believe them!!! Please!!! I've attached a picture of a bite. more

15%

Graystone Manor

1425 N Sierra Bonita Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
 
10

08/27/13 by scottmiles321984@gmail.com: Elevator seems to be broken every week. They also allow broken down cars to be in the garage with expired tags as well. Very loud community, but is expected to be when it is just a block from Sunset Blvd. more

15%

Park West Apartments

9400 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045
 
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22

05/16/14 by anonymous: Please don't give any more money to this apartment company. I made the mistake of staying because it is such a hassle to move and they lured me in with a low $400 deposit. I had just moved to California and was so tired of looking for apartments and living in a hotel that I took the bait and at first lived in a studio. It was dark and noisy. I can't tell you how many times I called more

14%

5119 Maplewood

5119 Maplewood Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004
 
11

01/24/14 by anonymous: Nice apartments but terrible management. Fahim is polite but very hard to reach and takes a while to get back to you (despite the office being in the building) The women who work in the office are very short on the phone. Rent has increased drastically since the new management has taken over. Neighbors are loud. If you have the money and want a very large apartment, live here, just more

14%

St. Tropez Apartments

1237 N. Sycamore Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038
 
21
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12/08/11 by LArenter6459: There seem to be claims of a management change since I lived here, but it looks like it's still run by HMMY Management, which is the same management that ran it when I lived here. Besides all of the issues with living conditions, which have already been addressed in the reviews below (my main issue was the constant smell of dog pee in the elevator and hallway), the biggest one more

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Westside Tower at Culver City (formerly Keystone Place Apartments)

3740 Keystone Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90034
 
14

08/02/07 by anonymous: After living here a month I got a surprise bill from a 3rd party billing company called AUM. The bill was for water/sewer/trash. They were nice enough to charge me a $10 activation fee as well as a $3 admin charge. I figured I would just pay it so I go online and sure enough there is a $5 fee for paying with a credit card. I'm really having a hard time swallowing $13 in fees for a bill more

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