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Studio City, California, 91604
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,720 - $2,555
2 Bedrooms$2,775 - $3,865
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Studio City, California, 91604
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Valley Village, California, 91607
1 Bedroom$2,010 - $2,445
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An Extravagant City
Studio City is the city to go to for an extravagant and enriching living experience. Apartments for rent in Studio City have made living the good life simple. A staple for celebrities, you’re in walking distance of many Hollywood Studios: Universal, Paramount, Walt Disney and CBS Studios are among the many located in our area for easy access to the stars! Ventura Boulevard stretches far and wide for a shopping experience lined by tall palm trees in a natural and warm setting.
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With a variety of stunning apartments for rent all throughout the area, picking the right place to move into can be difficult. When you use MyNewPlace you’ll find all the information you need browsing through the properties. Because you’re looking in the heart of Hollywood, many rentals feature luxurious fitness centers and outdoor swimming pools to stay fit over the year. Floor plans, interactive maps and more are available so you can discover the apartment that will most entice you.
Studio City In The Larger LA Area, a Sports Capital
While this is the ideal place for renting an apartment, you also have all of the entertainment of Los Angeles right at your doorstep. Home of the basketball team, the Los Angeles Lakers, you can catch a game at their arena, the Staples Center, which is a multipurpose arena capable of seating over 20,000 people. The Staples Center is also home to many concerts from the country’s most popular artists. Baseball is a large commodity as well; catch the Los Angeles Dodgers in play at the Dodger Stadium, which seats over 50,000 people.
Perfect for the Family
Rentals in Studio City are also beneficial for families. This is the home of Beeman Park, also known as the Studio City Recreation Center. This massive park contains lighted basketball courts, a baseball diamond, and a children’s playground among many other features suited for children and adults alike. Ventura Boulevard provides opportunities for bonding with the family through the shopping district, in addition to many art galleries, award winning dining, and the Studio City Theatre, a performing arts center that offers workshops for young actors.
Education is Fundamental
The city may be best known for extravagant shopping and the entertainment industry, but education is an important aspect too. Living in the area brings your closer to amazing educational opportunities. A variety of public and private schools exist for your convenience. North Hollywood High School is the largest school in the area with more than 3,000 students in attendance. Also, located just 20 minutes away is the University of California, Los Angeles. There are also multiple performing arts centers for acting and music classes. With the variety of educational and entertainment opportunities available, Studio City is the right destination to apartment hunt!
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Studio City Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Studio City have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In January the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Studio City apartment cost $2,127. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Studio City apartment was $2,523 in January. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Studio City rentals listed below.
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I've got dogs. What are the best places in Studio City for being outdoors with pets?
Situated on Studio City's Fryman Road, Wilacre Park is a hidden gem with magnificent hiking trails and stunning views. Dogs are allowed on the premises as long as they are kept on a leash. Laurel Canyon Dog Park is the local off-leash dog park, located on Mulholland Drive. This clean dog park features separate areas for large and small dogs with lots of space for your pup to run around and play. Surrounded by breathtaking mountains, Laurel Canyon truly is "doggie heaven". The local park has been featured on HBO's Entourage and is even known for the occasional celebrity sighting!
How is the school system in Studio City?
Students in Studio City are zoned to LA's Unified School District. The designated schools include Carpenter Avenue Elementary, Rio Vista Elementary, Walter Reed Middle School, and North Hollywood High School. The school district is excellent, receiving an outstanding score of 9 out of 10 on Greatschools.org for their above-average test scores. Several private schools are also within the vicinity including Campbell Hall Episcopal School, Oakwood Elementary School, Harvard-Westlake Upper School, and Bridges Academy.
Does Studio City have a downtown area where a lot of people walk around?
Yes. In fact, downtown Studio City is considered one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The neighborhood's main drag lies on Ventura Blvd, which runs through Studio City. This principal thoroughfare is lined by palms, grocery stores, galleries, stylish retail stores and eateries, and coffee shops. Another interesting, pedestrian-friendly area of Studio City is the bohemian enclave of Tujunga Village, a one-block stretch flanked on both sides by open air cafes, restaurants, vintage boutiques, and a small theater.
What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Studio City?
As a very small neighborhood in Los Angeles, one can't really divide Studio City much further. But we can discuss its attributes. It's quite highly populated and is full of apartment complexes, not houses, so families won't have much space, or much of a chance of a backyard. As far as neighbors are concerned, they're mostly young professionals. Thus, Studio City, as a neighborhood itself, might not be the best place for families looking for space for their children to play, or playmates for them.