In Downtown LA, you can save just under $20,000 per year by choosing to have a roommate rather than live alone in a 1-bed apartment. In Hollywood, Santa Monica, Westwood and Redondo Beach you will save on average over $15,000.
In TriBeCa, renters are saving over $25K per year by renting with roommates when compared with the average price of a 1-bed apartment in the same area.₃ In Gramercy, SoHo, Chelsea, Greenwich Village and FiDi you can save over $20,000 per year.
We’re, like, so excited to welcome you to the San Fernando Valley (a.k.a. The Valley)! Home to nearly 2 million people, you likely know the Valley's most famous residents, The Kardashians- who live in upscale Calabasas - but with 34 distinct areas, you don’t need to be a Kardashian to live here.
As with any form of online transaction, it's important to be careful and safety conscious when renting or subletting a room. Here are our top tips to help you stay safe, plus answers to FAQs about what SpareRoom does to look after you.
Located in the northwestern corner of LA, Malibu, Pacific Palisades and Topanga Canyon have the panoramic ocean views. A favorite of artists due to the harmony of sun and sea, living in one of these neighborhoods will give you the quintessential California coastal experience!
Two of America's most iconic beach towns, Santa Monica and Venice’s unique blend of surf, sand and sea brings together locals and tourists alike. If Santa Monica is the popular girl in high school, then Venice is her hipster cousin. If beach living is your thing, don't miss these two neighborhoods.
These are the real money spots... literally! One of the most famous and coveted zip codes in America, 90210 (Beverly Hills) has celebs, expensive cars, movie star mansions and luxurious shopping, while neighboring zip code 90077 (Beverly Glen and Bel Air) has sweeping views of DTLA and beyond.
Nestled between Beverly Hills and Hollywood, the trendy and progressive neighborhood of West Hollywood has made a name for itself as the so-called heart of LA, known for a vibrant nightlife, buzzing restaurant scene, and the glitzy-yet-grimy Sunset Strip.
Welcome to Hollywood, where the stars are everywhere: in the sidewalk, in the sky, and if you’re lucky, maybe even standing next to you on the street. From the chaos of Hollywood Blvd. to the iconic Hollywood sign in the Hills, Hollywood has tons to offer. Don't miss this classic LA neighborhood!