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Koreatown Condos

Unfurnished, Upper Front, Condo, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, Garage Parking, elevator, wheelchair accessible, pool, quiet neighborhood , stove, microwave, dishwasher, balcony, patio, controlled access building, air conditioner, central air, central heat, washer and dryer in unit, In the heart of central Los Angeles, Solair stands firms on the corner of Western Ave and Wilshire Blvd. This beautiful unit showcases its elaborate Italian ceramic tiles, dark hardwood flooring and custom natural stone. The open, spacious 2 bed and 3 bath is eloquently planned out with a gorgeous family den. Relax and unwind on the sky deck and immerse yourself in the heated pool. Excellent amenities include a fitness and strength training center. Positioned on the southeast corner Complete with a gated dog park and a sweeping view of the captivating Los Angeles landscape. Also includes 2 car, side by side parking. Minutes to Downtown LA, Hollywood, USC, Hancock Park, Miracle Mile, Beverly Hills, etc., Paid water & hot water & trash & electricity & gardener & pool service & association fees, 1700 sqft $4,900.00 , 4900 deposit,
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About Koreatown
Koreatown is the most densely populated neighborhood in all of Los Angeles, and one of the most ethnically diverse. As its name would suggest, Koreatown is home to a significant concentration of Korean-American residents and Korean-American culture, but its Latino population is actually its largest. The neighborhood is absolutely teeming with restaurants, from hole-in-the-wall joints to more pricey, all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue establishments; there are even Korean-Mexican fusion taco trucks that have become popular city-wide in recent years.

If you want to live car-free in LA, Koreatown might well be the very best place to do so: it is a top-five most walkable neighborhood (according to Walk Score) and its public transportation is phenomenal. Between the Red Line, Purple Line, and myriad Metro bus stops, you can get virtually anywhere you need to go in the entire county. Koreatown is close to such local destinations as Downtown Los Angeles, the Miracle Mile, and the Fairfax District. Primary arteries: Wilshire, Olympic, 3rd, Normandie, Western.