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Downtown La Duplex

Unfurnished, Not Specified, Duplex, Cat Ok, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, Street Parking, refrigerator, stove, yard, patio, central heat, washer and dryer hookups, large kitchen with new stove and refrigerator, terraced gardens with fruit trees. Comes with ceiling fans in all the rooms rare duplex, quiet street, Elysian Park is your front yard, jogger's paradise! Note: Plenty of street parking with absolutely NO "street sweeping" days!!! Shown by appointment only, available for viewing now., Paid trash & gardener, $2,250.00 , 3000 deposit,
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Unfurnished, 2 Story, Duplex, Will Consider Pet, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Laminate, 2-car Gated Parking, refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, yard, washer and dryer hookups, Completely remodeled Victorian originally built in 1904, upstairs has three bedrooms with laminate flooring + one bathroom with shower and down stairs Living Room, dining room, den with laminate flooring + one bathroom with shower, brand new kitchen cabinets with tile flooring, laundry room, back yard with fruit trees. Parking space in the front yard inside the gate. Few minutes from music Hall, USC, LA Live, 110 fwy, 10 fwy and Staple Center. Available October 1st, 2017., Paid water & trash & gardener, $2,450.00 , 3500.00 deposit,
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About Downtown La
Downtown Los Angeles is currently undergoing a renaissance. Economic downturn rendered it an undesirable place to live, work, or play for decades, but resurgent businesses, investment from the city's elite, the renovation of old buildings, and Metro expansion have breathed new life into LA's historic center and chief business district.

Roughly 200,000 people pass through Downtown Los Angeles on a daily basis, primarily for work, but also to avail themselves of the area's up-and-coming restaurant/bar scene. The Staples Center and its LA Live complex are frequently mobbed with sports fans or concert-goers. Much of Los Angeles lacks a distinctly urban feel, but Downtown LA does not. Its collection of 'skyscrapers' (a relative term) is smaller by metropolis standards, but visibly towers over the rest of LA's flat, sprawling neighborhoods. Other architectural highlights include the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.

Residents have prime access to public transit, as Downtown Los Angeles is the hub of the LA City Metro; actually, car ownership can often require a sizable monthly fee for dedicated parking. Grocery stores and other suburban comforts are limited, but bargain shopping is abound. Downtown is also home to City Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Grand Park. Primary arteries: the 101, 110, 10, and 5 freeways.