Chinatown Petfriendly - Petfriendly Rentals In Chinatown
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Chinatown Petfriendly

Unfurnished, Upper, Apartment, Will Consider Pet, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Carpet and Tile Floors, 1-car Gated Parking, elevator, laundry on site, stove, microwave, dishwasher, controlled access building, air conditioner, central air, central heat, Lease term is 1 year. $1650 monthly rent plus $1650 for security deposit. Will consider up to 2 pets (each under 22 lbs) with additional $600 pet deposit. Utilities: water and trash are covered. Cozy and pet-friendly 1bed/1bath apartment in China Town Downtown Los Angeles. Comes with 1 parking space in a gated underground parking garage. Carpet and tile flooring throughout the unit. Kitchen appliances includes microwave, stove/oven, dishwasher, sink's garbage disposal, and granite countertop. Central A/C air-conditioning and heating system. The apartment building also comes with an on-site laundry room for tenant's convenience. Very convenient location that's close to shops, restaurants and the freeways. Please call our office during business hours (Monday through Fridays 9am to 5:30pm) to schedule a viewing or to ask for more information., Paid water & trash, $1,650.00, 1650 deposit,
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About Chinatown
LA's Chinatown is located downtown, just south of Dodger Stadium. For the most part, its territory is circumscribed by the 110, 101, and 5 freeways. As one might expect, Chinatown is awash with small, Asian-American-owned businesses like specialty grocery stores, bargain retail establishments, and authentic Asian food restaurants. The area's population is predominantly Asian American, as well. Circa the year 2000, Chinatown's population began to dwindle as many of its residents emigrated to Monterey Park, but like the rest of Downtown Los Angeles, it is now undergoing a modest renaissance.

Easy access to most of LA's major freeways puts Chinatown firmly in the middle of the city's hustle and bustle and, traffic permitting, makes for strong cross-metropolis mobility; the Metro Rail station there and its proximity to the Metro's Downtown confluence help in this department as well. Traffic congestion and parking scarcity can both be issues in Chinatown, but that tends to be true of the Downtown area more generally, so just plan ahead.
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