Chinatown Petfriendly - Petfriendly Rentals In Chinatown
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Chinatown Petfriendly



Unfurnished, Upper, Apartment, Will consider pet, 2 bedrooms, 2 Baths, One year minimum lease, Tile Floors, 1-car Garage parking, laundry on site, refrigerator, stove, microwave, OPEN HOUSE 10-6 weekdays, 12-4 Saturday & Sunday About The Unit: - 2 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - NEW Tile Flooring - NEW Kitchen Cabinets W/ Granite Counters - NEW Stove/ Fridge/ Microwave - NEW Tiled Bathrooms (toilet, tub, sink etc.) - NEW Moldings - NEW Recess Lighting - Freshly Painted - AC Wall Unit in Living Area About The Building: - On Site Laundry - 1 Parking Spaces w/ apartment - Pets Okay - Water and Trash Included Monthly Rent $2,195.00 Deposit $2,195.00 Application Fee: $25.00 Pet Deposit: $250 1 Year Lease Located in Chinatown, walking distance to Grand Park, DTLA, near Echo Park, Silverlake walking distance to Sunset Blvd, Dodger Stadium, Gold Room, Short Stop, Guisados Tacos, Echoplex, Echo Park Lake Hollywood, DTLA, Silver Lake, Angelino Heights, Stadium Way Short commute to USC, FIDM, 110 Pasadena Fwy, 101 Hollywood Fwy, 5 Sacramento Fwy, Paid water & trash, 1000 sqft $2,195.00, 2195 deposit,
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Unfurnished, Freestanding, House, Will consider pet, 2 bedrooms, 1 Bath, One year minimum lease, New Hardwood Floors, Street parking, refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, yard, patio, washer and dryer hookups, Good downtown views of the city., 850 sqft $2,450.00, 2450 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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