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Old 07-21-2016, 03:37 AM   #1526
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Re: Los Angeles: Things To Do And Places To Go

well dunno about prices but I'd check out eagle rock and silver lake.
mount washington is decent but not sure there are many apartments.

might be kindv cool to get a loft downtown but that's probably pretty pricey.

I'm not to familiar with areas south of the bike and I'm guessing prices are alot higher near the water but if you can afford it manhattan beach and the other beach cities would be a nice place to live and not to terrible a commute.
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Old 09-15-2016, 03:33 PM   #1527
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Re: Los Angeles: Things To Do And Places To Go

Would appreciate some feedback on which area you guy's think would be most suitable to move in to for my interests and situation:

The areas I'm considering are #1 Wilshire/2nd-ish (Bungalow area) or #2 Oceanpark/main-ish (Basement Tavern area). I currently live in a house in Palms and would be moving for nightlife/lifestyle reasons. Am 28, work from home, surf 2x/mo and have a 65lbs dog I take out for running 5x/week so it's really important that I'm in an area that's not absurdly crowded so I'm able to do that without dodging people left and right on my runs. I suspect there are residential areas near both spots (e.g. north of Wilshire or east of Main) to do this.

Nightlife wise I think in general I've grown to like a more upscale vibe - so if backwards hat college bros are more prevalent in the Ocean Park/Main (basement tavern) area then I'd prob lean towards #2.

I'm having a difficult time deciding between the two areas so would appreciate your thoughts either way. How bad is the homeless situation in #2?

Trying to stay around 3-4k/mo and would like a spot with a patio/balcony.
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Old 09-19-2016, 10:03 AM   #1528
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Re: Los Angeles: Things To Do And Places To Go

Originally Posted by NoeDamianLeite View Post
So im planning on moving to the LA area within the next 2 months. Already got a 15k bankroll built up and i plan on becoming a dealer at the Bike as well. So i was wondering where would be a nice area to get an apartment for a reasonable price around the LA area?
curious to what became of this 1-poster
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