Moving to a new city can be equal parts exciting and nerve-racking. If you’ve never been, you might be worried about how you will find your way around. Don’t fret, the unexpected can be thrilling. It gives you the opportunity to discover new things about your city and yourself After a full day of work or exploring, where you lay your head matters. Being able to come home to a fully-furnished studio apartment in Los Angeles will help make the move worthwhile.
Located near some amazing cultural spots, including the Los Angeles Conservancy, the Los Angeles Central Library, and the OUE Skyspace, this L.A. studio apartment is a great place for getting out and enjoying the city. This home at the Sofia is located in the heart of one of the city’s fastest-growing neighborhoods and from here, you’ll have easy access to the central business district. Back at home, you’ll have access to a community pool, 24-hour gym, yoga studio and BBQs and fire pits for al fresco living.
For things to do when you’re not working, this apartment means you’ll be close to museums, restaurants, and bars. You’ll also be within close proximity to many major concerts and sporting events. It’s been said that you haven’t truly experienced a concert until you’ve seen one at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
On the west end of Mid-Wilshire, you’re centrally located for living the best of Beverly Grove, La Brea and Beverly Hills . There are many museums around, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Petersen Automotive Museum, and the La Brea Tar Pits. A variety of ethnic and traditional eateries can be found in the area, including a smattering of mouthwatering Ethiopian restaurants at your doorstep. If you’re looking to expand your flavor palate, start here.
With modern amenities, such as a widescreen TV and air conditioning, this apartment will keep you comfortable during your stay. You won’t have to worry about much. This low rise condominium of 15 homes offers a private garden, ideal for winding down and relaxing after a day at the office.
Lovely Brentwood is located on the west side of the city and is known for being one of the wealthiest in the entire country. Calling the Brentwood Tuscany home means being close to UCLA, the VA Greater L.A. Healthcare Center, and the San Diego Freeway. This L.A. studio apartment in addition to its vicinity are quiet, making it perfect to rest or to get some work done.
Shopping and dining are a short drive away on San Vicente Boulevard whether you need a trip to Whole Foods or a night out at one of the area’s top Italian eateries. The Hammer Museum and the Getty Center Museum are also nearby, which offer their world-class art collections.
Downtown living starts with this studio at APEX The One in DTLA. There is always some kind of event going on nearby be it at the Convention Center, the Staples Center or the Theatre at the Ace Hotel. The big-time benefit of calling a high-rise home is having access to all of the premium amenities, especially so with APEX.
This apartment in the heart of the city will keep you close to the action and give you the chance to easily explore your new surroundings. When you’re ready to put up your feet, you’ll be able to do so in a cozy, modern living space.
Living in Downtown Los Angeles gives you the ability to centrally plant roots to explore the rest of the L.A. area. This studio at The Emerson is close to a plethora of places such as Chinatown, the Arts District, the Fashion District, and the Flower District, among others. You’ll be walking distance to Civic Center/Grand Park metro station and the Hollywood Freeway as well.
While having fun and exploring should be on your to-do list while you stay in L.A., at some point you’ll probably also need to get some work done. With a base downtown, you’ll have easy access to the corporate offices of brands like K-Swiss, Warner Music Group, Bank of America and CBRE. You’ll be able to work hard and play hard when living in this Downtown L.A. studio apartment.