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Prices and availability in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA were last updated on 19 May 2022.
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What is the price range for a studio apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA?
The price range for a studio apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA is between $1,400 and $4,695. View all studio apartments in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA.
What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA?
The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA is between $1,625 and $4,850. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA now.
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The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA is between $1,400 and $6,593. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA.
What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA?
The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA is between $2,295 and $4,500. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA.
Renter's guide to North Hollywood, Los-Angeles, CA
Known by locals as NoHo, North Hollywood is a semi-suburban neighborhood of Los Angeles situated in the east San Fernando Valley area. In recent years the neighborhood has undergone much development — in particular the NoHo Arts District — with LA Weekly naming it the best LA neighborhood in 2014. The median age of residents is 30, making North Hollywood popular with young adults and professionals.
With a population of around 85,000 and an area of 5.87 sq. miles, North Hollywood has an average population density for this area of the country. Compared to Los Angeles proper — the second most populous city in the USA — North Hollywood is roughly 10 times smaller in terms of area, and almost 50 times smaller in terms of population.
Downtown Los Angeles is just 16 miles away and can typically be reached within 30 minutes along State Highway 101. The beach town of Santa Monica is not too far away either, at just 20 miles south of North Hollywood or around 40 minutes of driving, while Laguna Beach is around 70 miles to the south.
The neighborhood enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Average summer highs tend to reach around 88°F between June and September, while January typically sees the lowest temperatures, with an average low of 38°F. The annual average rainfall is of just 16 inches and the summers are dry, while January and February may see around 3.5 inches of rain each.
North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA Demographics
- Total Population73,571
Female 37,550Male 36,021
- Median Age36
In total, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA has 73,571 residents, 36,021 women and 37,550 men, per U.S. Census recent estimates. Statistics show that the median age of North Hollywood’s population is 36.
Cost of Living in North Hollywood, CA
North Hollywood enjoys good public transport links and is served by the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. There are 2 lines that operate from the North Hollywood station, the red line metro service, and the orange line rapid transfer bus service — both will take you around the neighboring area, as well as to downtown LA. One-way tickets cost $1.75, 1-day passes $7, 7-day passes $25, and 30-day passes are $100.
Taxis in the area generally start at $3.00, while those with private vehicles can expect to pay $3.44 per gallon of gasoline. You can find relatively affordable meals in several restaurants across the neighborhood, which will typically cost around $15, and you can expect to pay $55 for a 3-course meal for 2. You shouldn’t pay more than $4.20 for a regular cappuccino, and draft beer will normally cost $5.50.
Your basic monthly utility bills, including heating, cooling, water, electricity, garbage disposal, should be around $125 for a typical 915 sq. ft apartment. In terms of internet access, $57 per month is normal for a good connection.
Average Rent in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
- North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA Average Rental Price, April 2022 $2,164 /mo
The average monthly rent for an apartment in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA is around $2,164.
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The national average price of rental apartments is $1,628, while the average monthly rent in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA is $2,164.
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Living in North Hollywood, Los-Angeles, CA
Residents tend to agree that life in North Hollywood offers a nice compromise between a full urban area and a typical suburb. Described by many as being a semi-suburban area, North Hollywood is a vibrant neighborhood, home to a mix of residents new and old. Part of the attraction is the lower house prices compared to surrounding areas, paired with the more relaxed atmosphere that comes with being out of the big city.
In recent years, an ever-growing variety of restaurants, theaters, comedy clubs and bars have begun to spring up, mostly within the NoHo Arts District. High quality food from across the globe can be enjoyed, while residents can take in a mix of shows and theme nights on a regular basis.
On the other hand, if you’re looking for somewhere a little more suburban, North Hollywood might not be the ideal choice. The population density increases year after year, and it leans more urban than suburban.
Things to do in North Hollywood, Los-Angeles, CA
Despite its small size, there’s plenty to keep you occupied in North Hollywood. The neighborhood is dotted with green areas, including the Tujunga Greenbelt, along the banks of the Tujunga Wash. This 2,754 ft.-long green belt is ideal for jogging, dog walking or simply taking a stroll and enjoying the view. It follows an impressive mural known as ‘The Great Wall of Los Angeles’, depicting California’s major historical events.
The North Hollywood recreation center and park is a great spot for anything from a family picnic, to playing or watching various sports. It’s also home to the NoHo Summer Nights Festival, a series of concerts throughout the summer that take place on the park’s band stand.
There’s no shortage of shopping venues in North Hollywood, with Valley Plaza being popular among visitors and locals alike. It houses a modern movie theater, plus a variety of boutique shops and major stores. Numerous independent family stores and restaurants still operate, having been passed down from generation to generation.
The NoHo Arts District is hugely popular and offers residents a wide variety of events to enjoy, workshops to partake in, and restaurants and bars to explore. Theater lovers will be in heaven among the numerous playhouses and theaters along this family friendly, pedestrianized stretch, while numerous bars and restaurants provide a relaxed environment and live music on a regular basis.
North Hollywood, Los-Angeles, CA employment & economy
The 2 most common industries in North Hollywood are hospitality and food services (9%), and motion pictures and video industries (8%). Besides these 2 sectors, no other industries particularly stand out, and residents are evenly split between a wide variety of fields. Occupations are similarly divided, with retail salespersons narrowly taking the number one spot for North Hollywood residents.
However, due to its proximity to several world-famous movie and TV studios, the neighborhood has far higher than average numbers of residents employed as actors, dancers, producers, and directors. While the glamour of Hollywood is just a stone’s throw away, the highest paid jobs taken by North Hollywood residents are medical specialists and surgeons, lawyers, judges, and magistrates.
North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA Households
- Total Number of Households28,722
Family 15,228Non-family 13,494
Children 6,776No Children 21,946
- Average People Per Household2.6
- Median Household Income$52,267
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,520
There is a total of 28,722 households in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA. Of these, 6,776 have children and 21,946 are without children. Per Census Bureau’s most current estimates, 15,228 family households and 13,494 non-family households live in this area. The size of a household in North Hollywood is 2.6 people, on average. The median household annual income in North Hollywood equals $52,267, and the monthly housing costs equal $1,520.
Education in North Hollywood, Los-Angeles, CA
The public schools in North Hollywood are served by the Los Angeles Unified School District. There are 11 public schools within its boundaries: 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 2 high schools, and 1 adult learning center. Besides a mix of public schools, there are a further 10 private schools within the neighborhood. Top private schools include the Oakwood School, the Laurel Hall School, and the St Jane Frances De Chantal. In terms of public schools, the Colfax Charter Elementary School takes the top spot.
The West Coast University also has a campus within the neighborhood, which offers Bachelor programs in the Science of Nursing. With a sophisticated simulation center, it’s well equipped to train students to the highest standards and allow hands on experience with the latest medical machinery.
North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA Education Statistics
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 9% of the population in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA have no high school education, 28% went to high-school, and 26% have partially completed college. Moreover, 9% of the population hold an Associate Degree, 22% hold a Bachelor Degree, and 6% hold a Graduate Degree.
Tips for renting in North Hollywood, Los-Angeles, CA
The state of California protects the rights of tenants by way of numerous codes and legislation. Caps are enforced throughout the rental process to ensure that renters do not pay excess fees. For example, during the application process, a landlord can only charge a maximum of $35 to cover the screening process.
Likewise, security deposits are capped at the equivalent of 2 to 3 months’ worth of rent, depending on whether the unit is furnished or not. This security deposit should be returned to you within 21 days of moving out.
In case of early lease terminations, renters on both fixed term and month-to-month (if they’ve occupied the same unit for over a year) leases, must be given at least 60 days’ notice. If the landlord puts the unit up for sale during your lease, you have the right to remain until the lease ends, even if a new owner purchases it during this time.
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