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Renters’ Guide to West Hollywood, CA

West Hollywood, also commonly referred to as WeHo, is a relatively small neighborhood in Los Angeles County. West Hollywood sits in the hilly, San Fernando Valley region of California, just 2 miles from west of downtown Hollywood and 12 miles east of Venice. The city plays a prominent role in the entertainment industry and is home to the famous Sunset Strip, Westlake Recording Studios, and the House of Blues.

West Hollywood, CA Demographics

  • Total Population36,148
  • Female 21,151
    Male 14,997
  • Median Age39.6

Cost of Living in West Hollywood, CA

Public transportation here can be a bit tricky, as there is a public bus line but the city of West Hollywood refused to let the Metro Rail run through it. However, the bus line is relatively inexpensive, as riders can get a one-way pass for $2.65.

A night out here can be a little on the pricey side, but isn’t too extravagant. Dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant in West Hollywood costs between $35 and $65, with the average meal costing about $55. Utility costs in West Hollywood are fairly average for Los Angeles County, as residents pay about $114 per month for basic utilities.

Average Rent in West Hollywood, CA

  • West Hollywood, CA Average Rental Price, January 2020 $2,737 /mo

West Hollywood, CA Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $1,001-$1,5001%
  • $1,501-$2,00020%
  • > $2,00079%

West Hollywood, CA Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2017 Jul / 2017 Nov / 2017 Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Jan / 2020
West Hollywood, CA $2,460 $2,512 $2,546 $2,571 $2,595 $2,685 $2,720 $2,738 $2,737
National $1,350 $1,382 $1,385 $1,388 $1,423 $1,431 $1,434 $1,469 $1,474

Living in West Hollywood, CA

There are many pros to living in West Hollywood, the best of which being that the city is very easy to get around. In fact, West Hollywood was ranked the most walkable city in the entire state of California.

One of the few cons to living in West Hollywood is the congestion from the close proximity to Downtown Los Angeles. With millions of people working and commuting to Los Angeles every day, being so close—although it also has its benefits—can lead to a bit of congestion.

Things to do in West Hollywood

There are plenty of fun things to do in West Hollywood, with a little something for everyone. Shoppers here are in for a real treat, as there are certainly no shortage of places to shop in West Hollywood. One of the best places to shop in West Hollywood is Melrose Avenue, which is known for its trendy clothing boutiques, design shops, antique stores, and wide array of dining options.

For those looking for something to do with kids in West Hollywood or for something to do for free, look no further than the West Hollywood Halloween Carnival. It’s an annual event here, and is the biggest Halloween street party in the United States, drawing over 300,000 visitors every year. The Oscars are also hosted in West Hollywood, making for a huge event every February.

Sports fans are in luck in Hollywood too, as the city of Los Angeles now has a team in every major professional sport. LA sports teams include the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers of the NBA, the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams of the NFL, the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Angels of the MLB, and the LA Galaxy of the MLS.

Employment and Economy

There is no shortage of jobs in Hollywood, as the unemployment rate hovers around 4%. Major employers in West Hollywood include the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the House of Blues, the city of West Hollywood, CityGrid Media, and the Mondrian Hotel.

West Hollywood, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households22,602
  • Family 4,764
    Non-family 17,838
  • Children 866
    No Children 21,736
  • Average People Per Household1.59
  • Median Household Income$66,458
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,568

Education in West Hollywood

The city of West Hollywood is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District. Some of the most notable public schools include West Hollywood Elementary School, Rosewood Elementary School, Laurel Elementary School, Melrose Elementary School, Bancroft Middle School, John Burroughs Middle School, Fairfax High School, and Hollywood High School. Notable private schools in West Hollywood include Pacific Hills School and the West Hollywood College Preparatory School.

West Hollywood, CA Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School11%
  • Some College21%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree44%
  • Graduate Degree17%

Tips for Renting in West Hollywood

The rights of renters in West Hollywood fall under the jurisdiction of California state law, and are very similar to most US tenant laws. However, California does have some special renters’ rules that renters in West Hollywood should be aware of. California residents have the right to repair and deduct, meaning that if any major issue in the home or apartment is left unfixed the renter has the right to repair or pay to have a repair made on the broken item, and can ultimately deduct the cost from their monthly rent payment. Renters in West Hollywood also cannot be charged more than two months’ rent for their security deposit under California state law.

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