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Los Angeles, known as the City of Angels, is the most populous city in the state of California. Located within Los Angeles County, L.A. offers a range of apartment choices for its tenants. L.A.’s booming television industry makes the city fun and exciting while also serving as a hub for prominent educational institutions.
Los Angeles’s celebrated ethnic diversity is represented in the students attending L.A.’s many college and universities, all with excellent student housing options. For example, private schools, such as The University of Southern California (USC), Occidental College, and Loyola Law School, and public school’s, such as The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA), are easily accessible by L.A.’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which operates both bus lines and subways. Los Angeles also houses a reputable community college system, each with affordable apartment options, including Los Angeles City College (LACC) and West Los Angeles College, just to name a few.
Students will also enjoy convenient access from their apartment to one of Los Angeles’s professional sports games, such as the Los Angeles Dodgers or the Los Angeles Lakers.
Each of our Los Angeles apartment listings contains photos, floor plans, amenities, and more.
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