Is there an LA neighborhood more iconic than Hollywood? Home to historic film studios, tourist traps and a buzzy nightlife scene, there’s never a dull moment within its 30 square miles. Whether you’re hoping to make it big in Tinseltown or just want to live closer to the unparalleled Hollywood Farmers’ Market, here are five new luxury rental communities that are move-in ready.

1. Columbia Square Living

Developer: Kilroy Realty Corporation
Price range: $3,070 to $23,570 per month

In addition to one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, Columbia Square Living offers a collection of sprawling penthouses measuring up to 2,582 square feet. These sophisticated rental homes offer sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills and Kelly Wearstler-designed interiors.

The building is capped off with a rooftop bar and restaurant, and features lavish onsite amenities including a 24-hour valet, dedicated concierge, 16,000-square-foot fitness center, rooftop pool and deck, community room and dog run. Residents also have direct access to the 4.5-acre Columbia Square Campus, featuring even more shopping and restaurant options.

2. Modera Hollywood

Developer: Mill Creek Residential
Price range: $2,575 to $5,485 per month

Modera Hollywood touts Instagram-worthy amenity spaces and studio- to three-bedroom apartments with contemporary finishes. Work from home in the office-styled business center or record an episode of your podcast in the professional music recording and live streaming studio. At the end of a long day, unwind in one of the resort-style pools, stretch it out on the yoga green or belt your favorite tunes in the private karaoke room.

These spacious apartments are warm and inviting, featuring wood plank-style flooring, nine-foot-plus-ceilings and oversized windows. Expect advanced technology packages with smart light switches and outlets, Nest thermostats and automatic roller shade windows (as per plan), all controlled by your smartphone or with help from Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

3. The Line Lofts

Developer: Wilshire Skyline
Price range: $2,395 to $3,445 per month

Steps away from one of the liveliest stretches of Hollywood Boulevard is The Line Lofts, a collection of flats and lofts with soaring ceilings and industrial-chic design elements. Availability is currently limited — only four studios and two studio lofts remain.

Residences feature stylishly-appointed kitchens characterized by matte lacquer cabinets with integrated pulls, quartz countertops, subway tile backsplashes, custom oak open shelving, soft-close drawers, under-cabinet LED lighting, stainless steel GE appliances and gooseneck faucets. This intimate community of 82 luxury apartments comes complete with a penthouse-level Sky Lounge, heated pool and spa, coworking area, dog run and an art-filled wellness center.

4. Argyle House

Developer: Related California
Price range: $3,175 to $5,290

Situated adjacent to the historic Capitol Records building, Argyle House is an 18-story boutique luxury residential tower offering breathtaking views and premium services. The apartments tout floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies or terraces, open great rooms, and spa-inspired baths with frameless glass-enclosed showers.

Residents will enjoy access to exclusive benefits, offers and services, from grocery delivery to savings on annual memberships at Equinox. The surrounding neighborhood is brimming with trendy bars, storied theaters, high-end hotels and delicious restaurants.

5. AVA Hollywood

Developer: AvalonBay Communities, Inc
Price range: $2,310 to $5,190

If you’re new in town, you may want to snap up one of the five furnished apartments at AVA Hollywood. These one-bedroom units are priced a little higher than their unfurnished counterparts, starting from $3,400 per month, but include everything you need for a relaxed, urban lifestyle.

The thoughtfully-designed interiors feature stainless steel kitchen appliances, quartz countertops, hard-surface plank flooring and in-unit washers and dryers. There are exceptional onsite amenities, including a 5,000-square-foot fitness center, swimming pool and sun deck with cabanas, and a chic co-working space featuring private conference rooms. Pet parents can take advantage of the WAG Spa and WAG Pet Park, plus social events that are organized for the building’s furry residents.

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