If the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted your rental housing needs, a two-story townhouse might be a better fit than a cramped apartment. Featuring private outdoor space, sumptuous principal suites and flexible bonus rooms, these spacious residences are ideal for remote workers and growing families. Here we’ve rounded up five new rental developments around Los Angeles that offer townhouse floorplans and coveted onsite amenities.

1. Paxton Calabasas

Developer: Blue Marble Development
Neighborhood: Calabasas
Priced from: $3,408 per month

Experience the feeling of a single-family home without the maintenance at Paxton Calabasas. This luxury community of two- and three-bedroom townhouses is tucked away in the hills of Calabasas, yet offers convenient access to grocery stores, restaurants, shopping centers and schools. The well-appointed homes come with personal enclosed garages, bonus/flex areas, island kitchens, laundry rooms, and private decks and patios (as per plan). Enjoy a curated selection of amenities, including a pool and spa, fitness center, clubhouse, barbecue area and children’s outdoor playground.

2. 550 Harborfront

Developer: Holland Partner Group
Neighborhood: San Pedro
Priced from: $4,160 per month

Located in burgeoning San Pedro, 550 Harborfront is steps from the LA Waterfront and the many restaurants, breweries, art galleries and parks that dot the downtown area. The newly-opened development boasts three- and four-bedroom townhouses for rent with up to 2,220 square feet of living space. These multi-level homes come complete with generous walk-in closets, three to four bathrooms, and open-air terraces with breathtaking views. The building offers state-of-the-art amenities such as a pool deck, golf simulator, fitness center and multiple landscaped courtyard.

3. Qwil

Developer: Frost/Chaddock Developers
Neighborhood: Larchmont Village
Priced from: $6,495 per month

Welcoming its first residents later this fall, Qwil is a community of two-bedroom apartments, townhouses and penthouses in Larchmont Village. There are currently four townhouse units to choose from, each spanning 1,364 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The interiors are outfitted with woodgrain plank flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows with motorized shades, imported Italian cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless steel GE appliances, and the latest smart home features including Nest thermostats and Yale Accentra nexTouch™ keyless entry doors. Qwil residents will benefit from three landscaped front yards, a lounging pool, fitness center, onsite theatre, and resident and community event programming.

4. 1710 on The Blvd

Developer: California Commercial Investment Companies
Neighborhood: Thousand Oaks
Priced from: $3,250 per month

Whether you’re looking for a live/work unit to operate a small business or a three-bedroom home to accommodate a growing family, 1710 on The Blvd has a three-story floorplan to suit your lifestyle. This mixed-use development will soon begin pre-leasing in Thousand Oaks and is now taking registrants. The pet-friendly community will incorporate a dog run and pet wash station, an alfresco dining area, mini pool and spa, fitness center, clubhouse, barbecue, fire pit and more.

5. Upper Ivy

Developers: Lowe Enterprises Investors and Aecom Capital
Neighborhood: Culver City
Priced from: $4,080 per month

Another “coming soon” development is Upper Ivy in the trendy Culver City Arts District. The community is now pre-leasing and the first move-ins are expected to take place on December 1st. The four available townhouses are described as “studio” layouts, each with an enclosed bedroom, bathroom, and a staircase that leads to a sprawling rooftop terrace. The kitchen, living and dining area are open-concept, with a nearby closet that houses a full-sized washer and dryer. This innovative community will include its own landscaped park, onsite retailers, a fitness center, swimming pool, lush courtyard, vinyl record library, co-working space, club room and a cabana lounge.

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