Popular Housing Options
Loyola students have called many Los Angeles county neighborhoods their homes. Summarized below are a few of the more popular locales as well as the corresponding approximate median rental rates.
Commute (Traffic not factored)
Approx. Rental Rates (Based on studio - 2 bdrm apartments)
Points of Interest
|South Bay Cities:
|35 – 40 minutes||$1,000 – 2,500||Metrorail accessible via Green Line.|
|Burbank||20 minutes||$900 – 1,800||Metrolink accessible.|
|Culver City||15 minutes||$950 – 2,000||Metrorail accessible via Expo Line.|
|Downtown Los Angeles||0-5 minutes||$900 – 3,000||Loyola has a campus shuttle that regularly picks up from the 7th & Figueroa metro stop – centrally located downtown.|
|Glendale *||25 minutes||$900 – 2,000||Metrolink accessible.|
|Hollywood & West Hollywood||10 minutes||$800 – 1,500||Metrorail accessible via Red Line.|
|Koreatown||10 minutes||$800 – 1,500||Often referred to as “K-Town.”|
|Los Feliz and Miracle Mile||15 minutes||$950 – 2,500||Los Feliz is home to the Griffith Observatory and the L.A. Zoo. Click here for the online community newspaper.|
|Pasadena *||20 minutes||$1,000 – 2,000||Metrorail accessible via Gold Line.|
|Santa Monica and Venice||30 minutes||$1,000 – 2,500||Take the “Big Blue Bus” to campus from Santa Monica.|
|Silver Lake||10 minutes||$800 – 2,000||One of L.A.’s hip and “up and coming” neighborhoods. Click here for their online community newspaper.|
|Torrance||35 minutes||$1,000 – 2,500||Metrolink accessible.|
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