Burbank is a city within the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles County, California, with many studio apartments for rent. It is the cultural center of "The Valley" with theater and music performance venues like the Starlight Bowl, the Victory Center Theater and Maeweather Music found near the city's residential neighborhoods. Burbank's large population of young people is responsible for the city's huge number of popular restaurants and clubs. The Commonwealth Restaurant is perhaps the coolest of these, and it is one of the most famous eating establishments in Burbank. It's located on Glenoaks Boulevard near Olive Street. Simmzy's Pub, which can be found on Olive street a few blocks south of The Commonwealth, is a bustling dive bar known for its cheap drinks, large selection of cocktails and live music. If you want to live near the area's nightlife scene, Rent.com's search feature lets you easily find a wide selection of apartments that meet your needs.
Burbank is known for having a diverse population, and this diversity extends to the lifestyles of its residents. Many growing families, young professionals and college students reside in this community. Students and professionals working 20 minutes away in Los Angeles may be inclined to rent a studio due to its low price. Even older single people may look at studios in the area in order to save some green. Young couples might live in a studio apartment in Burbank while saving for their future.
Studios in this neighborhood will usually run from $750 to $1,000 a month. It may be possible to find one cheaper. Keep in mind that although studio apartments offer considerable savings, a one bedroom apartment could be a better fit for your needs. Check out this blog post on Rent.com to see whether you should get a studio or one bedroom.
Studios vary widely in size. Some are as small as 250 square feet while others may be 550 square feet or more as is the case with a loft style studio. This studio is a former industrial space with an open floor plan. A typical studio has one large room and a small bathroom. Older brick buildings, such as those found in downtown Burbank, generally have many more studios than newer stucco structures.