7) Los Angeles, CA
Since the 1920s, Los Angeles has been synonymous with the movie business. Hollywood hopefuls flock to Los Angeles, and since there’s always more demand than supply, the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in LA is $1,970. Los Angeles has an extremely low vacancy rate of 2.7 percent—for comparison, New York’s vacancy rate is 2.87 percent. This makes it difficult to find affordable housing. If you can find a place, you’ll be able to experience the glitz and glam of Hollywood. You’ll also get to participate in LA’s laidback beach culture at places like Malibu, Venice Beach and the Santa Monica Pier. Los Angeles also has more museums and theaters than any other city in the United States. It also has a thriving food scene that features tons of healthy and delicious restaurant choices.
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