LA millennials flocking east while techies live coastal

Gentrification on the Eastside poses affordability problems for locals, but not all young residents are leaving the beach
  • As housing prices push higher across Los Angeles, millennials are sprawling throughout the city with lifestyle in mind.
  • Creative types are opting for Eastside neighborhoods near Highland Park and established artist havens like Culver City despite increasing prices.
  • Those looking to buy with a bigger income seem more enthralled with pricey Venice and the greater Silicon Beach area.
  • The median rent for one-bedroom units is $1,940 per month while two-bedroom units cost a median $2,650 per month, according to Apartment List data.