The late-1970s sitcom Three's Company is a testament to the eternal wackiness of renting in Santa Monica. In case you somehow don't know, the show is about two young women (Janet and Chrissy) who need one more roommate to make their rent affordable, and the most readily available, decent roommate is a guy (Jack) who has to pretend he is gay in order to get the OK from the conservative landlords (the Ropers). The trio rents a large, groundfloor apartment near the beach. What would such a space cost now?
Curbed LA spoke to an expert on Santa Monica and Venice real estate and has the story >>