Live 2 blocks from the UCLA Campus

80 Beds Available for Summer and Fall of 2018  

Studio 11024 is a new apartment community conveniently located in North Westwood Village, within walking distance to UCLA, Westwood Village and the Wilshire corridor. Your new luxury apartment home is breathtaking with contemporary architecture by the renowned Los Angeles architectural firm LOHA.

NishPad provides furnished residences and incredible amenities including beautifully landscaped rooftop decks with dramatic views of Los Angeles, fitness center with yoga studio, business center, resident lounge, secured garage parking and professional management. Lease a new apartment home at Studio 11024 and you will enjoy the best residential experience in Westwood.


    Community Amenities

  • Access to Public Transportation
  • Assigned Parking
  • Beautiful Landscaping
  • Cedar Sauna
  • Easy Access to Freeways
  • Easy Access to Shopping
  • Heated Pool
  • Housekeeping available
  • Laundry Facility
  • State-Of-The-Art Fitness Center

Apartment Amenities

  • A.C. 
  • Breakfast Bar 
  • Carpeted Floors 
  • Ceiling Fan 
  • Disposal 
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator 
  • Spacious Walk In Closet(s) 
  • Hot plate 
  • Plank Flooring 
  • Balcony

Monthly Rates

Shared Room (double occupancy):  $1,095/bed

Private Room:                                  $2,095     



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Had an amazing time

“Great location, great apartment! Anything I need is super close!"

— Miya Hano
Osaka, Japan

Super helpful customer service

“I never thought that finding a great furnished apartment could be so easy and convenient. I stayed in LA for two years to get my master's degree from UCLA and NishPad made this experience UNFORGETTABLE for me. Thank you guys”

— L.K.
Paris, France


Awesome place to live and study

“Nish Pad was very responsive from the start. Very easy to communicate with before and during my stay. The apartment was clean, beautiful, perfectly located, and just a joy to stay in. Highly recommend this place to the community.”

— Nadia K.
      Orlando, Florida