Los Angeles Neighborhoods

 

 

HOLLYWOOD HILLS

is a place full of life. Whether you enjoy day or night activities. This neighborhood has everything- shopping, restaurants, hotels bustling with people. Hollywood is a community where residents heavily support industries such as music, television, arts & film. If you enjoy a quiet walk while gazing at a panoramic view, the Hollywood Hills neighborhood offers a tranquil escape from the city rush. The Hollywood Hills is comprised of two major neighborhoods- Hollywood Hills East & Hollywood Hills West. Due to the diversity of the residents, the Hills are full of mansions & condos to suit each lifestyle. 

 

 

 PHOTO- HOLLYWOOD HILLS

PHOTO- HOLLYWOOD HILLS

 PHOTO- LOS FELIZ

PHOTO- LOS FELIZ

 

LOS FELIZ

is home to an eclectic mix of residents- creatives & professionals. This rare setting offers historic & modern homes near the grassy knolls of Griffith Park. The culinary culture is thriving with health conscious eats all around. Downtown Los Feliz known as the Village is the go-to spot for trendy retail outlets & arts which is a favorite to the inhabitants. Los Feliz to its core, holds a rich Spanish influence & style within the bungalows & single-family homes. As a whole, this neighborhood is walk-able from your home to the village. Where ever you reside, be confident that your priority amenities will surround you. 

 

 

 

 

 PHOTO- SANTA MONICA

PHOTO- SANTA MONICA

 

 

SANTA MONICA

 

is the beach town atmosphere that offers exclusive access to the Beach & Pier. The town is lively with people & activity. Many residents enjoy an early morning walk on the beach, a bike ride on the pier, or fitness next to the ocean. Downtown, you will find one of the largest shopping areas in California which is Santa Monica Place. This open-air shopping mall is filled with stores for all to enjoy. An asset to this beach-town is the conscious lifestyle. Clean air & green energy are top of mind within the structure of buildings & products used daily.

 

 

 

 

 PHOTO- BEVERLY HILLS

PHOTO- BEVERLY HILLS

 

 

BEVERLY HILLS

is one of the most well-known living & entertainment environments in the world. This zip code is divided north to south by Sunset Blvd.. Beverly Hills is a generational place, meaning, families who reside here have been here for generations. It is a tight-knit community which means many of the residents know one another & their children attend the same school growing up. Beverly Hills is its own city separate from Los Angeles County. The architecture is grand with opulent estates designed & built by the most renown architects & developers in the world. The Flats section is where natives live, with its wide-streets and private, gated homes. 

 

 

 

 PHOTO- VENICE

PHOTO- VENICE

 

VENICE

is known for its free-spirited vibe. This beach town is the 'Coney Island of the Pacific' famous for the amusement pier & colorful store-fonts of cafes & shops. Venice Beach is the area of art in Los Angeles. Many residents are creatives in their professions & style of clothing. Once you enter the broadwalk, a live energy of music & entertainment surround you. Venice Ocean Front Walk 'the boardwalk' is bustling with culture & amusements. Venice Beach is one of the many beach in LA acclaimed for the surf culture. Twelve months of the year the weather is warm & sunny in LA which means you are bound to enjoy endless amenities of outdoor living, fitness, art, & entertainment. Venice is a great social place for people of all ages to meet & join a game of basketball or a yoga class right on the beach.  

 

 

 

 

 PHOTO- DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

PHOTO- DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

 

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

 is the central business district of Los Angeles, California. DTLA is walkable to work, shops & restaurants. In the need of traveling, residents opt to take Uber, DASH, MTA, or Metro. Although Downtown Los Angeles is better known for its skyscrapers, there is a small amount of outdoor/green space around and about. An impressive open space Grand Park, a 12-acre slate of green that extends from City Hall to Disney Hall. The Staples Center is the staple of the city with sports & concert held multiple times each week. Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the LA Philharmonic where you can enjoy all sorts of musical entertainment from jazz to classical to theatrical.

 

 

 

 PHOTO- SILVER LAKE

PHOTO- SILVER LAKE

 

 

SILVER LAKE

is nestled in between Los Feliz & Echo Park two vibrant neighborhoods in LA & a few miles close to DTLA. It is important to know that Silver Lake is a thirty minute drive to the closest beach on a good day traffic-wise. This neighborhoods has Suburban appeal with whole sale retail like Ikea & Target locations to accommodate your home furnishing needs. The suburban environment also means you will need to travel by car or Metro to get around. 

 

 

 

 

 PHOTO- ECHO PARK

PHOTO- ECHO PARK

 

 

ECHO PARK

has more to brag about than its central location between Silver Lake & Downtown Los Angeles. The wave of Eastside LA trendseekers have transformed this area into a haven for casual dining, live music & art galleries. You will find plenty to do whether spending your afternoon at Echo Park Lake or a baseball game at Dodger Stadium.  

 

 

 

 

 

 PHOTO- EAGLE ROCK

PHOTO- EAGLE ROCK

 

 

EAGLE ROCK

Like its Eastside neighbors Highland Park and Silver Lake, Eagle Rock exudes eclectic charm and a quirky mix of the old and the new. Eagle Rock neighborhoods provide a Suburban feel with home side-by-side in close proximity, large tree decorating the neighborhood & spacious front yards. Colorado Boulevard and Eagle Rock Boulevard is the heartbeat with trendy shops, restaurants & specialty markets. Eagle Rock lends its architecture to Spanish- style & Craftsman homes. This recidenc is a up & coming area filled with empty plots home builders are tending to through gentrification.