Hancock Park-Wilshire is a wonderful combination of big city living paired with a neighborhood feel.
Walt Disney was living in the garage of his aunt and uncle’s Los Feliz house when he first drew the character...
Today, a blend of industrial sprawl, historic landmarks and tourist destinations making it ideal for both work and play.
Beverly Hills is most built on flat land and unofficially divided into North and South by Santa Monica Boulevard.
Though Pacific Palisades is now populated by LA’s affluent, its residential history is much more colorful.
Studio City’s true appeal is revealed in its tree-lined streets and beautiful Santa Monica foothill scenery.
Venice was founded in the early 1900’s by a tobacco millionaire, Abbot Kinney and the area was orginally a beach resort.
Bel Air-Holmby Hills is a neighborhood where privacy and high-priced real estate go hand in hand.
It provides a tranquil refuge for residents, while maintaining a distinct presence in greater Los Angeles culture.
This seaside city is named after Saint Monica, the mother of Saint Augustine, but the reason why remains undetermined.
This eclectic neighborhood is also home to classic restaurants, shops, and a number of iconic area institutions.
With no shortage of things to do in West Hollywood, it’s a popular place for both tourists and locals to visit.
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