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West Hollywood is most famous for being the home to the legendary Sunset Strip. Affectionately nicknamed “WeHo” by locals, the neighborhood is one of the most culturally influential in Los Angeles. West Hollywood’s adjacency to Beverly Hills and Bel Air mean that it sits in the center of the city’s most exclusive neighborhoods.
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West Hollywood is one of the most centrally located neighborhoods in Los Angeles, and it’s also a destination. With Santa Monica Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard as its arteries, West Hollywood residents can be constantly on the move, or the scene can come to them. . An independent city, it has its own city council and community resources. As a result, residents are often involved in local, cultural and public affairs.FIND AN AGENT
West Hollywood is a cultural stronghold in the Los Angeles region. It’s home to the Pacific Design Center (part of MOCA Los Angeles), the Schindler house and numerous comedy clubs and music venues. Notable hot spots for entertainment include The Troubadour, Whisky A Go Go and The Comedy Store. West Hollywood is home to bustling dining culture as well. From vegan Mexican food on the gorgeous patio of Gracias Madre to the Hollywood glam of Cecconi’s, West Hollywood is a diner’s paradise.
West Hollywood mixes urban living with stylish and classic California. The city has long been the epicenter of gay culture in Los Angeles. It’s also a neighborhood popular among young families, thanks to the bountiful parks, community resources and business districts. West Hollywood does come alive at night.
It has a magnetic draw for cocktail aficionados, foodies and Sunday brunchers. The gay bars along Santa Monica Boulevard draw a harder-partying crowd, but on the whole, the city of West Hollywood embraces all facets of its personality.
Schools in West Hollywood include West Hollywood Elementary School, which is a public school serving kindergarten through fifth grade. West Hollywood also has several private schools, including Pacific Hills School which serves grades 6-12.
West Hollywood real estate is desirable as ever. With median prices just under $1 million, it’s a competitive market for buyers and sellers. Price per square foot is just under $700. Houses runs the gamut from vintage bungalows brimming with character to old Spanish style casitas and new contemporary villas.
Multi-family units are in abundance in West Hollywood as well, including many mid-century apartment buildings and condos. The market for rentals is also hot, making income properties a good long-term investment.
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