Servicing areas throughout West Los Angeles, including:
If you’re looking for the hub of Los Angeles – its true heartbeat – then head to West Los Angeles.
A nice mix of commercial high-rise buildings, residential low-rise apartments and condos and single-family homes line the streets of West L.A. It’s bordered by funky Santa Monica and the swanky zip codes found in Brentwood and Westwood. The 101 and 405 freeways also give West L.A. some shape. But unlike other Los Angeles communities that have defined boundaries, West L.A.’s borders seem elusive. Most residents aren’t quite sure where West L.A. ends and other neighborhoods begin.
While it’s an area with both borders and “personality” that are tough to define, what everyone can agree on is that Wilshire Boulevard is what keeps West L.A.’s heart ticking. This main thoroughfare is home to the city’s primary international banking and business centers. And with an international crowd you’ll find a diverse mix of cuisine, shops and nightlife.
West Los Angeles is also where you’ll discover and abundance of culture. The famous Getty Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Television and Radio, Skirball Cultural Center and Museum of Tolerance are just a few of the museums that attract thousands of visitors to West Los Angeles each year. This section of Los Angeles is so diverse you can escape its frenetic pace and opt instead for the three miles of beach that also comprises the area.
So if you’re up for a nice mix of business and pleasure, make sure you head to West L.A.