Welcome to West Los Angeles | Westside
Famed for high-profile creatives and hotspot innovations.
The Westside of Los Angeles is historically the cultural hub of the city – world-renowned for its media and entertainment, hospitality, and glamorous lifestyle. The area’s real estate is some of the most valuable in the world, with prestigious neighborhoods and famous street names ranging from Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Venice, Palms, Mar Vista, Culver City and West Hollywood to Santa Monica Boulevard and Rodeo Drive. As many hundreds of high-tech companies reside in Westside’s Silicon Beach, upscale living continues to evolve with trends toward hotspots of mixed-use developments including multifamily residences. From affluent housing in Brentwood to the artsy streets of Venice Beach, the Westside and West Los Angeles neighborhoods hold attractive long-term investments.
What to Love
- Luxury living and elegant landscapes
- Legacy of ongoing innovation
- Opportunity to reinvent and redevelop spaces for multi-use
The Westside and West Los Angeles neighborhoods form a bustling urban center of cutting-edge innovation with refined people on the move. You will find everything from the finest dining to the most opulent shopping and spas, and some of the nicest beaches from Santa Monica to Venice. You can access freeways from the West Los Angeles neighborhood – just south of Santa Monica Boulevard and north of Venice Boulevard – to Santa Monica and San Diego. Tourists and residents enjoy the convenience of shorter commutes from multiple metro stations on the Expo line to Santa Monica, downtown Los Angeles, and the greater metro area.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
From hip to elegant, West Los Angeles has it all. Sunset Strip in West Hollywood is long celebrated for its 1.6 miles of cutting-edge entertainment for the young and edgy. Visit the Laugh Factory for a good time. Hear live music at the Viper Room or the vintage Whiskey a Go-Go
where top rock ‘n’ roll acts have played since 1964. Shop and dine at Sunset Plaza
along the Strip, the ultimate shopping experience merging Hollywood history, fashion, and film.
Experience Restaurant Row
in Beverly Hills, some of L.A.’s most high-profile restaurateurs – including Fogo de Chão
for all-you-can-eat Brazilian churrascaria, and the internationally renowned Matsuhisa
for sushi in style. Westside LA insiders know to visit restaurant districts like Little Ethiopia street and Santa Monica’s Sawtelle Japantown.
Neighborhoods in Westside and West Los Angeles are prime for more hot spot developments, like One Culver
in Culver City, where buildings are reimagined to bring together tech influencers, merchants, chefs, creatives, tourists, and locals.
Things to Do
Merge shopping with discovery at Howard’s Experience Center
where you will find “state-of-the-art luxury appliances in live, interactive exhibits.” Designed to be more than a store, it aims to be a destination for customers and industry professionals. Explore 6,000 years of history at the colossal Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
– known as the “largest art museum in the western United States.” You can also immerse yourself in extravagant art collections dating back to the Middle Ages midst the modern grand architecture and gardens of the Getty Center