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North Hollywood, in the San Fernando Valley, is an eclectic neighborhood with modest residential blocks and the humming NoHo Arts District. The historic El Portal Theatre and many up-and-coming playhouses share the scene with art galleries, sound studios and the Academy of TV Arts and Sciences. The subway-accessible area also features retro-inspired cocktail lounges, craft beer bars, vintage shops and casual cafes.
Valley Village is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles, located within the San Fernando Valley. It features parkways, cycling paths, a series of small parks, recreation centers and other amenities. The neighborhood is minutes away from the 101 Freeway, 170 Freeway, the 5 freeway, Coldwater Canyon, and Laurel Canyon. This is a fairly well-to-do community with great schools and low crime. Close to many shops, groceries and eateries such as Wholefoods, Cambridge Farms, authentic middle eastern food, Jerry’s Famous Deli, and more.
Encino is situated in the central portion of the southern San Fernando Valley and on the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains. Encino has a small town feel, with amenities within walking distance. The average lot size is bigger than other areas of the city, making certain blocks very quiet and rural. The main area for shopping and dining is an area called the Encino Commons on Ventura Blvd, home to more than 300 businesses. There's a myriad amount of Middle Eastern restaurants, supermarkets, and lush parkland all around Encino. Dog owners can enjoy the off-leash Sepulveda Basin Dog Park. There’s also a sports complex with a baseball field and several golf courses. So there’s plenty to do outdoors!
Tarzana is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California. Tarzana is on the site of a former ranch owned by author Edgar Rice Burroughs and is named after Burroughs' fictional jungle hero, Tarzan. There are a number of celebrities and well-renowned writers and artists that live in Tarzana because of the grand houses, incredible views from the mountains, and relative seclusion. It's a bit off of the beaten path from the main Los Angeles area and the Melody Acres part of Tarzana really feels like it's not a part of the city at all. It's very tranquil, has a lot of nature and the houses are quite spread apart. There are a couple of country clubs in Tarzana, and there's plenty of hiking and horse riding to be had. So, the fitness and fresh air aspect of the place is pretty unbeatable considering it's part of a major city.
Beverlywood is a neighborhood situated in West LA and just minutes away from Beverly Hills, Culver City, Westwood, Santa Monica and Downtown. Beverlywood is also located near major freeways like the 10 and the 405. Close to many local shops, groceries and eateries such as Factors Famous Deli, Labels Deli, Trader Joes, Ralphs, Pat’s Steakhouse and more. Beverlywood is exceptional for its site planning emphasis at its inception and for the establishment of the Beverlywood Homes Association, one of the first and among the strongest homeowners’ associations in Los Angeles. Beverlywood is also known for their 24/7 patrolled security, beautifully architectural homes, and of course, most importantly, their esteemed schools and education.
Picfair Village takes its name from the Picfair movie theatre that stood at the corner of Pico and Fairfax until the early 1980s. The neighborhood has been active since 1998 and has a Picfair Village Neighborhood Association. Picfair is a neighborhood situated in West LA and just minutes away from Beverly Hills, Culver City, Westwood, Santa Monica and Downtown. The main street of the "Village" is Pico Boulevard between Fairfax and Hauser, and is dotted to with cafes, restaurants, markets, and boutiques. In November 2004, Picfair Village was named as one of Los Angeles magazine's "10 Most Overlooked Neighborhoods in Los Angeles." In January 2007, the Los Angeles Times said Picfair Village is "on its way to becoming L.A.'s next trendy place to live and play."