Iconic and unforgettable, one can argue that Hollywood is Los Angeles’ best known neighborhood. Aside from its hard-to-miss sign, this diverse community is home to the country’s film industry, so much so that the name Hollywood itself has become synonymous to moviemaking and acting. And yet, there’s still so much to learn about Hollywood.
Before it became a center for glitz and glamour, Hollywood of the late 19th century as but a small community. Everything changed when the 1910s rolled in, when the film industry emerged in this place full of promise. Today, Hollywood’s film industry is the most prominent in the world.
There’s more to Hollywood than movies, of course. The neighborhood is a melting pot of different cultures. Great restaurants, arts and culture hubs, and entertainment centers are found left, right, and center. Best of all, outdoor recreation is just within reach. Despite the non-stop activity in Hollywood, you will always find green spaces where you can meditate and reflect.
Real estate and homes for sale in Hollywood
Hollywood real estate offers some of the most exciting prospects in Los Angeles. Real estate options are wide-ranging, the locations varying, and the architecture diverse. From the scenic vistas of Hollywood Hills to the flats, Hollywood real estate is always worth exploring.
The Hollywood area is home to a number of neighborhoods with their own brand of real estate offerings. Probably the most prominent among these communities is the Hollywood Hills area, often divided into eastern and western sections.
Perched high on the Santa Monica Mountains, Hollywood Hills East real estate includes the communities of Beachwood Canyon, Lake Hollywood, Hollywoodland, Lake Hollywood Estates, and Hollywood Knolls. Homes in the Hollywood Hills East area are diverse in architecture, with English, French, and Mediterranean influences.
Meanwhile, Hollywood Hills West is home to iconic neighborhoods such as Laurel Canyon, the Mulholland Corridor, Outpost Estates, Sunset Plaza, and a portion of the legendary Sunset Strip. You will also find the Bird Streets, recognized as one of the most sought-after addresses in Los Angeles. In general, Hollywood Hills West real estate is a box full of architectural gems that offer privacy and million-dollar views.
Popular attractions in Hollywood
- The Hollywood Bowl – A popular amphitheater in California, the Hollywood Bowl is known for its band shell and for being the home of Hollywood Bowl Orchestra as well as the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The amphitheater hosts a large number of musical events every year.
- Griffith Park – A significant portion of the iconic Griffith Park is located in Hollywood Hills. In total, the park occupies approximately 4,300 acres of land, making it one of the largest urban parks in the country. Attractions within the park include the Autry National Center, the Griffith Park Zoo, the Los Angeles Zoo, Travel Town Museum, the Heritage Tree, and the Griffith Observatory.
- The American Film Institute – The American Film Institute (AFI) is a highly respected film organization established in 1967. The AFI offers several film training programs and awards notable motion pictures awards such as the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Maya Deren Award.
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