Mid Los Angeles

Mid Los Angeles, also known as Mid-City, is located west of Downtown Los Angeles. Filled to the brim with youthful energy, the thriving Mid Los Angeles area is a highly diverse and densely populated neighborhood that feels distinctly suburban despite its proximity to Downtown LA. It’s a great location for young professionals and those who want to live a short distance away from Downtown LA, but in a more laidback and culturally diverse setting.

The lifestyle in Mid-City is slow-paced, its tree-lined streets quiet and family-friendly. After dark, the neighborhood comes alive with laughter spilling out of the comedy bars that make this central neighborhood a bright young thing. Established schools, high-end coffee shops, and views of the Los Angeles basin are just some of the spices that make life in Mid Los Angeles more interesting. Mid Los Angeles is located in central LA, and counts Beverly Center/Miracle Mile, Hancock Park-Wilshire, and Mid-Wilshire as some of its neighbors.

Real estate and homes for sale in Mid Los Angeles

Mid Los Angeles real estate is a great home market for a wide variety of home buyers and real estate investors. Mid-City is home to a large population of renters, as this central neighborhood offers plenty of rental opportunities for those who choose to live and work in Los Angeles. Homes for sale in Mid Los Angeles are equally diverse as its population. Although a bulk of the housing options in the neighborhood are reserved for renters, the Mid Los Angeles home market also offers a wide-range of single-family homes as well as large historic residences. Great real estate prices, coupled with access to the beach and its central location, make Mid Los Angeles real estate one of the hottest markets in the city. Neighborhoods in Mid Los Angeles include Brookside, Reynier Village, Wellington Square, Crestview, Little Ethiopia, Victoria Park, Picfair Village, and Lafayette Square.

Popular attractions in and around Mid Los Angeles

    • The Mint – Opened in 1937, The Mint is one of Los Angeles’ most legendary live music venues. Its stage has been graced by iconic performers, such as Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, and Natalie Cole.


  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Famous for its Urban Light installation by Chris Burden, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is a must-visit for everyone visiting central Los Angeles.


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