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    Area Information

    Thinking of moving to Hollywood Hills? Here’s what you need to know.

    If you’re looking for serenity and scenic surroundings in Southern California, head for the hills—Hollywood Hills, that is, one of Los Angeles’ most iconic neighborhoods. Though centrally located, Hollywood Hills can feel removed from the hustle and infamous traffic of Los Angeles. Its more than 36,000 residents enjoy seasonal farmers’ markets, nightlife, fine dining and stunning panoramic views of downtown.

    Who’s There?

    From Hollywood hopefuls to high-ranking executives, this neighborhood boasts an economically diverse crowd. Of course it should come as no surprise that this is a hot spot for those working in the This neighborhood is home to a high percentage of same-sex couples, and is bordered by West Hollywood, making it incredibly LGBTQ-friendly. 

    What’s Around Hollywood Hills?

    Hollywood Hills isn’t only a stylish neighborhood; it’s also a convenient place to live. Just north of Sunset Boulevard, which offers popular dining and entertainment venues, the neighborhood is close to the Strip’s exciting nightlife. Hollywood Hills also boasts multiple parks, some of the city’s best cafes, and easy access to nearby shopping. For more of an adrenaline rush, hop on over to Universal Studios in neighboring Universal City. As you might expect given its name, Hollywood Hills has steep and winding terrain, which makes traveling by car the most popular way to get around. With easy access to Sunset Strip, Laurel Canyon, Mulholland Drive, the Ventura Freeway and Highway 101, a commuting route is never far away. Though you won’t find many bike lanes, there are a number of bus lines nearby, and depending on where in the hills you live, there are even a few restaurants and bars within walking distance.

    What Do You Do In Hollywood Hills?

    If you want to play tourist, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a quick drive away, as are the famous Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory. Griffith Park provides hiking trails with stunning views, while the Hollywood Bowl offers some of the city’s best outdoor concerts and shows.

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