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A long-time home of movie stars and musicians, the Los Angeles neighborhood of Studio City offers its residents some of the city’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment.
For a touch of touristy fun, walk the three blocks of Universal CityWalk Hollywood for a variety of shops and restaurants, or head to Universal Studios Hollywood for a world-famous studio tour. Your dining options are numerous on Ventura Boulevard, which runs from Studio City to Woodland Hills; you’ll find everything from intimate sushi bars and casual bakeshops to gastropubs and fine dining experiences.
If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of these popular attractions you can go off the beaten path for a quieter day browsing Studio City’s unique boutiques for vintage fashions or grabbing a bite to eat in the area’s hidden gems. Nearby Coldwater Canyon Park offers a true break from the city with ample green space for a relaxing picnic or heart-pumping jog, while Fryman Canyon Park is perfect for outdoor lovers who want to hike, horseback ride, or walk with their four-legged friend.
Studio City also gives you easy access to the surrounding area via the Metro Rail and major roadways, connecting you with Pasadena, Long Beach, Norwalk, Redondo Beach, Warner Center and downtown LA. Major employers like Universal, Disney, and Paramount Pictures only minutes away, making this an ideal location for commuters.
More of a low-key neighborhood than a city, this is where entertainment studios meet green spaces, boutiques, and restaurants.
Minutes from L.A., this long-time home of movie stars and musicians also offers a range of affordable to high-end living.
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