• Pacific Palisades

    Pacific Palisades

    Made popular by the Beach Boys song “Surfin’ USA,” Pacific Palisades is a small, community of about 25,000 residents, nestled between the Santa Monica Bay and the Santa Monica Mountains, near Malibu, Santa Monica and Brentwood. Its proximity to these…Read More >>

  • Platinum Triangle

    Platinum Triangle

    “Platinum Triangle” of Los Angeles is an informal name for three adjacent neighborhoods that are generally regarded as the nicest in the immediate Los Angeles area. “Platinum Triangle” is situated in Los Angeles Westside and is formed by a separate…Read More >>

  • Santa Monica

    Santa Monica

    Located on the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica is most famous for its pier, carousel (seen in the movie “The Sting”, and a National Historic Landmark), and shopping on the Third Street Promenade. Situated on Santa Monica Bay, Santa Monica is…Read More >>

  • Westwood


    Westwood Village (also known as Westwood) is best known as the home of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The prime portions of this community are often thought of as distinctly different neighborhoods: Holmby Hills; in the center, Little…Read More >>

  • Culver City

    Culver City

    Culver City is a city in western Los Angeles County, California. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 38,883. It is mostly surrounded by the city of Los Angeles, but also shares a border with unincorporated…Read More >>

  • Silicon Beach / Venice Beach

    Silicon Beach / Venice Beach

    Venice and Playa Vista make up Silicon Beach, the Westside region of the Los Angeles metropolitan area that is home to over 500 tech startup companies. Major technology companies have opened offices in the region including Google, Yahoo!, YouTube, BuzzFeed,…Read More >>