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Miracle Mile — Minutes From Everywhere You Want To Be

The Los Angeles Miracle Mile stands as a trendy cultural mecca, just minutes away from Korea Town, Larchmont, Westwood and Beverly Hills. Strangely, the Miracle Mile is actually about two miles, stretching from Western Avenue to Fairfax Boulevard along the Wilshire Corridor which begins in Downtown Los Angeles and reaches to the Pacific Ocean. The neighborhood is mostly composed of apartments and lofts peppered with condos, cultural exhibitions, and art and entertainment venues. The Miracle Mile spans two Los Angeles city districts.

The area was largely transformed in the mid-twenties by developer A.W. …

Rancho Palos Verdes – Living on the Edge… of LA County

The city of Rancho Palos Verdes is home to some 42,000 people. Incorporated in the early 70s, it is carved out of a piece of Los Angeles County, its largest border being the Pacific Ocean. Based on the city’s situation on something of a point, beaches, striking coastlines and (important for the home hunter) water views abound.
The racial makeup of the city is a decently rich mix, with Caucasians and Asians being the largest two groups represented, but a healthy mix of many people. And while Rancho Palos Verdes is …

Marina del Rey – A Lovely Place to Call Home… if You Can Find One.

Lovely little Marina del Ray is home to fewer than 10,000 residents. And once someone buys a home here, it’s unlikely they’re going to up and move out again, so finding an available residence can be tricky. But that’s why we’re here for you.
The area, which is yet another unincorporated but “census-designated” area of Los Angeles County, gets its name, aptly, from the huge marina that dominates the region. The marina (which is really more than a dozen smaller marinas loosely connected) can dock over 5,000 small to medium sized …

Baldwin Hills – A Neighborhood on the Mend

Los Angeles has long been associated with endemic gang violence and crime issues. Unfortunately, for much of the city’s history, this association has been a relatively fair one. In the late 60s and again in the early 90s riots ripped much of the city asunder. In the times between regular criminal activities with occasional large flare ups of violence have been a sad part of the fabric of our city.
In recent years, much of the city has been very much on the rebound, as it were. From Downtown to South …

West Hollywood — In the Middle of it All

Today West Hollywood — “The Creative City” as it proudly dubs itself — is a vibrant, eclectic city, known for great restaurants and bars, retailers ranging from high-end couture to the decidedly offbeat.
Famous boulevards and avenues pass through the neighborhood — Melrose, Sunset and Santa Monica, to name a few — bisected by little streets lined in charming homes and apartments.
The makeup of this city-within-a-city (a feature common to Los Angeles; unique to the area) has much to do with its neighbor, Beverly Hills, immediately to the West. There are …

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