Studio City has a small-town feel while maintaining a trend-setting and progressive stance. It has an alluring attraction admired by both the entertainment industry and families of all types.
Studio City was named as a result of Mack Sennet’s filming activities during the silent film era of the 1920’s. It is still home to the CBS Studio Center with 18 sound stages and 223 dressing rooms. Not to mention, Studio City’s historic landmark, Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel, which has the pleasure of hosting guests like, Katharine Hepburn and Clark Gable. Wholesome family shows like “The Brady Bunch” was filmed here in Studio City too.
It maybe San Fernando Valley’s most stylish neighborhood with Ventura Boulevard being the prime location for nightlife, vintage boutiques, organic eateries and yoga studios. Ventura Boulevard has your pick of popular chains such as Urban Outfitters and smaller trendy boutiques like Hoity-Toity.
There are restaurants galore no matter what you are in the mood for. Looking for a burger and beer? Both the Black Market and Laurel Tavern are clear winners and are considered one of the best alehouses around. How about a coffee and pastry? Aroma Café has you covered with its transformation from a private home to restaurant and café. Ok, ok, you want sushi? That is not a problem with Ventura Boulevard’s very own, Sushi Row. Sushi Row has the freshest sushi in America. The seafood is sent directly from Japan and lands first in LA.
Choosing to venture beyond Ventura Boulevard is highly recommended with Fryman Park just around the corner. There are rolling hills with greenery for miles. Beeman Park hosts the 2ndlargest youth baseball team within public parks too. The Farmer’s Market is hosted every Sunday and has become an international tourist attraction and one of the most successful markets in SoCal. If you have children or thinking about expanding your family, Studio City has one of the best school districts around, Carpenter School District.
Studio City is conveniently located 12 miles northwest of the LA Civic Center, 35 minutes away from LAX, Venice Boardwalk and the Santa Monica Pier. If you are looking to see the Hollywood Walk of Fame, you will arrive in about 15 minutes by car.
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