Bordered by Beverly Hills to the east and Century City on the southeast can be broken.
Brentwood’s history begins back in the late 19th century when it was originally part of a Mexican land grant.
Santa Monica is filled with beautiful people, populated beaches, upscale shopping, and lots of fine dining.
Though Pacific Palisades is now populated by LA’s affluent, its residential history is much more colorful.
The epicenter of its renowned retail, Rodeo Drive, is one of Los Angeles’ main attractions.
This “city within a city” is home to a cluster of high-rises that command a visible stretch of L.A.’s skyline.
Mar Vista's mostly quiet residential streets lead to low-key coffee shops, cleaners, and thrift centers along its affably-aged ...
The area was originally a beach resort set on two miles of oceanfront property. It was an independent city until 1926.
Native Americans who originally settled there and named it Humaliwo, which means "the surf sounds loud.”
In the 1920s, gambling was illegal in the city of Los Angeles but still legal in Los Angeles County.
Floating far west of Los Angeles' Downtown, Marina del Rey ranks highest when it comes to luxury.
a quiet LA suburb that allows for city convenience with small-town peacefulness. High-end malls and a smattering of hip boutiqu...
This suburb of the San Fernando Valley offers proximity to the glittering nightlife and culture of nearby neighborhoods.
A compelling blur of quaint and trendy, little has changed in this San Fernando Valley neighborhood.