In the 1920’s, gambling was illegal in the city of Los Angeles but still legal in Los Angeles County.
Despite its name, Beverly Hills is most built on flat land and unofficially divided into North and South by Santa Monica Blvd.
This eclectic neighborhood is also home to classic restaurants, shops, and a number of iconic area institutions.
A compelling blur of quaint and trendy, little has changed in this San Fernando Valley neighborhood since Mack Sennet began.
Sherman Oaks is much like its San Fernando Valley neighbor, Encino: a quiet LA suburb that allows for city convenience.
This suburb of the San Fernando Valley offers proximity to the glittering nightlife and culture of nearby neighborhoods
Hancock Park-Wilshire is a wonderful combination of big city living paired with a neighborhood feel.