Beverly Hills is one of the most famous neighborhoods in L.A.—recognized for Rodeo Drive and pretty women.
Considered to be two of the most exclusive communities in Los Angeles—can you say Princes of Bel Air?
Brentwood is another one of L.A.'s most affluent neighborhoods, located between Westwood and Santa Monica.
From Hollywood Hills to Los Feliz to Silver Lake. This is where the young Hollywood elite lives.
Malibu is just north of Santa Monica and is considered to be the epitome of luxurious laid back beach city living.
Santa Monica is named one of the Top 10 Beach Cities in the World by National Geographic. Then there's Venice.
Once a wasteland of half-empty office buildings—GQ now calls it ``America's next great city.`` We call it foodie heaven.
It's where everything else happens in Los Angeles. From post production to the next big real estate push (prediction).
From Marina del Rey all the way down to Redondo Beach. Each beach city has its own unique culture and flair.
HOMES IN L.A.
HOMES FOR SALE
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Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles.”
Los Angeles is 72 suburbs in search of a city.
Los Angeles is a large city-like area surrounding the Beverly Hills Hotel.
You know, you’re really nobody in LA unless you live in a house with a really big door.
In Los Angeles, everyone is a star.
I mean, who would want to live in a place where the only cultural advantage is
that you can turn right on a red light?