A star was born when production studios relocated to Culver City in the early 1900s. Blending nostalgia with right-now trends, Culver City tugs on the heartstrings and pushes the envelope. Ice-skating rinks, tree-lined streets, and community theatres temper Culver City’s pool-sharking bars, bare-faced art galleries, and restaurants that sound best when their name is whispered. Even better, Downtown is reachable by public transit, but like most of LA, it’s still more convenient with a car. (Source Airbnb)
In the 1990s, Culver City launched a successful revitalization program in which it renovated its downtown as well as several shopping centers in the Sepulveda Boulevard corridor near Westfield Culver City. Around the same time, the relocation of Sony’s motion picture operations to the former MGM studios at Washington Boulevard and Overland Avenue brought much-needed jobs to the city. The influx of many art galleries and restaurants to the eastern part of the city, formally designated as the Culver City Art District, prompted The New York Times in 2007 to praise the new art scene and call Culver City a “nascent Chelsea.” In 2012 Roger Vincent of the Los Angeles Times said that, according to local observers, the city’s “reputation as a pedestrian-friendly destination with upscale restaurants, gastropubs and a thriving art scene is less than a decade old.” (Source Wikipedia)
About The Neighborhood
12016 WASHINGTON Place 105 Los Angeles (City), California
2 Beds 3 Baths 1,124 SqFt 0.345 Acres
4060 GLENCOE Avenue 331 Marina Del Rey, California
3 Beds 3 Baths 1,360 SqFt 1.362 Acres
12416 MITCHELL Avenue Los Angeles (City), California
3 Beds 1 Baths 1,297 SqFt 0.128 Acres
4080 GLENCOE Avenue 322 Marina Del Rey, California
2 Beds 2 Baths 1,340 SqFt 0.265 Acres
5057 MAPLEWOOD Avenue PH1 Los Angeles (City), California
4 Beds 4 Baths 2,270 SqFt 0.448 Acres
6075 HARGIS Avenue 1/2 Los Angeles (City), California
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,065 SqFt 0.028 Acres
Take A Tour of Culver City
You might be starting out at the beginning of your home buying process and you’re not sure if this is the right area for you. So why not take a tour with us…we’ll show you:
- Current homes for sale.
- Where to eat/drink/grab coffee and your groceries.
- Where to find the local farmer’s market.
- Local schools.
We never would have gotten the house without her.
Karen S – Buyer Hancock Park
We also provide our buyers with a personalized Homesnap app, linked directly to us. This is a very cool app on your mobile phone that allows you to stand in front of any house and “snap” it for all the details. It also allows you to track the homes you’ve seen, mark favorites and ask us questions directly.
Some Of Our Favorite Culver City Places
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