Beverly Hills is one of the most famous neighborhoods in Los Angeles, known around the world for its upscale shopping and celebrity residents. With breathtaking architecture and head-turning homes, Beverly Hills features some of the most stunning – and often sprawling – estates in Los Angeles.
Steeped in moviemaking history, Culver City is home to Sony Pictures Studios, formerly the famed MGM lot, where classics like The Wizard of Oz were filmed. With a recent reinvestment in restaurants, hotels, theaters, and housing, Culver City has become one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
Bordered by Reseda, Bel Air, and the Mulholland Gateway Park, Encino is an established neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley – and the home city of Joel & Co. Construction. From classic remodels to new construction, Encino continues to be a hotbed of construction in Los Angeles.
Northridge has become one of the fastest growing areas in the San Fernando Valley. Anchored by California State University, Northridge, the neighborhood consists of a blend of students, young families, and lifelong residents.
Featuring one of the most iconic landmarks in Los Angeles and one endpoint of Historic Route 66, the Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica is a laid-back, upscale neighborhood that brushes up against the Pacific Ocean.
Sherman Oaks is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley that runs up against the magnificent Santa Monica Mountains. Known as a popular spot for families seeking some of the suburban comforts not found in the hustle and bustle of nearby Hollywood, the area features plenty of schools and shopping districts, including the Sherman Oaks Galleria.
Just beyond the Hollywood Hills lies one of the fastest growing areas in Los Angeles, Studio City. Studio City earns its name from the historic CBS Studio Center off of Radford Avenue and the nearby Universal Studios – as well as a burgeoning population and a boom in custom home builds and remodels.
Tarzana takes its name from the classic storybook character, Tarzan, which was created by the city’s founder, Edgar Rice Burroughs. The suburban jungle has since expanded to become one of the San Fernando Valley’s most affluent neighborhoods, boasting gorgeous California style homes.
Adjacent to the most famous neighborhood in Los Angeles, West Hollywood is a trendy area known for nightlife, restaurants, and iconic hotspots like the Chateau Marmont. In recent years, it has become one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city for new construction and custom home renovations.
Located just north of Malibu and bordering Topanga State Park, Woodland Hills is one of the most sought after areas of the San Fernando Valley, featuring an eclectic mix of upscale, modern, and traditional California homes.