Looking for apartments in West L.A.? Each of the three communities that comprise Villas at Playa Vista boasts impeccable finishes, sparkling pools, outdoor dining spaces, clubrooms and activities galore. Residents also have access to an extensive fitness program and an array of personalized services.
Neighborhood boutiques, an outdoor entertainment and retail center and farm-to-table restaurants are complemented by local parks, nearby beaches and evening events at Concert Park. With daily shuttles to the beach, you’ll always have the opportunity to dig your toes in the sand. Take up permanent residence and enjoy the famed West L.A. coastal lifestyle.
This trend-setting metropolis is rich with history and culture. Known as the "entertainment capital of the world", Los Angeles is home to theaters, museums, miles of coastline and of course, world-famous shopping and dining.
After a $1-billion makeover, the Westfield Century City mall boasts more than 200 mostly new shops and restaurants as well as a VIP service offering private lounges and elevators to stores. Shoppers can even sign up online for a reserved parking place near the main entrance on Santa Monica Boulevard.
In Playa Vista, what once served as the runway for Howard Hughes’ aerospace empire is now a thriving center for shopping, dining and entertainment in the heart of West L.A. Runway includes 33,000 square feet of office space and 217,000 square feet of retail space, including a Cinemark Cinema, Whole Foods and CVS Pharmacy, as well as a wide variety of restaurants, bars and more. Runway is fast becoming "the NEW downtown epicenter" of L.A.'s Westside.
West Los Angeles is the best city to experience the quintessential Southern California beach lifestyle. From Santa Monica to Marina del Rey, there's no shortage of boardwalks, surf and the eclectic charm that L.A. beach towns are known for. Striking a balance between work, play and relaxation, West L.A. is becoming a hub for businesses focused on technology, media and entertainment, affectionately known to locals as “Silicon Beach”.
Google has expanded its footprint by turning the enormous 315,000-square-foot, 1943 airplane hangar where Howard Hughes assembled the Spruce Goose into a new, state-of-the-art Google campus. The company also purchased 12 acres of land adjacent to the hangar. In addition to Google, West L.A. is home to other big tech names including YouTube, Yahoo and Facebook, as well as lifestyle brands like The Honest Company.