For those seeking some spice, sit down and sample one of over 100 food types in the Hollywood Hills area without traveling too far from home. Hollywood Hills has a nearby mall with a range of options, and it is frequented by families searching for everything all in one place. Apartments for rent in Hollywood Hills are bordered by Sunset Strip and Hollywood.
Food, Libations and Recreation
Finding your bearings in a new place--locating groceries, cleaners and places to relax and have fun--is one of the most basic things all renters do when establishing themselves in a new area. To help in that process, a couple important streets to know in Hollywood Hills are Hollywood Blvd. and W Sunset Blvd. It's these streets, in particular, where drinking, dining and recreation is easily found. Get help honing in on your "home sweet home" from our apartment finder tool.
Enjoy drinks after work with coworkers and friends in Hollywood Hills at King King. Hungry residents of Hollywood Hills don't need to venture far to find a range of restaurants, including juice bars, pizza and deli snacks. Drink up at Level 3 Nightclub Hollywood or Body Shop and spend the night sipping on delicious drinks. Not to be overlooked when you're hungry, there are several chain restaurant options in the neighborhood, additionally. Johnny Rockets and Carl's Jr are both located in the neighborhood.
Stay fit (or get started) at one of Hollywood Hills's nearby health clubs. Options include Royal Thai Spa and Mai Chang Health Spa. As for other forms of recreation, take in some fresh air at Sunset Ranch Hollywood Stables.
For a more comprehensive list of places to eat, drink and be merry in Hollywood Hills, check out the Yelp page.
Shalom Produce and 7 Day Market are just a few of the many grocery stores in the Hollywood Hills area. For specialty foods, there is Earth Wise Nutrition Ctr on N La Brea Ave. If you've got a craving for something sweet, California Donuts on Hollywood Blvd. or Alex Donut & Bakery, which is located on Franklin Ave., are both sure to hit the spot. On top of that, the neighborhood is home to a few more universally familiar grocer chain stores, such as Ampm and Trader Joe's.
Hollywood Hills has many retailers for day-to-day shopping needs, including B X Designs and Winner Gifts. What's more, Paradise Hollywood and Capital Rock are two additional shopping spots in Hollywood Hills. There are great popular retails and shopping malls in the area, such as Build-A-Bear Workshop and Sanrio. Area shopping malls are Suncrest Plaza and Hollywood Galaxy.
Nearby School Information
Schools near the apartments in Hollywood Hills are Aviva High School, Immaculate Heart Middle School and Valley View Elementary School. Due to the fact that school district boundaries do not necessarily line up with county lines, you should contact local school district representatives for more information on exactly which schools serve the apartments for rent you are most interested.
14 elementary schools, four middle schools and seven high schools exist in the Los Angeles Unified district. The size of the student-body in these schools surpasses that of Burbank Unified district; however, the number of students per instructor is lower. Los Angeles Unified district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Burbank Unified district.
Cost of Living and Demographics
Hollywood Hills offers a more economical way of life than other nearby cities in Los Angeles, such as Sunset Strip. Despite similarities in nature, Hollywood Hills reports an average cost of $92.8K/year per household, while Sunset Strip's average household expenditure per household amounts to $121.2K/year.
Hollywood Hills is similar to Hollywood in a few ways. The median age of its residents is 32, compared to a median age of 31 in Hollywood. They also are comparable by average household size -- 1.71 inhabitants per household in Hollywood Hills and 1.88 in Hollywood. By the percentage of households with children in Hollywood Hills and Hollywood, 10% and 17% have children, respectively.
Is Hollywood Hills the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Hollywood make an average of $91.0K, Hollywood Hills residents are raking in an average of $145.3K.