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Whether you're searching for North Hollywood apartments because of the city's proximity to Tinseltown or its thriving arts district, Apartment Guide can help you find the perfect place to live. With Apartment Guide, view apartment floor plans, photos, amenities and neighborhood information, all in one convenient location.

Though the primary North Hollywood employer is entertainment-related, you can still find North Hollywood apartments near a host of other Southern California businesses. Some of the larger ones that call North Hollywood home are Litton Industries, Boeing-Rocketdyne Propulsion and Power, Countrywide Credit, Nestle USA, Pinkerton and Wellpoint Health Networks, plus more than 50,000 small businesses. Of course, if you're in the cinema and television industry, you can always find North Hollywood apartments for rent near Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios & Music, The Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, DreamWorks SKG, NBC, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Nickelodeon Animation Studios and CBS Studio Center.

If you're an aspiring artist, look for North Hollywood apartments in the NoHo district, the Los Angeles equivalent to New York City's funky SoHo neighborhood. Catch a show at one of the 30 professional theaters, or browse the local talent in the area's many art galleries. You'll also find charming cafes, unique shops, dance studios and music recording venues.

Also in the NoHo district, the El Portal Theatre was built as a vaudeville and silent movie theatre. After its renovation and reopening in 2000, the 1400-seat movie palace showcases big-name comedy acts and local visual artists. Search for North Hollywood apartments near the El Portal Theatre if you're into discovering people before they become famous.

Are you a history buff? Search for apartments in North Hollywood near Campo de Cahuenga, which is the birthplace of California statehood. This historical monument was where Lt. Col. John C. Fremont of the United States and General Andrews Pico of Mexico signed the treaty that ended the war between their two countries. Or check out Victory Boulevard, a street named to pay homage to those who served in World War I.

Those who are into much smaller scale adventures will want to find North Hollywood apartments near Mulholland Drive, a road that winds through the Santa Monica mountains. With its slightly rugged, unpaved strip and mountain bike trails, Mulholland Drive is popular with hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers, as well of those who just want a great view of the Los Angeles basin and San Fernando Valley.Northridge