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  • West Adams

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    West Adams has long been a mecca for old house lovers, and appropriately so! The turn-of-the-century homes in this nabe are stunning examples of Colonial and Craftsman architecture. Through the years, these majestic buildings have stood proud as surrounding streets have sprouted new businesses and eateries, making West Adams not …

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  • Lincoln Heights

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    Lincoln Heights is an East Los Angeles suburban nabe that offers all the excitement of an urban area with the calm scenery of a suburb. With the picturesque downtown skyline and Dodger's Stadium behind it, Lincoln Heights is a uniquely close-knit residential area. Lincoln Heights’ attractions include a great park, …

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  • Arts District

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    Equal parts industrial and trendy, the Arts District is one of Downtown LA's fastest growing nabes. For years, the Arts District has been converting its industrial warehouses and abandoned buildings into chic new apartments, attracting a population of young artists and visionaries. Loft windows look out over the Los Angeles …

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  • Highland Park

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    Offering a small-town vibe only a few miles from Downtown, Highland Park has just the right combination of neighborly camaraderie and big-city action. One of LA's oldest ‘hoods, Highland Park has maintained its beautiful historic homes while offering some of the best in local entertainment. Good eats, good drinks, and …

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  • Fairfax

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    Fairfax is one cool nabe. Assorted shops, top-notch dining, and the historic Farmer's Market make this one of LA's finest sources of leisure. Fairfax has enough attractions to rival its border nabe Hollywood and doesn't feel nearly as touristy. Spend some time shopping at the Grove or take your pick …

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  • Chinatown

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    Enter Chinatown and you can instantly pretend you've gone on an international vacay–minus the expensive airfare and crazy customs regulations. Chinatown is a must-see when visiting or living in Los Angeles. Like most Chinatowns across the country, this nabe is lively at any hour of the day or night. Endless …

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  • Cheviot Hills

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    Cheviot Hills is a peaceful oasis perched above the bustle of West LA. Featuring heavily wooded streets and large houses with large yards, this nabe offers a slower pace of life uncommon in most of the city. Shopping abounds on Pico Boulevard and residents are likely to be spotted taking …

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  • Beverly Hills

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    Uber-upscale designer shopping that easily rivals Manhattan and reality-tv worthy restaurants line the streets in Beverly Hills, one of LA's most well-known nabes. Exclusive residential developments filled with excessively massive housing snake their way into the hills. Beverly Hills is the land of fast cars, snazzy suits, and a level …

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  • Lake Balboa

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    One of the Valley's best kept secrets, Lake Balboa is a beautiful and peaceful haven nestled between Van Nuys, Encino and Reseda. With an impressive man-made lake, colorful cherry blossoms, and flat expanses of greenery, many visitors tend to forget they're even in Los Angeles! Take a bike ride on …

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  • Silver Lake

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    Silver Lake was a top spot for film studios in the early 1900s (Walt Disney had his first home here), and the nabe’s continued to remain cool into the oughts. Instead of hosting Hollywood’s sprawling studios though, Silver Lake’s changed to be the epitome of present day culutral cool: a …

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