Welcome to the Sunset Strip
The Sunset Strip became the hub of the movie industry in the 1910s and is now home to some of the city's most luxurious estates.
Contrary to its reputation, Sunset Strip isn’t all studios and movie lots. This eclectic neighborhood is also home to classic restaurants, shops, and a number of iconic area institutions. The surrounding Hollywood Hills’ quiet, winding streets are dotted with homes, basking beneath its world-famous signage. Home to movie star residents and their expansive homes, Beverly Hills is one of the most famous cities in the world. The epicenter of its renowned retail, Rodeo Drive, is one of Los Angeles’ main attractions, and the neighborhood also boasts some of the best restaurants in the country, making it an idyllic place to work and play.
A mix of visitors and locals, drawn to the energetic heart of entertainment.
Hollywood’s teeming tourist population intermingles with its residents, resulting in one of Los Angeles’ most diverse neighborhoods. It claims a healthy population of entertainment industry insiders, from producers and directors to writers and actors.
What to Expect
Landmarks, nightlife, and iconic hillsides.
Sunset Strip is home to many of LA’s most beloved destinations. On Sundays, the community hosts one of California’s first and largest farmer’s markets, where residents can score a taste of the city’s highly-regarded culinary culture.
Bustling and brimming with entertainment.
There is no shortage of entertainment in this neighborhood: theaters, museums, shopping, restaurants, and nightlife contribute to a dynamic, diverse culture. Sunset Strip is a neighborhood that has earned its right to kitsch: souvenir stores stand next to some of the city’s most storied eating establishments and uncanny celebrity impersonators stroll its famed, eponymous boulevard.
Homes every bit as eclectic as their owners.
The neighborhood is a mix of vintage and contemporary apartment buildings, bungalows, and beautiful, hillside houses brimming with character and boasting stunning views of downtown and all of Los Angeles.
You'll Fall In Love With
Living in a setting as legendary as its residents.
Hollywood and Sunset Strip are known the world over as the birthplace of the film industry; its locals celebrate the area’s storied history and revel in its kitschy charm.