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The Platinum Triangle

The Platinum Triangle is the informal name for the three adjoining neighborhoods of Bel Air, Holmby Hills and the City of Beverly Hills. This affluent area between Wilshire Drive and Santa Monica Blvd encompass many high-end luxury homes with exclusive shopping to match. The eastern portion of The Triangle has developed as a medical area with dozens of private doctors hanging out their shingle.


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The Sunset Strip

Stretching for just 1½ miles, this world-famous stretch of Sunset Boulevard extends west from Havenhurst Drive in West Hollywood to Sierra Drive in Beverly Hills. Historically, “The Strip” was famous for its glamour, gangsters and gambling. Lined with colorful trademark billboards, this vibrant area now houses some of LA’s most famous rock clubs, nightclubs, restaurants and boutiques.


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Westside Beach Cities

Westside beaches run southeast from serene Leo Carrillo State Park with its sea caves and rock pools to Venice, the perfect place for people-watching on Ocean Front Walk. Secluded El Matador State Beach boasts scenic rock-strewn waters that are among the clearest in LA. Surfrider Beach in Malibu is synonymous with surfing while further south, the golden sands at Santa Monica Beach are ideal for volleyball, cycling and sunbathing in the shadow of the famous pier.


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The Malibu Coast

The Malibu coastline includes 21 miles of breathtaking views best enjoyed by driving east on Pacific Coast Highway (US-1). Coveted luxury homes with ocean views understandably command multi-million dollar prices in this upmarket area. Many of the beaches are county or state owned including Malibu Lagoon, Dan Blocker, Point Dume, Zuma, La Piedra, Nicholas Canyon, El Pescador and El Matador beaches. Malibu Surfrider Beach is the first World Surfer Reserve and local landmarks include Malibu Pier and Adamson House Museum.


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The Southbay

Bordered to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean, South Bay includes part of the Port of Los Angeles and the inland industrial and suburban areas of Torrance, Carson, Hawthorne, Gardena, Lomita and Lawndale. Popular beaches for tourism in South Bay include Redondo, El Segundo, Manhattan and Hermosa Beaches while the wealthy southwest corner of Palos Verdes Peninsula maintains a rural feel.


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Downtown & Mid City

Downtown Los Angeles with its iconic high-rise skyline is the most historic part of the city. It is divided into 13 districts linked to fashion, finance, jewelry and manufacturing. Its near neighbor, Mid-City, manages to retain a quieter suburban air. This very livableneighborhood is the place to find everything from corner shops to comedy clubs.


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The Westside

Prosperous Westside epitomizes the quintessential California beach lifestyle with endless sandy beaches, top restaurants, trendy boutiques and fabulous celebrity homes. Westside LA lies south of the Santa Monica Mountains and includes the cities of Beverly Hills, Century City, Culver City, Los Angeles/West, Malibu, Marina del Rey, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Venice, Westchester and West Hollywood. Highlights include Rodeo Drive, Museum Row and the landmark Original Farmers Market.


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