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Beverly Grove

POPULATION

22,860

MED. HOUSEHOLD INCOME

$127,817

MED. HOME VALUE

$1,862,700

Bordered on the West by Beverly Hills and the popular outdoor shopping mall The Grove on the East, Beverly Grove was an unofficial name given to refer to an area proposed to be subject to an anti-mansionization ordinance in 2006. Today, the area is home to some of the best dining and shopping options in Los Angeles, and the anti-mansionization battle rages on as the homes on the quiet tree lined streets of Spanish and Traditionals are redeveloped as large Contemporary, Cape Cod and Modern Farmhouses.

Beverly Grove is home to some of the most iconic spots to “be seen". High-end Sushi restaurants, classics such as The Ivy, vegan cafes, "The Pink Wall" and LACMA's Urban Light exhibit are just a few of the spots you might see a crowd gather to snap the perfect Instagram post.

 

Neighbors

Professionals, Intellectuals, Foodies & Shopaholics

Expect

Fine cuisine, Indie shops and high-end boutiques, Tranquil tree-lined streets

Lifestyle

Hip, dynamic, and late to bed

Unexpected Appeal

Plentiful arts and culture exposure

Market

Low-rise apartments and unique single-family homes.

Fall In Love

Museums, shops, restaurants, creative energy, and late nights

 

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The Community

Beverly Grove is home to an interesting cross section of demographics. The percentages of never married and widowed or divorced are among the county's highest. The median age is 38, old for the city of Los Angeles and old for the county. 50%+ of the residents have a four-year degree - also high for the county. Percentages of residents ages 19-34 and 65 and older are among the county's highest.

 

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The Culture

Once sleepy, today the neighborhood is popular, dynamic and ever-changing. Shopping options of every variety from major shopping malls: the 8-story Beverly Center, the Beverly Connection and The Grove; plus, loads of independent shops along Melrose Avenue and West Third Street.

Foodies delight in the options they find along La Cienega Blvd's Restaurant Row - Morton's, The Stinking Rose, Matsuhisa, Fogo de Chao and more - plus other late night favorites like Toca Madera, Izaka-Ya by Katsu-Ya - and dozens of eateries in the original Farmer's Market on the corner of 3rd and Fairfax.

Museum goers find hours of enjoyment in the world-famous La Brea Tar Pits & Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and the Petersen Automotive Museum, plus unique attractions like the Pavilion for Japanese Art and the Craft Contemporary museum.

 
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Lifestyle

The lifestyle Beverly Grove offers is quite enjoyable. With one of the highest "walk scores" in Los Angeles, daily errands do not require a car. Many residents enjoy the countless food and bar options surrounding their homes, plus shopping just a short stroll down the street. With some of the most culture-rich locations and museums in LA in the neighborhood, there's never a shortage of things to do.

Beverly Grove affords its residents one of the richest lifestyles to be found in the city.

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GREAT SCHOOLS RATINGS

7

HANCOCK PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

8/10

JOHN BURROUGHS MIDDLE SCHOOL

6/10

FAIRFAX SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

6/10

School District

Los Angeles Unified School District

Real Estate Market

With comfortable condos, a wide variety of single family homes of every architectural variety and rich culture and lifestyle, the real estate market in Beverly Grove is booming.

Prices have steadily climbed in past years and the average single family home now sells north of $1.8M.

 
 
 

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