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800.ELLIMAN

5.6 out of 10

Mid-City

Ranked 39th best neighborhood in Los Angeles
34.0373898078873 -118.342784916604
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Reviews

1/5
Jul 31, 2017

"STOP GENTRIFYING MID CITY"

STOP gentrifying midcity we do not want you here you are not welcome here if you were planning on moving here and changing how midcity works it's our community and if you're planning on developing it that is not OK and you are not welcome
4/5
Jan 24, 2017

"Perspective from a 4-year resident"

Unbeatable neighborhood for home buyers seeking historic, architecturally significant residences, including many 4+ bedroom homes on large lots. Great ten minute vehicle access to the best parks in central Los Angeles including but not limited to Harold Henry, LA High Memorial, and Roxbury Beverly Hills. As a home owner with kids I take advantage of this!

Residents have superior commute times to all parts of Los Angeles, inclusive of cheap cap rides to LAX and DTLA. Crime is no worse than any of the urban parts of the city and I feel safe with my family and young children. I know and interact with my neighbors here more than any other suburban city I've lived in across the country.

Great investment has come into the community in the way of retail and fitness. This is clearly evident in the Mid-town Crossing development along with the extremely low vacancy rates for commercial spaces nearby. Very short drives to the West Hollywood, Beverly Grove and Koreatown make for a variety of shopping and dining opportunities. Home owners with families have convenient access to some of the best of LA's charter and private schools available. This may be one of the most culturally diverse areas of Los Angeles.
Pros
  • Central location
  • Good Transportation
Cons
  • Bad Schools

Unranked Streets in Mid-City

Bangor St

3.5/5
"Little Arizona Style Houses"
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West 28th St

2.5/5
"USC's Fraternity and Sorority Row"
34.0305929333629 -118.328229090356

West Blvd

2.5/5
"Old passed down family homes"
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