5 best areas of Los Angeles to move to!

5 best areas of Los Angeles to move to!

Are you dreaming of moving to Los Angeles? Well, who doesn’t! It is probably one of the best places in the world to live in! It is not simple to choose the best neighborhood for yourself because there are many. We will try to help with the list of top 5 best areas to live in Los Angeles. Get ready for your move to the city of angels with us!

  1. Atwater Village

Atwater Village is nestled right between Silver Lake and Glendale, so you can guess, you will have everything you need and want when living in Atwater Village. It is easy to get anywhere from here, because it is situated right at the 5. 

Atwater Village is not a party town, but if you go to the Silver Lake and Los Feliz you can feel that party vibe. This doesn’t mean that you won’t find fun in Atwater Village, because you will! It is a vibrant and vivid area to live in. Diversity of a neighborhood makes it interesting to many people. Not to mention how amazing food can be found here – tasty Indian restaurants and even Indian grocery stores in the area, amazing tacos and pretty much everything that comes across your mind. Glendale Boulevard is packed with amazing restaurants, so wherever you decide to eat you won’t make a mistake. If you want to relax after work or on weekends, check out one of the bars that are in the lineup along. If you can’t imagine your day without the coffee, you won’t have any issues living here. 

Atwater Village is not even that expensive for living, the rent is around $1800 which is a pretty good offer compared to other LA neighborhoods. 

  1. Beverly Hills

What is the first thing that comes across your mind when you think of Los Angeles. Of course, it is Beverly Hills. If you ever move to Beverly Hills, you will never get tired of it. It is a beautiful neighborhood with many interesting things to do. Living in Beverly Hills is a bit more expensive, as you can guess, so you will have to spend around $3200 per month for rent only. But if you want to live in the VIP area, you have to spend some money on it. Another good side of living in Beverly Hills is that you won’t have any problems with traffic. 

If you have never been to Beverly Hills so far, it is exactly how you imagine it – lavish, rich and clean. Living in Beverly Hills is living a California dream. 

When here, you can go to Rodeo Drive and while you enjoy shopping you can see luxury cars strolling around. Don’t be surprised if you see some celebrity, it is a common thing here. Not only shopping is a fun thing, there are music venues around as well. 

As you can guess, Beverly Hills has one of the best restaurants in the city. You will probably taste one of the life changing meals here. Not just food, but cocktails are amazing too. 

If you can afford it, we would definitely recommend Beverly Hills for settling down!

  1. Downtown

Downtown LA has made a growth throughout the years and it is getting the best place to live in if you are a young professional, fashion influencer, artist or even for families. You will find many amazing restaurants and a thriving fashion scene in DTLA. DTLA is also very well connected with other LA neighborhoods, so you won’t have any problems if you have to commute. It is a very vivid neighborhood, so everywhere you look, people are walking; commuting, hopping in and out of the Metro station, grabbing a happy hour beer, or walking their dog. 

The eastern section of DTLA is the Arts District and it is a very cool area of LA. Some of the best restaurants are located here. You will find amazing Japanese food here, maybe even the best in LA. And you can check out the booming arts and design community. 

The average monthly rent is around $2200, so it is somewhere in the middle when it comes to affordability. 

  1. Glendale

Glendale is approximately equally affordable as DTLA, so the average one bedroom rent is around $2100. It is also very well connected with the rest of LA, so if you have to commute, it will be simple from here. 

Throughout the years, Glendale transformed into one of LA’s best places to eat. This is what brings a lot of people here. Food scene is diverse and you can enjoy any cuisine that you love. Most of the restaurants are family owned and cozy. It is not all about food, there are great shopping places as well, so you won’t have to worry what to do in your free time.

  1. Hollywoods

Last, but definitely not the least is both East and West Hollywood. East Hollywood is a walkable area with amazing restaurants, beautiful parks and hikes, while West Hollywood is a diverse and hipster place perfect for young people. Both Hollywoods attract positive, creative and friendly people. We can all agree that there is no more famous neighborhood than this one, so for the rent you will have to spend around $2100. 

There are many nightclubs here and manifestations throughout the year. You will have fun, that is for sure. Also, Hollywood attracts lots of tourists during the whole year, so if you don’t mind living in a busy neighborhood, you won’t have any problems living here. 

We don’t need to mention that the food scene is more than great! New restaurants are opened every day, so you can’t get bored here. 

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