Beverly Grove


Where is Beverly Grove and what is it?

it’s a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles in the Central L.A. region of Los Angeles County.

 The Grove + The Famous Spanish Revival Style Homes built within the areas in the 1920′s
Local Stats:

 Here is a small map that shows Beverly Grove zoning areas:
 Beverly Grove Home Owners Association is our local neighborhood watch: who knew these organizations exisit anymore? With technology moving forward neighborhood groups have seemed to die out, but keeping that small town in a big city connection with your neighbors nuture the community and protect it. Visit their website to see how you can help or be involved.
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LaCienega-Beverly Blvd Coalition
The beloved neighborhood by those who live here. It’s a long established, laid back community of 20s and 30s homes,
located in one of the most exciting, trendy areas of Los Angeles. 

The intersecton of La Cienega and Beverly Blvd. is known as The Studio Zone.
“In the film and TV locations business, contrary to the tenets of astrophysics,
there actually is a center of the universe and it’s at the corner of La Cienega and Beverly Boulevards.
Where the Beverly Center meets the Beverly Connection is the dead center of
Hollywood’s so-called Studio Zone.” —Christopher Grove, Variety

Beverly Grove Areas

Central LA (Beverly Grove)

Central LA (Fairfax)

Central LA (Mid-City)

Central LA (Mid-Wilshire)

Stretching west to Robertson Boulevard, north to Santa Monica Boulevard, east to La Brea, and south to Pico Boulevard, Central LA is a vast and amorphous area in the heart of the city, known primarily for its shopping, quaint residential streets, delectable restaurants, and bustling though scattered nightlife.

The neighborhood is home to professionals, post-grads, and young families, as well as a large and visible Hasidic Jewish population and the ethnically entrenched Little Ethiopia that runs down Fairfax Avenue near Central LA’s southern boundary.

By day, boutique shopping and quaint al fresco dining options abound on posh and trendy Robertson Boulevard and its super-stylish sister, Third Street. The areas are flanked by two of LA’s biggest shopping centers – the Beverly Center and The Grove – and La Cienega Boulevard’s Restaurant Row, which features posh sushi joints, expensive steakhouses, and a big enough variety of cafés and restaurants to suit just about any budget.

Nearby Farmers Market and its astounding number of ethnic cuisine options is a favorite of the city’s food aficionados, while the cultured set heads to the many Central LA museums along Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile.

When the sun goes down, certain pockets of the sprawling region come alive, especially on Third Street and La Cienega when young professionals and well-heeled scene-seekers hit up the myriad bars, lounges, clubs, dives, and leading-edge restaurants that may not rival Hollywood in terms of quantity, but that go toe-to-toe in terms of quality.

(information by PartyEarth)

 Museum Row is apart of Beverly Grove






Household income in thousands of dollars $

Brunch Row off West Third Street



Education level

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Occupied housing units





Military era
 Thus the amount of the awesome elderly that visit the Original Farmer’s Market early mornings: see them huddle at Bob’s Donuts.

Ancestry and immigration

  • Russian (10.4%) and Iranian(8.5%) are the most common ancestries.
  • 7,769 (36.3%) of residents are foreign born, about average for the city of Los Angeles and about average for the county. Iran (20.2%) and Poland (7.4%) are the most common foreign places of birth.
Beverly Grove is one of the 272 neighborhoods in Mapping L.A., The Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools.
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