Studio City

Studio City


Situated in southeast San Fernando Valley, the seven-square-mile district of Studio City, acquired its name in the 1920s when Mack Sennett began filming in the region and his soundstages, the Mack Sennett Studios, were later renamed Mascot Pictures Studios, Republic Pictures Studio, MTM Enterprises Studios, and today are known as CBS Radford Studios. Most commercial activity takes place in Ventura Boulevard, and similar to its neighbor Sherman Oaks, Studio City has seen a zoom in fine dining restaurants like La Loggia, and Firefly, many sushi bars and two major food shops. With a surge in retails, even the large condominiums have replaced single-family homes that cost around $1,150,000, or choose living in the Studio City Hills for spectacular views of the San Fernando Valley.

Major attractions are the CBS Studio Center, a film, and television studio; the Studio City Home, utilized as the exterior for the Brady Bunch television show; Farmers Market held every Sunday.; walk along the Los Angeles River; visit Ventura Boulevard for shops of jewelry, coffee shops, rare antiques, and clothes. Located in Studio City Hills is the Coldwater Canyon Park with seven miles of hiking trails, fruit orchard, organic garden, tree nursery, and educational displays.




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