West Hollywood Center City
Tri-West Conveniently sits at the center of West Hollywood life. The neighborhood boundaries are Santa Monica Blvd to the north, Huntley Dr to the west, West Knoll Dr to the east and Melrose Ave to the south.
Tri-West offers most condominium and multi family dwellings in a variety of architectural styles. There are many Mid-Century buildings showcasing true California living with their unique designs of their era. There are also a great amount of Spanish style duplexes and Craftsmen styles as well.
Residents of the Tri-West neighborhood can easily access the West Hollywood Library, the Pacific Design Center, and high end shops and boutiques along Melrose Avenue.
West Hollywood East
West Hollywood Center City, features the best in dining, entertainment & shopping venues. It contains the Melrose Fashion District and some of the most architecturally significant buildings in the city. This area is also home to famous and historic hotels like the Chateau Marmont and Sunset Tower.
West Hollywood Central's boundaries roughly include La Cienega Blvd on the west, Rosewood to the south, Fairfax on the east and Sunset Blvd to the north. Continued...
West Hollywood North
West Hollywood East is located on the border of Hollywood and is just north of the neighborhood by The Grove. It contains an eclectic mix of apartments and condominium buildings. Most recently home to some of the newest construction projects in West Hollywood. This great area is also home to major shopping & stores such as; Target, Trader Joe's & Whole Foods. An exciting and very walkable part of town offering many different kinds of food, entertainment and Plummer Park, where you can take in a round of Tennis. Plumber Park is also home to West Hollywood Farmers Market.
West Hollywood West
West Hollywood North offers a mix of single family homes, condo buildings and even a few highrises.
West Hollywood North is the area north of Santa Monica Blvd, south of Sunset Blvd between San Vicente Blvd up to Cynthia St then west to Doheny Dr and La Cienega Blvd on the east.
The West Hollywood North area is home to both the original West Hollywood Library on the northwest corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Westbourne Drive and the original West Hollywood Fire Station (on Palm Avenue).