About Century City
Current Prices: $365,000 to $19,900,000
Closed Prices: $539,000 to $21,600,000
Median Sale Price: $1,221,880
Average $ per sq ft: $1040
Association Fee Ranges: $385, $283 to $2618/mo, $0 to $20004
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1924 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 242 to 9604 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 9 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres
Around Century City
Although there are some low-key and affluent residences available in Century City, the majority of the area is primarily a business district. However, towards the east side of Century City on Century Park Lane are homes ranging from luxurious duplexes to high-rise condominiums. The opposite end of town along Beverly Glen Boulevard consists of mostly single-family townhouses, low-rise condominiums, and large mansions for those who can afford to spend a little bit more.
Olympic Boulevard hosts the neighborhood's culinary options, which include American-style cafes, grocery stores, and restaurants. You can find a variety of ethnic cuisines available including Japanese, Middle Eastern, Korean, and several fusion options. The Westfield Century City Mall's famous food court also satisfies any craving. This is not your typical food court that offers only fast food from well-known chains. Instead, they partner up with a number of quality restaurants, providing plenty of healthy and filling options. There are also numerous specialty chocolate and dessert shops within the mall for those who want to satisfy their sweet tooth.
Beautiful and towering corporate buildings with glittering lights are what differentiate this neighborhood from the rest of Los Angeles. You'll typically see sharply dressed entertainment industry professionals, UCLA students, service workers, or City of Los Angeles employees who are out for lunch or heading to work. During business hours, streets will be cluttered due to heavy traffic throughout the neighborhood.
Although Century City's nightlife is not as active when compared to other parts of town, there are American-fusion restaurants for fine dining and several bars with a large beer selection for those who want to catch a game. However, the place to be is definitely the Westfield Century City Mall's movie theater, which is always crowded on a Friday night.
Grab something delicious at one of the many restaurants along Santa Monica Boulevard. Out-of-town visitors will love exploring the famous television and movie sets in 20th Century Fox Studios. You can also check out the The Annenberg Space for Photography. If all else fails, take a walk through Avenue of the Stars and have a picnic on the open grass areas by Santa Monica Boulevard.
- Neighborhood safety and cleanliness
- Being near entertainment studios
- Accessibility to renowned food, movies and shopping
Locals Don't Love
- Steadily increasing prices
- Lack of available parking near popular areas
- Congested Los Angeles traffic during business hours
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