Panorama City

Panorama City

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About Panorama City

Panorama City is a densely populated urban neighborhood that sits at the center of San Fernando Valley. While this city faces the San Gabriel Mountains, it is also flanked by the towns of North Hills, Arleta, Van Nuys, and Sun Valley. Similar to other areas in Southern California, this locale has year-round temperate weather with very little rain, which makes it ideal for participating in beach events and outdoor activities. This busy metropolitan is on its way to becoming a thriving neighborhood for education, work, and community living in the coming years.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $300,000 to $1,550,000

Closed Prices: $220,000 to $1,130,000

Median Sale Price: $620,000

Average $ per sq ft: $472

Association Fee Ranges: $80 to $400/mo, $0 to $400

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1937 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 674 to 4720 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 11 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 8 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 4 acres

Getting Around Panorama City

Around Panorama City

There are several clean and quiet luxury high-rise condominiums, historic Victorian homes, and multi-family ranch-style homes adjacent to Roscoe Boulevard, which is around the southeast side of Panorama City. This location is close to the Panorama City Branch Library, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, various restaurants, salons and small businesses. More affordable condominium complexes and single-family homes can be found around the west end of Panorama City near Van Nuys Boulevard.

Panorama City offers a variety of dining options including Mexican cuisine, Asian comfort food, and American staples. While there are plenty of fast food restaurants available throughout the city, many popular restaurants are locally owned mom-and-pop establishments. In recent years, there has been a rise in juice and specialty beverage shops as well. The best places to visit for a delicious slice of pizza, wonton noodles, sizzling BBQ, or a plate of perfectly seasoned tacos are on Van Nuys Boulevard, Woodman Avenue, and Roscoe Boulevard.

Panorama City is rich in culture, especially around the heart of the neighborhood near Van Nuys Boulevard. It is common to see a swarm of people waiting to catch the next Metro or Dash bus around the main streets, or city and small business workers caught up in the bustle of their daily lives. There are also multitude of schools scattered throughout the neighborhood, malls, museums, and restaurants.

Although the nightlife in Panorama City isn't as glamorous as its neighboring towns, you can still find a few cocktail lounges, bars, and dance clubs in full party mode along Roscoe Boulevard on a Friday night. Locals and tourists alike tend to flock towards the city's sports venues, local attractions, and performing arts theaters to fill up their time.

For a relaxing day out, gather a few friends and head to Van Nuys Boulevard where you can go shopping at the Panorama Mall. While you are in this part of town, you can also invite your buddies out for a game of pick-up basketball at the Panorama City Park. If you want to try your hand at skateboarding, head towards the Andres and Maria Cardenas Skate Park on Blythe Street. Learn more about American television, music, and film history by visiting The Museum of The San Fernando Valley on Nordhoff Street.

Locals Love

  • Proximity to beaches
  • Plenty of entertainment options
  • Moderate to temperate weather conditions

Locals Don't Love

  • Traffic congestion
  • Lack of parking spaces
  • Crowded

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