Westwood Village is at the center of L.A. life. It is equal distance from the sunny beaches of Santa Monica to the skyscrapers of Downtown L.A. It is minutes from high-rise offices of Wilshire Blvd. and Century City, as well as to the classes on the UCLA campus. It is an urban oasis – seamlessly combining sleek, modern architecture with its 1920’s era Spanish design. Featuring the modern amenities of the new City Target, Trader Joe’s and flagship Ralphs grocery store, Westwood Village retains its charm with its many trend-setting boutiques and culturally-diverse restaurants lining its streets. It is a pedestrian’s dream come true –wide sidewalks, outdoor dining, a weekly Farmers Market and ongoing events just around the corner from the Hammer Museum, Royce Hall at UCLA and The Geffen Playhouse. If sports are more your passion, then UCLA Athletics has your ticket for world-class college basketball, gymnastics, track and soccer.

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    Transportation, Shopping & Work

    From public transportation served by the Metro, Big Blue Bus, Culver City bus lines, UBER AND LYFT to the quick access to LAX via Park ‘n Fly’s daily shuttle service to being just a few minutes away to the on-ramp of the 405 Freeway, the Westwood Village neighborhood is truly the gateway to L.A. life. All great neighborhoods also feature access to great shopping and dining, and The Glendon is just minutes from Westfield’s Century City Mall, Downtown Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade and the famed Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. When it comes to dining, Westwood Village is a cultural melting pot of cuisine, featuring amazing Persian, Italian, authentic Mexican Street food and some of the best noodle eateries and Hookah lounges in the city. Additionally, Westwood and the surrounding area is home to major employers including UCLA, Warner Music, Fox Studios, the Hammer Museum, Sony Publishing, CAA, Broad Homes, the Veteran’s Administration and more.