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Classic Spanish-style bungalows and condominium buildings with first-class amenities, among others.


Welcome to West Hollywood/Bird Streets

Coveted. Vibrant. Walkable. Central.

West Hollywood and particularly, its Bird Streets, are highly coveted among athletes, tech entrepreneurs and the entertainment elite (including Leo and Keanu) for its masterpiece homes and unobstructed panoramic views. Walkable yet secluded, central yet discreet, WeHo – as it is commonly known – offers the ideal mix of a vibrant, cool culture and a refined lifestyle, whether you are up in the Hollywood Hills or in one of the adorable streets off Sunset, Fountain, Santa Monica or Melrose. Its trendy neighborhoods are bustling with great nightlife, fun restaurants and fashion-forward boutiques.

Home types: New luxury homes by some of the finest contemporary architects, classic Spanish-style bungalows and condominium buildings with first-class amenities, among others.

What we love: Melrose Place shopping, Sunset Strip nightlife, diverse housing options, an exciting central location, walkability and inclusivity.


West Hollywood offers an enormous array of shops, both trendy and refined. Melrose Place is a must-visit for fashionistas, offering quaint boutiques by contemporary European and American designers, while Melrose Avenue is known for its trendier lifestyle stores. The Sunset Strip offers trendy, youthful stores like Fred Segal.

Melrose Place

  • Violet Grey: Upscale beauty boutique with products handpicked by Cassandra Grey.
  • Zimmermann: The European brand beloved for feminine, flowing dresses and floral prints.
  • Apartment by The Line: The brick-and-mortar store of chic online retailer The Line is filled with beautiful clothing, home wares, jewelry and accessories.
  • Isabel Marant: The French cult designer’s charming LA outpost.
  • Glossier: Super-cool makeup brand beloved by teens and adults alike.

Melrose Avenue

  • Maxfield: High-end designer boutique that has long been a staple for LA’s most fashionable women.
  • Woven/Decorative Carpets by STARK/Samuel’s Rug Gallery: Three stores offering the very best rugs for your home.
  • Clare V.: Named for its French-born, LA-based designer, this boutique offers playful and colorful handbags, accessories and jewelry.
  • The Real Real: Upscale vintage and very gently worn high-end designer items.
  • H.L.N.R. (H. Lorenzo North Robertson) curates a diverse collection of high-quality fashion items and accessories for women and men.

Sunset Strip

  • Fred Segal: A leading clothing boutique that has been at the forefront of the L.A. fashion scene since the early 1960s.


Few LA neighborhoods offer as many culinary gems as West Hollywood, whether you’re looking for a fun casual lunch spot on Melrose or an upscale, special occasion dinner off Sunset.

  • Gracias Madre: Organic and vegan Mexican cuisine.
  • Cecconi’s: Delicious Italian dishes on an elegant, Venetian-style patio.
  • Craig’s: A West Hollywood favorite, serving elevated American dishes like ribeye steak and meatloaf.
  • A.O.C: Suzanne Goin’s first restaurant consistently serves up delicious small plates and a fun scene.
  • Sweet Lady Jane: The spot on Melrose for upscale bakery items, light lunches and decadent desserts.
  • Croft Alley: A jewel-sized lunch spot tucked into Melrose Place.
  • Fig & Olive: The spot on Melrose Place for Mediterranean-style fine dining.
  • BOA Steakhouse: Sophisticated contemporary steak and seafood dining.
  • Sushi Park: It may not look like much, but this arguably Los Angeles’ finest sushi spot.
  • Connie & Ted’s: Cute, casual spot serving New England-style seafood dishes.


  • LA Pride Parade and Festival, a weekend-long party with nonstop entertainment, celebrates WeHo’s history as a hub for the city’s LGBTQ+ community for decades.
  • Pacific Design Center is home to over 100 design and furniture markets and showrooms, a Museum of Contemporary Art gallery, and two restaurants run by celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck.
  • West Hollywood Park is an inviting neighborhood greenspace with off-leash dog areas, grassy lawns, and basketball courts.
  • Melrose Place Farmers’ Market is held every Sunday morning year-round, with vendors offering freshly-prepared foodstuffs and locally-grown produce.


The stretch of Sunset Boulevard known as the Sunset Strip is filled with legendary Rockstar hangouts and leading comedy clubs.

  • The Rainbow Room, The Roxy, The Viper Room, and Whisky a Go Go are lively stalwarts on the nightlife scene that feature frequent performances from some of L.A.’s biggest rock musicians and hottest up-and-coming acts, plus celeb spottings.
  • The Troubadour is one of WeHo’s premier live music venues, showcasing performances from some of the best touring acts.
  • Since opening in 1972, The Comedy Store’s stage has hosted comedy’s elite, including Jim Carrey, Dave Chappelle, George Carlin, David Letterman, Richard Pryor, Chris Rock, and Robin Williams. Comedians often drop by here to try out new material.
  • The Strip is filled with luxury hotels offering high-end spa and club facilities, including The EDITION, the Sunset Tower Hotel and private members’ club Soho House.


West Hollywood and The Bird Streets are zoned to the Los Angeles Unified Public School District. Two leading schools are:

  • Le Lycee Francais de Los Angeles, Private (Nonsectarian), PK-12
  • West Hollywood Elementary, Public, K-5

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