Countless celebrities, musicians, and industry types reside in this Valley community thanks to a close proximity to the studios and L.A. proper—just over the hill via Laurel Canyon. Families appreciate the 11 schools within Studio City, including the famed (and private) Harvard-Westlake and Campbell Hall, and various parks and recreation areas. Architectural standouts include Rudolph M. Schindler’s Goodwin House, Edward H. Fickett’s home in Fryman Estates, and the Tufeld Residence by Gregory Ain. There are lots of renovated Mid-Century offerings, along with Traditional two-story homes on quiet streets in the hills. Enter gastropub heaven at Black Market, enjoy some of the best sushi in L.A. at Sugarfish, shop for Heidi Merrick dresses at DARI, and do weekend brunch at iconic Joan’s on Third.
By Loren Talbot Los Angeles. At the end of a cul-de-sac in the Studio City neighborhood, this three-bedroom house was built in 1964. The contemporary home has an open floor plan, glass walls, and a remodeled master bedroom that includes a high ceiling with skylights and an attached outdoor deck. The property boasts a lush... Keep reading →
Bringing the bright, rich flavors of Mexican seafood to Studio City, Maradentro joins Jesse Gomez’s and Executive Chef/Partner Jose Acevedo’s other stellar Los Angeles restaurants — Mercado and Yxta Cocina Mexicana. Maradentro means “the sea inside” and is translated into the restaurant’s vivid and welcoming design by architect Ana Henton of Ana Henton Design. On... Keep reading →