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A district in the San Fernando Valley north of Studio City, west and south of North Hollywood, and east of Sherman Oaks, Valley Village consists of mostly single family homes, and small shops and businesses. It is also known for having a high concentration of Jewish residents. Located between the 101 and 170 freeways, Valley Village offers easy access to the rest of the Valley, Hollywood, and Downtown Los Angeles.
- Population: 38,723
- Median Age: 36.8
- Averate Household Size: 2.1 people
- Median Household Income (2009): $56,871
- Median house/condo value (2009): $547,906
Points of Interest
North Hollywood Recreation Center
A community park with baseball diamonds, basketball courts, children's play area, handball courts, picnic tables, seasonal pool, tennis courts and indoor recreation center and gym, the North Hollywood Recreation Center, spanning into Valley Village, is open to all residents.
The NoHo Arts Center
Located in nearby North Hollywood, the award-winning NoHo Arts Center is one of the premiere local theaters in the Los Angeles Area. The company strives to push theater to its limit and each season it strives to put on a lineup that focuses on new works and re-imagined/re-envisioned classics.
Universal Studios Hollywood
A combination movie studio and theme park, Universal Studios is one of the top attractions in the LA area. The park features rides and attractions based on popular films and TV shows as well as the infamous backlot tour of past sets. Outside the general park, City Walk is a favorite of locals looking for a night out; it is an entertainment and retail district that features a state-of-the-art cinema and dozens of popular shops and restaurants.
View Urban Spoon's list of the best Valley Village restaurants