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Beachwood Canyon

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NOTABLE ARCHITECTURE

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Hollywood Tower

Two Stone Gates

Two Stone Gates

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Mondrian House

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Beachwood Spanish Colonial

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Double Indemnity House

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6416 Rodgerton Dr.

RESTAURANTS, CAFES, AND BARS

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

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Lake Hollywood

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Hiking above the Hollywood sign.

VINTAGE LANDMARKS

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Scientology Celebrity Centre

SHOPPING

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Beachwood Market

DEMOGRAPHICS

SCHOOLS

The neighborhood is zoned to LAUSD schools.

  • Cheremoya Elementary School
  • Le Conte Middle School
  • Hollywood High School

ARCHITECTURE

Home to more than 22,000 residents, Beachwood Canyon was first developed in the 1920s by a syndicate composed of West Hollywood’s founder, Gen. M. H. Sherman; Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler; and real estate mogul Sidney Woodruff (who also developed Dana Point). The architects and landscapers who developed the enclave drew inspiration from the southern regions of France, Italy and Spain, as well as the turreted castles of Germany, building in the Storybook house architectural style