North Hollywood is a neighborhood located within Los Angeles County in the San Fernando Valley. It is bordered by Burbank, Van Nuys, and Sun Valley. This town of approximately 77,848 residents as of the 2000 census is fairly diverse and shares a bit of history with nearby Hollywood. Houses in North Hollywood are built in a variety of styles, including mission, craftsman, colonial, and Mediterranean. The median listing price for homes in this area is $529,950.
The town of North Hollywood is home to the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, as well as the NoHo Arts District. The district is named after the SoHo District in New York. It is home to over 20 professional theaters, as well as art galleries, shops, and cafes. North Hollywood is also undergoing new renovations that are aimed at recapturing its historic image. The demographics of the neighborhood are changing from suburban to metropolitan, due in part to the construction of several multi-purpose units including condominiums, townhouses, and apartments. North Hollywood is undergoing "L.A.'s biggest transit project," called the "NoHo Art Wave," a $1 billion mixed-use development that incorporates 562 residential units in addition to high-rise office towers.
North Hollywood houses most of the North Hollywood Recreation Center, with part of the center in located in Valley Village. The park has many recreation spaces, including indoor and outdoor basketball courts, lighted tennis courts, and a seasonal pool. While North Hollywood doesn't border Hollywood, it is extremely close to this famous neighborhood, which houses the Academy Awards, Capitol Records, and major tourist destinations like the Hollywood Walk of Fame. North Hollywood is approximately half an hour Northeast from the Santa Monica coast, and half an hour Northwest from downtown Los Angeles. Nearby colleges include the high ranking universities UCLA and USC. Browse our listings for homes in North Hollywood, and become part of the magic of this star-studded area.