Furnished Corporate Housing in Hollywood, CA
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Hollywood should need no introduction. It’s an area of international acclaim and the self-proclaimed entertainment capital of the world. It’s a neighborhood within central Los Angeles but has a character and charm all of its own. There is more to it than just movies too.
The movie industry and tourism is huge in Hollywood and the three main streets, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Boulevard and Melrose Avenue get a lot of that tourism action. There is more going on here than just the streets though with many hundreds of non-movie or entertainment-related businesses calling it home.
It’s proximity to LA means Hollywood is very much a part of the much larger city. Corporate rentals in Hollywood are mostly apartments and condominiums of a very high standard.
Employment in Hollywood
Entertainment plays a huge part in the local economy but isn’t all there is. A high proportion of people work from home as freelancers or self-employed in LA. Many work for the city or county while many work in entertainment.
Major employers in Hollywood include Paramount Pictures, Live Nation Entertainment, Ticketmaster, j2 Global, Trailer Park, Universal Studios, Warner Bros. Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, Metro, IAC, Target and Sunset Marquis.
Medical centers in Hollywood include AHF Healthcare Center – Hollywood, AHF Healthcare Center – Hollywood and St. Anthony Medical Centers.
Getting around Hollywood
If you’re flying into Hollywood you will likely use Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) or Bob Hope Airport (BUR) in Burbank. Both airports have shuttles running directly to and from Hollywood.
Rail will be served by LA Union Station linked by the Metro Red Line to Hollywood. Amtrak and Metrolink both run services there. Metro also run buses throughout Hollywood.
Roads are plentiful with the Hollywood Freeway dissecting the neighborhood in one direction and Santa Monica Boulevard in another. Local routes run throughout the area carrying local and commuter traffic.
Hollywood has a lot going on for a relatively small area thanks to its international popularity.
Neighborhoods in Hollywood include Hancock Park, La Brea Avenue and Hollywood and Vine.
Things to see and do in Hollywood include CBS Columbia Square, Charlie Chaplin Studios, Cinerama Dome, Crossroads of the World, Dolby Theatre, Earl Carroll Theatre, El Capitan Theatre, Frederick’s of Hollywood, Gower Gulch, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood & Western Building, Hollywood and Highland Center, Hollywood and Vine, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood Heritage Museum, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood Masonic Temple, Hollywood Museum, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Hollywood Wax Museum, Knickerbocker Hotel, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Musso & Frank Grill, Pantages Theatre, Roosevelt Hotel and Sunset Gower Studios.
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