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Los Angeles is one of America’s primary cities, one of the most famous, most infamous and most populous all in one. It’s also a great place to live, work and play. Once the land of the Tongva people, it is now a place of a rich and diverse cultural mix which makes living here fascinating.
LA is the largest city in California and second largest in the U.S. With an estimated population of around 4 million and a hugely diverse demographic and economy, you will see everything and everyone represented here. Los Angeles sits by the Pacific Ocean with the mountains on the other side. It covers about 469 square miles in total.
Corporate rentals in LA are mainly apartments and condominiums and are purpose built. With locations across the city, there is a huge selection of accommodation for anyone working here.
Employment in Los Angeles
Los Angeles has a huge economic output from across industries. From Hollywood to finance, aerospace to technology, most industries are represented here. LA is the largest manufacturing center on the west coast and the busiest port in the United States.
Major employers in Los Angeles include University of California, Kaiser Permanente, University of Southern California, Northrop Grumman Corp., Providence Health & Services, Target Corp., Ralphs / Food 4 Less (Kroger Co.), Walt Disney Co., Allied Universal, NBCUniversal, AT&T Inc., Home Depot, California Institute of Technology, California State University, Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX), Boeing Co., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Paramount Pictures Corp. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc..
Getting Around Los Angeles
LA has five commercial airports, LAX, Long Beach, Bob Hope, John Wayne Airport, and LA/Ontario. LAX is by far the biggest with 9 terminals and hundreds of flights per day. There are buses and trains that take you from the city to the airports with varying degrees of schedules too.
Trains are also well served by Union Station in the city. Amtrak run into and out of here with Metrolink local trains serving commuters and locals. There are plenty of services but they get very busy and very hot. Metro Rail runs subway services throughout the city too.
Buses are plentiful with Greyhound, BoltBus, Megabus, Flixbus, Hoang Express, LuxBus and many others offering services to commuters and travelers alike.
Being Southern California, the car is the most popular form of transport by far. There are millions of cars on the road here, meaning traffic can be a real challenge. Due to the sprawl of the city, it is the only viable method of transport if you want to get anywhere quickly, although that’s a relative term here.
LA is served by I-5, I-10, I-40, I-405, Highway 101 and local routes all around the city.
Los Angeles life
Los Angeles is a massive city with lots of life, energy and enthusiasm. Whatever your interest, hobby or passion, you’ll find something to satisfy it here.
Los Angeles neighborhoods include Atwater Village, Beverly Grove, Beverly Hills, Culver City, Downtown, Echo Park, Frogtown, Glendale, Highland Park, Eagle Rock, Northeast LA., The Hollywoods, Koreatown, Los Feliz, Pasadena, San Gabriel Valley, Santa Monica, Venice, Silver Lake, South Bay add Burbank.
The highlights of LA could go on for many pages but they include: Hollywood, Grauman’s Chinese Theater, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Warner Brothers Studios, Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Pictures, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Westwood Village Memorial Park, Mission San Fernando, the Getty Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), California Science Center, MacArthur Park, Venice Beach, Hollywood Bowl and the Los Angeles County Fair.
Here are some more things to do in LA: Santa Monica Pier and Beach, Venice Beach Boardwalk, Griffith Observatory, The Original Farmers Market, Rodeo Drive, Disneyland, Walt Disney Concert Hall, TCL Chinese Theatre, Getty Center, The Strand, Pacific Coast Highway, Dodger Stadium, The Broad, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Sunset Boulevard, Universal Studios Hollywood, Runyon Canyon, Grand Central Market and El Pueblo de Los Angeles.
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