Learn more about living in our Noho Arts District apartments
It’s hard to imagine just how much can be packed into a 1-square-mile community … until you visit the NoHo Arts District in North Hollywood. Despite the area being relatively small in size, it features more than 20 performance spaces, art galleries, workshops, studios, live music venues, NoHo Arts District apartments, businesses and restaurants, all of which add to the neighborhood’s eclectic, vibrant energy. As the home of artists, performers and musicians, this cultural hub is a highly desirable place to experience art and be immersed in the best Los Angeles has to offer.
NoHo Arts District apartments are located within walking distance to 22 live theaters - an astounding number, considering the neighborhood’s size - most of which with smaller capacities to create a more intimate atmosphere. El Portal Theatre, which originally opened as a silent movie theater, is instantly recognizable by its historic marquee and three distinct theater spaces. Walk down Lankershim Boulevard to the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, complete with its 27-foot Emmy Award replica and bronze TV industry sculpture garden, then down to Skinny’s Lounge for live music, dance performances and a swanky NoHo vibe.
Transportation around NoHo Arts District apartments is convenient, allowing locals and visitors plenty of opportunity to get around the neighborhood and to other parts of the city. The neighborhood, which spans as far north as Hatteras Street and as far south as Camarillo Street, flanked Whitnall Off-Leash Dog Park and North Hollywood Park to the east and west, is just minutes away from Route 170 and US-101, not far from the I-5 and the 405. When traffic is especially bad and it's easier to travel by foot and transit, the North Hollywood Metro Red Line station is a short walk from anywhere in the Arts District and buses run throughout the area on a regular schedule.
There’s plenty to do in NoHo Arts District other than theater, as evidenced by the plethora of local restaurants, clubs, bars and shops in and around the neighborhood. Head over to the Federal Bar, which was once a bank, is a hip gastropub with more than 20 rotating beers on tap; Idle Hour, which looks more like a barrel than a bar, is the go-to neighborhood hotspot for handcrafted cocktails and upscale bar food; Tonga Hut, LA’s oldest Tiki bar, complete with kitschy cocktails; and the NoHo Arts District Farmers Market, held every Saturday near the North Hollywood Metro Red Line station. But perhaps the best entertainment can be found free of charge, just steps from NoHo Arts District apartments, as locals sing, dance and perform on the streets, entertaining all who cross their path in LA’s most vibrant neighborhood.
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