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Culver City is known for its thriving media and entertainment industry, and proximity to major film studios, including Culver Studios and Sony Pictures, several freeways, and LAX. Culver City real estate is desirable for businesses, homeowners, and investors alike, and property values have continued on an upward trajectory. Read more about Culver City real estate.
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Packed into its 5-mile radius, Culver City boasts 13 green parks, six museums, three community and recreational facilities, and a hospital. Scattered in and between neighborhoods you will find over 75 acres of public parks, including Carlson Park, Veteran's Park, the Boneyard dog park, and Culver City Skate Park, to name a few.
Culver City Community Highlights
- A major center of film and television production, with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sony Pictures Entertainment, the NFL Network, and more all located here.
- Home to Antioch University - Los Angeles and West Los Angeles College (actually adjacent to Culver City in unincorporated Los Angeles County).
- Former home of the Hughes Aircraft Company, opened in 1941 by Howard Hughes.
- The Los Angeles International Airport is just seven miles away.
Culver City Amenities
The Culver City real estate area boasts a rich economy, and with it comes many local amenities. Packed into its 5-mile radius, Culver City boasts 13 green parks, six museums, three community and recreational facilities, and a hospital.
Scattered in and between neighborhoods you will find over 75 acres of public parks, including Carlson Park, Veteran's Park, the Boneyard dog park, and Culver City Skate Park, to name a few. The Ballona Creek bike path is a satisfying way to travel from the bustle of Culver City to the relaxing shores of Playa del Ray beach.
Culver City has become a shopping destination for many, boasting a mix of modern and luxury brands. Platform, Helms Bakery Complex, and several boutique shops all draw a crowd.
Dining opportunities in Culver City also do not disappoint. Destroyer, Piccalilli, Dear John’s, and Hatchet Hall are all local favorites, but with dozens of options to try, you will soon find your own top pick. Meanwhile, Lodge Bread and Stanley’s Wet Goods offer the perfect addition to any home-cooked meal.
Culver City Area Schools
Culver City is well-known by locals for its excellent school system, including El Marino Elementary, which is a California Distinguished school. The Culver City area public schools are:
- El Marino Elementary
- El Rincon Elementary
- Farragut Elementary
- La Ballona Elementary
- Linwood E. Howe Elementary
- Culver City Middle School
- Culver City High School
Culver City also has the iAcademy full-time independent study program for children in grades 6-12, and is close to several private schools, including Harvard-Westlake School, Windward School, and Marlborough School.
Culver City Local History
Culver City was established by entrepreneur Henry Culver in 1913 when plans for its development were announced to local businessmen at The California Club. Culver's choice of land was based on its geographical location which is equal distance from downtown LA to the east and Venice Beach to the west. In 1915 Culver convinced Thomas H. Ince to relocate his film studio from the Venice Beach area to Culver City and in so doing "The Heart of Screenland" was established by the first film studio in Culver City.
MGM, Hal Roache Studios, RKO and Desilu Productions all called Culver City home at one time or another. To this day, Sony Pictures is the largest company in Culver City, employing over 6,000 people. This creative trend continues with many technology and internet marketing companies locating their offices in downtown Culver City.
There has been a resurgence since the late 90's, and as a result Culver City has acquired a reputation for being a pedestrian-friendly community, with great restaurants and a thriving art district.
Architecture has been a key component in the resurgence of Culver City, attracting avant-garde practitioners such as Thomas Mayne, Eric Owen Moss, and Steven Ehrlich who have established studios here.
One of the first partnerships which helped shape downtown Culver City was between Eric Owen Moss and developer Samitar Smith. Together they transformed the Hayden Tract into what is now known as Conjunctive Points, which up until then had been a forgotten track of land once occupied by warehouses and old railroad tracks.
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