Through the blending of an energized metropolitan city and the vibes of a smaller community, West Hollywood has created a nuance that keeps its residents continually contributing to local business.
Between the boutiques in the Avenues of Art and Design and the high-end retail of Sunset Plaza, shoppers can find everything they need, from unusual items and unique gifts to furniture and accessories for those remodeling or redecorating their homes.
On top of the typical health food store and gym, residents and businesses in West Hollywood also have a flair for the finer things in life, shown through exciting showrooms and the specialty shops of the Avenues of Art and Design. And constantly bustling with business are the Sunset Plaza’s sultry, palatial, chic retail stores and modern restaurants.
The Sunset Strip, nestled between Crescent Heights Boulevard and Doheny Drive, is one of the most popular tourist stops in all of Southern California. In the Prohibition era, the Sunset Strip was the site to escape to outside of the Los Angeles city line, standing as a place for those looking to partake in gambling, drinking and partying. Though the activities along the Strip are legal today, it certainly has not lost its free-spirited, no-holds-barred lifestyle.
Surrounding Melrose Avenue, San Vicente, Robertson from La Cienega on the east to Doheny on the west, from Santa Monica Boulevard to north and Beverly to the south, the Avenues of Art and Design is a neighborhood full of life. With friendly and helpful galleries, showrooms, restaurants, fashion boutiques and specialty shops, the Avenues’ businesses are devoted to bringing only the best in art and design to L.A. and beyond. And with each business located within easy walking distance of each other, shoppers can easily fulfill their individual shopping needs for home, office and one’s own expression.