Theater hub. Walkable center. Urban feel in affordable zone.

North Hollywood homes can still be found well below the $1 million dollar range. Values are rising, however, as more buyers are recognizing the advantages of its growing urban community.

Around 75% of residents are renters and a density of multifamily properties exists to meet that need. Condos, apartments, duplexes, and townhomes saturate NoHo making it one of the densest communities in the United States.

Creatives live here. Actors, writers, directors have been flocking to NoHo’s 30+ theaters and performance organizations, and with them have come the pubs, restaurants, and cafes they frequent and the home furnishing outlets they require. Stylish theater-goers rush to make that 6 o’clock dinner reservation, stroll to the show, and fill the streets again after curtain call. They grab a nightcap at the retro lounge or tiki bar, then ride-share or walk back home.

Shopping supports this thriving scene. Fashion, pets, fitness, and even pressing astrology insights on the next audition are met with local services.

NoHo neighborhood boasts a municipal park, rec center, 10 public schools, and 10 private schools.

NoHo highlights:

  • The Idle Bar
  • Zombie Jo’s Underground Theater
  • Eclectica Vintage
  • Hollywood Burbank Airport
  • Midcenturyla
  • Wat Thai of Los Angeles
  • Iliad Bookshop
  • Gallery 800