Studio Village

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    Bounded by Overland and Sepulveda to the east and west and Ballona Creek and Jefferson Blvd., Studio Village is also called Lindberg Park. Studio Village is adjacent to Sony Pictures’ huge lot in Culver City. Culver City offers a broad range of shopping and dining opportunities along Washington Blvd. and Washington Place. Studio Village tends to be a quieter neighborhood, and it offers a variety of home choices for professionals working at Sony or related industries nearby.

    The neighborhood is centered around its park. Lindberg Park offers many recreational activities, including English Dance events featuring local musicians. The neighborhood is regarded as very safe, and while shopping and dining within Studio Village primarily consists of strip malls with chain stores and fast-casual restaurants, you are within minutes of Culver City’s dining district including foodie favorites like Akasha, Public School 310, and The Wallace.

    You will find many homes exhibiting pride of ownership and unique landscaping, interior design, and creative adaptations of small 1940s rooms and lots. Like many of the neighborhoods in this area of west Los Angeles, Studio Village’s primary home development occurred during the 1940s aircraft industry boom. Homes in Studio Village tend to take advantage of their compact size to create unique living spaces reflecting the personality of their owners. Studio Village also includes some condominium and townhouse developments for home buyers seeking a turn-key lifestyle. This quiet neighborhood adjacent to Sony Pictures offers classic suburban tree-lined streets within minutes of the beaches and downtown Los Angeles. Locals also know that Jefferson Blvd. can be a quick way downtown during freeway congestion.


    • Lindberg Park
    • El Marino Park
    • Blanco Park
    • Coombs Park


    • Farragut Elementary School
    • Culver City Middle School
    • Culver City High School