The second most populous city in the United States, Los Angeles is a booming coastal metropolis. Los Angeles, or LA, is more than just the “Creative Capital of the World,” though entertainment does dominate. Major industries include international trade, technology, finance, law, healthcare, aerospace, tourism and transportation. LA is home to three Fortune 500 companies, AECOM, CBRE Group and Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. Other companies with a significant office presence in the metropolitan area include The Walt Disney Company, Forever21, Tesla, Yahoo, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Live Nation, Modcloth, CAA, Warner Brothers, Lionstone and more.
Los Angeles is a driving city, with the majority of residents utilizing streets and highways like the 405, 5, 10, 101, 105, 110, 60 in addition to Pico, Olympic, Wilshire, Santa Monica, and Sepulveda. While LA has a reputation for having some of the worst traffic in the United States, commuters actually spend less time on the roads compared to other major cities. While extremely difficult, it is possible to get around Los Angeles without a owning a car. Rideshare applications, cabs, the LA County Metro, the subway system, which includes the Red, Purple, Gold, Blue, Expo and Green lines, an abundance of buses and even Bird scooters are options for those without cars.
Los Angeles has hundreds of unique neighborhoods spanning from the western border of the Valley to the beach-y coast of the Pacific Ocean. If you’re looking for office or coworking space for your business in the entertainment industry, the iconic Hollywood can be a great place to start your search, but don’t overlook Century City, home to Fox Studios, Glendale, with Disney’s Grand Creative Campus and Dreamworks Animation offices, or Burbank, known as the “media capital of the world.” Maybe you’re looking to lease office or coworking space in the heart of Los Angeles’ startup scene. Join the community of Silicon Beach, which consists of Playa Vista, Santa Monica and Venice, or stay close to the tech scene and the beach in Marina Del Rey. There’s even a tech scene in Culver City, home to Sony, and future home of Amazon Studios, Apple and HBO. Does your business have more of a creative edge? There’s plenty of office and coworking space in West Hollywood or Downtown Los Angeles. Or maybe you’re looking for upscale office or coworking space; in which case you should search in Beverly Hills, Brentwood or Westwood.
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