Rent Coworking or Office Space in the Van Nuys Area of Los Angeles

Situated approximately 15 miles from the city of Los Angeles, Van Nuys is the most heavily populated town in the San Fernando Valley. Van Nuys is named for Isaac Newton Van Nuys, who originally owned all of the southern San Fernando Valley and was a key player in the city’s development.

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Situated approximately 15 miles from the city of Los Angeles, Van Nuys is the most heavily populated town in the San Fernando Valley. Van Nuys is named for Isaac Newton Van Nuys, who originally owned all of the southern San Fernando Valley and was a key player in the city’s development.

The city was annexed by Los Angeles in 1915, and has experienced significant economic growth that has caused it to become a thriving metropolis on its own. For example, the Pacific Electric Railway made it the first stop on its San Fernando Line, and the opening of the Van Nuys City Hall allowed the city to become a satellite center for Los Angeles municipal government operations. Today this transit connection continues to be vitally important for businesses in the area supporting a beneficial connection between both cities.

In addition to rail transit, the city is also served by the Van Nuys Airport, which is the 25th busiest airport in the nation. Though not as close, the city is also served by the close proximity to Hollywood Burbank Airport as well as the Los Angeles International Airport. All the local airports can be reached by one of the two Metro Rail Rapid Transit System lines that operate in Van Nuys. Plans are also underway to construct the East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor, which will have Van Nuys as its southernmost terminal. All of these travel and transit options make Van Nuys a hub for both local and international business.

While the residents of Van Nuys enjoy an average household income that is in keeping with the national average, the cost of living in Van Nuys is slightly lower than elsewhere in Los Angeles County. This makes the city a great choice for anyone who desires the amenities of Los Angeles without the associated high cost of living. Similarly this makes it attractive to small businesses looking to accommodate employee needs in the LA area.

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