Hollywood Hills is a residential area in the city of Los Angeles, California’s central region. It is made up of numerous neighborhoods namely:

Laurel Canyon

Outpost Estates

Whitley Heights

Beachwood Canyon

The Bird Streets

Cahuenga Pass

Hollywood Dell

Hollywood Heights

Hollywoodland

Franklin Village

Hollywood Hills neighborhood touches below areas:

Studio City is formerly known as Laurelwood. The area that Studio City occupies was previously part of Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando. The neighborhood is named after the film studio lot built-in 1927 by Mack Sennett, which is CBS Studio Center now.

Universal City is within the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It is an unincorporated area and a county island.

Burbank is 12 miles (19 km) northwest of downtown Los Angeles. It is located in the southeastern part of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County, California.

Griffith Park is in the eastern part of the Santa Monica Mountains. It is a large municipal park in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

The area got its name from a prominent Californio family, the Feliz family, who had owned it since 1795.  It’s a hillside area in Los Angeles, California’s Hollywood region.

Hollywood is a section of Los Angeles, California. Its name has come to be a metonymy for the United States film industry and those in it. It became an official municipality in 1903.

Hollywood Hills West is located in Central Los Angeles, California. Three City of Los Angeles recreation centers are located in the area. These are Wattles Garden Park, Laurel Canyon Park,  and Runyon Canyon Park.

Remarkable places to visit:

Hollywood Bowl is an amphitheater located in Hollywood Hills. In 2018, Rolling Stone magazine named it as one of the top ten live music venues in America.

John Anson Ford Amphitheatre consists of 1,200 seats in an outdoor setting located in the regional park of the county. Los Angeles owns the facility and is operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation and Ford Theater Foundation.

Part of Griffith Park is located in Hollywood Hills. It’s a 4,310 acres municipal park, considered one of North America’s largest urban parks.

It is at 6300 Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles, California 90068. It is the second oldest property chain of Forest Lawn cemetery.

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