Ladera Heights is a diverse and highly desirable sub-market of what is commonly known as the “Westside” of Los Angeles. Often referred to as a “hidden” neighborhood, Ladera Heights is bordered by the neighborhoods of Baldwin Hills to the north, Inglewood to the south, Windsor Hills to the east, and Culver City to the west. The submarket is composed of 2.94 square miles and home to only 6,509 people, placing it among the lowest population densities for Los Angeles County.
A small, quiet area of Los Angeles, Ladera Heights continues to be home for many successful young professionals and families. Residents are highly educated with over 54% of residents possessing a four-year degree and 19% having earned a master’s degree. An additional demand driver for the area is its accessibility to the Westside, offering multiple public transportation options and easy access to interstates
405 and 10.