The spectrum of neighborhoods in Los Angeles is wide and varied. They range from world-class luxury homes and beach cities to apartments homes and offices converted from formerly vacant warehouses with graffiti on the exterior walls. When thinking about Los Angeles there are a handful that come to the top of everyone’s mind - Pico Robertson is one neighborhood that will likely fly under the radar. Yet despite the area’s low-key existence, Pico Robertson boasts arguably the most significant and strong thread of cultural heritage of any region in Los Angeles. Take a stroll down Pico Boulevard east of Robertson and Kosher deli’s, bakeries, and synagogues dominate one’s view delivering rich history and flavors. Turn right onto streets like Corning, Bedford, and Shenandoah and the vibe becomes relaxed densely populated by young professional apartment dwellers who work in surrounding areas such as Beverly Hills, Century City, and Culver City.
The Pico Robertson area boasts an ideal setting comprised of the four quadrants of the Pico Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard intersection. The 10 freeway is within striking distance and just a short uber ride to the Culver City metro station for those traveling to and from Downtown Los Angeles. Despite its premier Westside locale, Pico Robertson has remained somewhat immune to gentrification, mostly due to the strong cultural heritage which has been rooted in the community for decades.