Nestled within the San Fernando Valley, Studio City exudes a vibrant small-town charm despite being a high-income neighborhood. Named after the CBS Studio Center established in the area in the 1920s, Studio City maintains strong ties with the movie production industry.Today, the city continues to be frequented by the entertainment industry elite. Films are often shot in the neighborhood.
The seven-square-mile district offers a wide range of residences from single-family homes to condominium towers. Many high-rise condominiums are strategically situated near the commercial areas of the city, while the luxurious single-family homes are located in the Studio City Hills where the residents can enjoy a view of the San Fernando Valley.
The main boulevards, especially Ventura Boulevard, brim with restaurants, sushi bars, retail outlets, shops and fitness studios. The community also features a Recreation Center with a lighted baseball diamond, lighted basketball courts, tennis courts, running track, auditorium, playground, barbecue pits and picnic tables. Aside from that, Studio City has many parks.