Beachwood Canyon, Los Angeles

Beachwood Canyon is the heart of Hollywood’s first luxury residential development.

The canyon neighborhood is located north of Franklin Avenue and runs north on Beachwood Drive, in the northern portion of the Hollywood Hills, in Los Angeles, California.

The upper portion of the canyon, originally called Hollywoodland, continues to be the main attraction of the neighborhood. This is where developer Sydney Woodruff, Harry Chandler of the Los Angeles Times, and General M.H. Sherman (after whom Sherman Oaks is named) advertised the neighborhood by erecting and adorning the world famous Hollywood Sign with thousands of blinking lights.

Today, more than 22,000 residents call Beachwood Canyon their home. The area is filled with Mediterranean, French, English, and mid-century modern style architecture. The neighborhood features its own market, coffee shop, stables, and has a boutique collection of bars and restaurants in Franklin Village.

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