Wilshire Vista

STRONG NEIGHBORHOOD FEEL
WILSHIRE VISTA is a diverse area comprised of approximately 1700 households, which are a mix of owners and renters, single family homes and multifamily buildings.   Residents of Wilshire Vista tend to be long-term owners or renters, many choosing to raise their families here. Wilshire Vista is unique and charming due to its diversity of residents and home styles, including Spanish, Country English & Tudor.

Wilshire Vista’s proximity to Miracle Mile, the Grove and Museum Row make it an ideal location for those with active cultural interests. WV has a strong “neighborhood” feel fostered by an active neighborhood association that hosts a SUMMER BLOCK PARTY, typically in June and HALLOWEEN HAUNT in October.

HISTORY
Wilshire Vista was born in the 1920’s when population in Los Angeles was exploding. Wilshire Vista was named the “Cream of Wilshire”, a turnkey neighborhood with piping for gas and water, along with paved streets, sidewalks and decorative streetlights

In 2014 Mayor GARCETTI’S GREAT STREETS Initiative choose Pico Blvd. between Hauser & Fairfax as 1 of the first 15 Great Streets in Los Angeles, with the goal of strengthening communities and creating dynamic and safe places to meet, shop and spend time with your family.

RESTAURANTS
Pico Blvd is home to several
noteworthy restaurants……

PowerPlant Cafe
BLOOM
Paper & Plastick
CJ’s Café
Café Pico
Among many others

LOCATION
Its central location in the heart of Los Angeles is one of the neighborhood’s strongest appeals.

WV is made up of residential streets, with very restricted “through” traffic streets (viz. Fairfax or La Brea).  Its boundaries are Fairfax Ave (west side) and Hauser Blvd (east) and San Vicente Blvd (north) and Pico Blvd (south).

15 minutes to Downtown Los Angeles,
20 minutes to Santa Monica and the beaches,
5 minutes to Beverly Hills
10 minutes to Hollywood