Studio City is a community located in the Southeast part of the San Fernando Valley, just west of the Cahuenga Pass. It was named after mega silent filmmaker Mack Sennett, who began building CBS Studio Center in 1927. It is still home to the studio with 18 sound stages and 223 dressing rooms. It has also been the filming location of many iconic television shows including “The Brady Bunch” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” to name a few. One of Studio City’s most historic landmarks, “Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel”, has hosted guests like Clark Gable and John Wayne. Studio City’s centralized location makes it convenient to get anywhere in LA. It’s home to many celebrities and has one of the most prestigious private schools, Harvard-Westlake, as well as the award-winning Carpenter Ave Elementary School. The Studio City Farmer’s Market which is hosted every Sunday, has become an international tourist destination making it one of the most successful markets in Southern California. Dine on “Sushi Row,” where you will find at least 10 sushi restaurants within a 3-mile stretch, grab a coffee at Aroma Café, take a hike in Fryman Canyon or play at one of the many parks including Beeman and North Weddington Parks. It’s tree-lined streets and family friendly atmosphere has made it a highly desirable place to live for many celebrities.
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