Moving to Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood by vxla (CC BY 2.0)

Los Angeles, CA is home to NorthStar Moving®’s headquarters. All of their red trucks are parked in the city of angels waiting for the next move. Many people think of Los Angeles as the home of entertainment, but that is not all it is. If your moving to Los Angeles, you will find many reasons to stay here. Some people say Los Angeles is just a bunch of suburbs combined into a city. It’s just one of the many reasons why moving to Los Angeles is awesome!

Get Moving to Los Angeles, Get Your Shopping On!

Los Angeles has celebrities. You know what celebs like to do? SHOP! If Rodeo Drive doesn’t fit your shopping budget, check out the Americana at Brand. The Grove has your brand stores, designer fashions, great restaurants and more. Los Angeles is know to be one of the fashion capitals of the world and The Grove is one of the best outdoor shopping malls with unique street vendors. Moving around Los Angeles on a sunny day? The Grove should be on your list of to-dos. Who knows you may even catch a live performance from one of LA’s hottest musical acts!

The Original Farmer’s Market!

In the middle of Los Angeles, you can find a farmer’s market! The Original Farmer’s Market on 3rd and Fairfax is something you can’t miss while moving around Los Angeles! It’s considered the best grocery store in Los Angeles because of its fresh products! Grocers have been on the corner selling products since 1934. While it was just a dirt lot then, the corner became so popular that people started moving around and building up the lot into, what is today, The Original Farmer’s Market. There’s always special event moving to Los Angeles and The Original Farmer’s Market too. Stay updated by checking out their website!

LA Farmer's Market
Moving around Los Angeles’s Farmers Market (Photo by prayitno)

Mullholland Drive, Moving to Los Angeles’ Prime Real Estate!

Mullholland Drive is a long stretch of road throughout the Santa Monica Mountains. While many use it as a way to move around the Los Angeles area, other use the road as their home address. Mullholland Drive overlooks Los Angeles giving outstanding views of the city. It’s nicknamed “Bad Boy Drive” because of its famous residents moving to Los Angeles. Residents include Jack Nicholson, Pamela Anderson, Reese Witherspoon and Paris Hilton.

Moving to Los Angeles, Mullholland Drive
A view from Mullholland Drive. You can see the Hollywood Bowl! (Photo by Shellybelly1)

Miracle Mile, Moving to Los Angeles Culture and Art!

The Miracle Mile in Los Angeles is right near The Original Farmer’s Market in Fairfax on Wilshire Blvd. The 2-mile stretch of road is lined by tall buildings with their original Art Deco and Modern architecture. Some of these buildings include The La Brea Tar Pits, LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), and the Auto Museum. For more museums, check out Exhibition Park which includes the Natural History Museum and the California Science Center. Moving to Los Angeles’s Miracle Mile can be traffic heavy. I recommend being green and taking LA’s public transportation!

The front of LACMA
The front of LACMA from Wilshire Blvd. (Photo by elliotharmon)

Moving to Los Angeles Studios and Universal Studios!

I couldn’t write a blog post without mentioning the studios in Los Angeles. While I could write about the small studios in the area, I am going to tell you about moving to Los Angeles famous studios. Moving to Los Angeles means getting to see some of the best studios. From Sunset Gower to Capitol Records to Klasky Csupo to Village Studios there is endless supply of places to film. Paramount Pictures and the Warner Brothers Studios offer VIP tours of their backlots! Talk about moving to Los Angeles in a pop-arazzi way! You can also go to Universal Studios which is a backlot that is also incorporated into a Los Angeles theme park!

Universal Studios
The Jaws shark is part of the Universal Studios tour (Photo by ahmadtarek)

Los Angeles is Going Green with the New Football Stadium!

Los Angeles recently started the Los Angeles Football Stadium. The stadium will be the greenest stadium ever built. A statement from the stadium’s website says the “Los Angeles Stadium will feature 600 acres for tailgating and outdoor activities.” Hopefully this gets all the sports fans moving to Los Angeles!

I want to hear what you have to say about Los Angeles! Considering moving to Los Angeles?