West Hollywood, or WeHo, is a suburb of Los Angeles County bordered by Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Hollywood Hills with a population of 34,339. West Hollywood benefits from a dense, compact urban form with small lots and mixed land use, making the streets very walkable for residents.
West Hollywood real estate values have gone up 1.8% over the past year and the median price of homes listed is $899,000. Commercial corridors in West Hollywood include the nightlife and dining on the Sunset Strip, Santa Monica Boulevard, and the Avenues of Art and Design along Robertson, Melrose, and Beverly Boulevard.
West Hollywood is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, which maintains five elementary schools, and most of the city is zoned to Bancroft Middle School. All of West Hollywood is zoned to Fairfax High School, which ranks #30 of 239 standout high schools in California by Niche.com.
The fabled Sunset Strip features the Chateau Marmont, a swanky celebrity hideaway, plus comedy clubs and live music venues like the legendary Whiskey a Go Go. Santa Monica Boulevard, awash in rainbow flags, is home to a number of bars, dance clubs, and shops.