90005 is located in the heart of Los Angeles just south of Koreatown and north of mid-Wilshire stretching from Highland Avenue to Hoover Street, covering multiple residential neighborhoods, the Robert F Kennedy community schools, who Wilshire Park elementary school and the Wilton Place elementary school. There are also shops and restaurants along Wilshire Boulevard just north of the main district borders. This is an extremely popular ZIP Code with homes and condominiums starting at about $380,000. Luxury estates, historical homes and mansions go for around $2 million-$5 million. There are many historical properties, unique architecture and traditional style homes as well as modern design, townhouses and condominiums.

Although this blends with the Mid-Wilshire district is also considered part of it as well as part of Koreatown. Surprisingly, several homes even have larger lots of up to 1/2 acre. Homes built from the turn-of-the-century up until the last couple of years are prevalent in this neighborhood.

Looking to the city one of the best ways to get to know the area is to simply map out your commute route, run the main street so you know where markets, shops and restaurants are, and find out the closest place for school, work, and general modern commerce such as post offices, banks, gas stations and similar properties. Because this is very centrally located, shops and restaurants, trendy coffee houses and boutiques are usually within walking distance. Map out a good route from your home to your work and if you’re having questions about the best routes talk to your real estate agents.

Because we work this area we are very familiar with the streets, specific directions and of course the individual neighborhoods. If you’re looking for something specific in a condominium or single-family house feel free to contact us at any time. Because we know the area we can help you narrow down your search to the best home that meets your search criteria and price.