Culver City Neighborhoods
The 13 different areas of Culver City offer a diverse range of residential and commercial areas. Use the map below to get a feel for all Culver City has to offer its residents and visitors.
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Art District The intersection of La Cienega and Washington Boulevards is the hub of a large cluster of galleries featuring emerging and established artists.
Culver Pointe Culver Pointe is a premiere business center in the City’s southeast corner.
Downtown Downtown Culver City is an exciting pedestrian-friendly district
encompassing an eclectic mix of restaurants, retail and entertainment venues, as well as major media powerhouses Sony Pictures Entertainment and The Culver Studios.
Westfield Culver City Westfield Culver City is a 1 million square foot retail attraction.
Helms Bakery District The centerpiece of the Helms Bakery District is the historic Helms Bakery Building (1931), which is headquarters for contemporary furniture, delicious cuisine, and a delectable slice of Culver City history.
Hayden Tract The Hayden Tract is a 86-acre district located south of National Boulevard. Once a manufacturing center, midcentury bow truss buildings have found new life as creative office space.
La Cienega South The La Cienega South Design and Art District (LSDAD) houses a unique collection of hand-picked antiques, hand-made furnishings, and
Jefferson Boulevard Corridor Culver City’s Jefferson Boulevard corridor is a magnet for new media companies and other creative industries.
Mid-Washington Many small community-serving businesses – salons, bakeries and retailers – are located along Washington between Sepulveda and Overland just west of Sony Studios.
Overland As Overland Avenue traverses Culver City from north to south, you’ll find important landmarks along the way. Some of these include the campus of West Los Angeles College and the Veterans Memorial Complex.
Sepulveda One of the City’s busiest commercial boulevards, Sepulveda is a hub for retail, neighborhood services and restaurants.
Washington-National Washington-National is becoming a “transit-oriented district” in anticipation of the Exposition Light Rail extension from Downtown Los Angeles.
West Washington The West Washington area extends roughly two miles along Washington Boulevard between the 405 freeway and the City’s western border near Lincoln Boulevard.
Culver City Bus Routes
Nationally recognized service with 7 bus lines servicing the Westside, including UCLA. Partnering with Metro and Big Blue Bus integrates seamless travel to other parts of the region as well.
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