One of LA’s lushest neighborhoods.
One of LA’s best-kept secrets, Pacific Palisades is a polished coastal residential neighborhood with large private homes, spectacular ocean views, and ample amounts of park space and hiking trails. Its quaint “downtown” area, known as The Village, is home to restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques. Though Pacific Palisades is now populated by LA’s affluent, its residential history is much more colorful. In the 1910s it was home to “Inceville,” one of the first major film studios founded by Western director Thomas Ince.
Upscale families, outdoorsy professionals, and wealthy industry folks.
This neighborhood’s small-town feel and wide open spaces appeal to a diverse group that includes families, outdoors enthusiasts, and industrious professionals.
Beautiful scenery, a charming downtown, and a strong sense of community.
Offering some of the city’s best ocean views, beach access, and impressive outdoor opportunities. Situated between neighboring Santa Monica and Malibu, the Palisades attracts fewer tourists. A weekly farmer’s market and hyperlocal dining add to its small-town feel.
The town has recently gained more allure with the opening of the new “downtown” Palisades Village, developed by Caruso. Having opened September 2018, Palisades Village has quickly established itself as what Food & Wine describes as “L.A.’s star-studded instant sensation.” This bespoke walkable village is home to over 40 uniquely curated boutiques, entertainment, and fresh-food experiences.
Brimming with sunshine, endorphins, and a deep appreciation for life’s finer things.
Pacific Palisades’ fitness-forward residents make great use of the ample park space and beautiful beaches, and spend weekends patronizing high-end neighborhood restaurants and shops.
Populated by spacious single-family homes on private lots.
Residents pay top dollar to inhabit this seaside hamlet, enjoying the breaktaking views as well as the sense of safety and quiet Pacific Palisades affords.
Direct access to the lush greenery of Palisades Park.
This coastal neighborhood offers plentiful outdoor space, especially Palisades Park, which offers many activities to residents. Within walking distance of the Village and set atop bluffs that provides perfect sunset views, it boasts baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and a hockey rink in addition to its many trails, lawns, and playgrounds.
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