Welcome to Venice

The Community

Dogtown, Coney Island of the Pacific, Venice of America – over the years, Venice, California has accumulated a lot of nicknames,

but there’s not one that can quite describe the magic that makes up this Los Angeles neighborhood. Perched right on the Pacific Ocean, this tight-knit community is a cultural hub known for its eccentricities. Artists, musicians, families, locals and transplants from all walks-of-life come together to inhabit and continue the great heritage that this urban, beachside haven offers.

  • Highlights
  • Beach is walking or bike distance
  • Trendsetting shopping and dining on Abbot Kinney Blvd
  • Artist and musician’s haven
  • The best of organic, vegan living, including the Farmer’s Market
  • Rose Avenue Corridor
  • 20 minutes to LAX

Community Stats

Percentage of households earning over $125,000/yr.

Percentage of residents 25 years old & older with a 4 year college degree.

Percentage of residents who own their homes in the area.

Population
37,705 people U.S. Census, 2000
People
11,891 people per sq mile
Median Income
$67,647
Area
3.17 sq miles