Pacific Palisades

The Community

Tucked into the canyons en route to Malibu, Pacific Palisades is a secluded area that offers vast amounts of opportunity to enjoy the outdoors with its location minutes to Will Rogers State Beach.

The Village is the local, walkable hub of the Palisades that consists of a weekly farmer’s market, restaurants, coffee shops, retail stores and more. The Riviera Country Club is an exclusive private club with a championship golf course, known for hosting the Northern Trust Open on the PGA Tour.The Via Mesa and The Huntington Palisades are neighborhoods within easy walking distance to The Village and sit upon high bluffs that look out over the Pacific Ocean. Many of the homes in these neighborhoods are accordingly afforded beautiful ocean views and ocean air. This area is also home to the largest park of the Palisades: the 117-acre Palisades Park. The Alphabet Streets, also known as “The North Village,” is the neighborhood that borders the ‘village’ proper to the north of Sunset Boulevard. The streets, named after Methodist Bishops of the late 19th and early 20th century, are consecutively named beginning with A, B, C, D, etc. – hence the name Alphabet Streets. This neighborhood is a popular destination for trick-or-treaters on Halloween.

 

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
25,507 people L.A. Dept of City Planning, 2008
People
1,048 people per sq mile
Median Income
$168,008
Area
22.84 sq miles