ADDRESS

1750 N. Sycamore Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90028

CONTACT

Tel: (323) 969-8877

Sycamore Terrace is right off Hollywood Boulevard in the epicenter of Hollywood. Please enjoy this mini-guide to the neighborhood. The list doesn't include the Sunset Strip and Los Feliz, only a few minutes away and just as packed with shops and things-to-do as Hollywood Boulevard. And don't think you need a car! All you need is within walking distance, and don't forget LA's own subway, located at Hollywood and Highland.

REACH FOR THE STARS

Dining

Here are some of our favorites, but the list really is endless. 

Casual Dining: Baja Fresh, Bulan (vegan Thai), California Pizza Kitchen, Hooters, In & Out, International House of Pancakes, La Cantina, Loteria, Mel's Diner, Miceli's, Johnny Rockets, McDonalds, Snow White Cafe, Pig N' Whistle, Twenty-Five degrees (@ the Roosevelt Hotel), Tender Greens, 

Finer Dining: Beso (Eva Longoria's place), Geisha House (Ashton Kutcher's), Katsuya by Stark, Koji's Sushi, Magic Castle (if you can get in...), Musso and Frank Grill, Trastevere, Velvet Margarita, Yamashiro's, and more.

Shopping

 

You got your shelter, there's no way you'll be lacking in clothing with the great stores at the shops at the beautiful Hollywood and Highland Center. Just a walk away!

Find everything you need for your apartment at affordable prices at the nearby Target, Best Buy, Ross, and so much more.

Nature & Recreation

Yes, you are located in an urban sprawl, but just a few blocks away from some of LA's most beautiful nature sites.

An LA favorite is Runyon Canyon, a five-minute walk away from Sycamore Terrace.  Leave the city and escape into the hills for a jog, picnic, celebrity sightings, or free yoga classes under the clear-blue sky. Or take a longer jog to Griffith Park.

Entertainment & Nightlife

 

Grauman's Chinese Theater (you know, the one with the foot and handprints of famous stars) is right around the corner. Further on is El Capitan Theater, The Egyptian Theater, and the Sunset ArcLight.

 

Then there's the Hollywood Wax Museum, the Guinness Book of World Records Museum, Madame Tussauds, and daily tours of the Homes of the Stars.

 

Like to bowl? Check out: Lucky Strike Lanes

 

Nightclubs include (assuming they're still in business as of this writing): Avalon, H-Wood, Kress, MyHouse, Vanguard, to name a few.

Live it up at some of LA's most swanky hotels and all their trimmings: spas, bars, lobbies, and restaurants. They include the Roosevelt, the Renaissance, and the W Hotel on Hollywood and Vine (just take a subway--the station is right there!)

Other attractions a little further away: Universal Studios, The Hollywood Bowl, Greek Theater, Ford Amphitheater.

Study

Get your game on with the best performing arts schools around: American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Improv Olympics, Los Angeles Film School, Musician's Institute, Stellar Adler, among many more...​