About 10 miles to the west of Los Angeles is Culver City, surrounded by the neighborhoods of Mar Vista, West LA, Palms, Westchester, Venice and Playa Vista. The city is regarded as a significant center for motion picture and television production, and is currently the home of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Real estate developer Harry Culver founded Culver City in 1913, on land that was part of three notable Ranchos created through land grants during the 1800s. The city was incorporated in 1917, and the first film studio was built in 1918. Other studios followed, such as the Hal Roach Studios and Metro Goldwyn Mayer, better known as MGM, which further established Culver City as a prime location for movie production. A redevelopment project was implemented in 2012, which has created a city center with great restaurants, movie theaters and shopping.
A good selection of real estate can be found in Culver City, with choices ranging from single-family residences to sprawling estate properties, to upscale townhouses, well-appointed condominiums, and luxury custom homes. The city has many diverse neighborhoods, which include Beverlywood West, Carlson Park, Culver Crest, Downtown Culver City, Fox Hills, Hayden Tract, Park East, Studio Estates, Sunkist Park, and more
Culver City Unified School District is the city’s very own school district, which administers five elementary schools, one middle school, two high schools, plus an Adult School, Community Day School, and an Office of Child Development. There are also three elementary schools that are served by the Los Angeles Unified School District as well as several private schools.
El Marino Language School
El Rincon School
Howe (Linwood E.) Elementary School
La Ballona School
Culver City Middle School
Culver City High School
Culver Park High School
Culver City Adult School
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