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Los Angeles
With a population at the 2010 US Census of 3,792,621, Los Angeles is the most populous city in California and the second most populous in the country, after New York City. It is the focal point of the greater Los Angeles-Long Beach-Riverside combined statistical area, which contains nearly 17.8 million people, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world.
The Los Angeles Central Business District contains approximately 63,000,000 square feet of office space. Re-urbanization is transforming Downtown from a blighted commuter town to a “Live, Work, Play” environment. LA Live, the revitalization of the Convention Center, the push toward an NFL franchise, and creation of parkland adjacent to the LA River combined with the conversion of industrial lofts to residential use and the introduction of more then 80 new bars and restaurants, have significantly changed the character of the Downtown Core. Read more.

The Westside
The Westside is an urban region in West Los Angeles Area. It has no official definition, but according to the Los Angeles Times, it comprises 101.28 square miles (262 km2), encompassing 18 districts in the city of Los Angeles and two unincorporated neighborhoods, plus the cities of Beverly Hills, Culver City and Santa Monica.
The Westside contains approximately 83,000,000 square feet of office space primarily located in Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Westwood Village, Century City, Culver City, Santa Monica, Venice, Playa Del Rey and the Los Angeles Airport area (LAX). It offers an eclectic blend of prestigious office clusters, as well as access to “creative space” found in renovated industrial areas, such as the Hayden Tract in Culver City and Santa Monica’s Olympic Corridor. Read more.

San Fernando Valley

Colloquially known as "The Valley,” SFV is an urbanized valley located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is home to 1.76 million people. Nearly half the land area of the city of Los Angeles lies within the SFV. Other incorporated cities in The Valley are Burbank, Glendale, San Fernando, Hidden Hills and Calabasas.
The Valley contains approximately 53,000,000 square feet of office space primarily located in Burbank, Universal City, Studio City, Sherman Oaks, Encino, Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Northridge, Chatsworth and parts of Calabasas. Access to a high quality labor pool, relatively affordable housing, and lower commercial land cost makes The Valley an attractive location for large employers. Initially home to the Aerospace Industry and the Entertainment Industry, and in more recent years the Insurance Industry, The Valley has matured to become the 6th largest suburban area in the US.Read more.

Conejo Valley

A region spanning both southeastern Ventura County and northwestern Los Angeles County, it is located in the northwestern part of the Greater Los Angeles Area.

The Conejo contains approximately 13,000,000 square feet of office space primarily located in Agoura, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park and parts of Calabasas. Large areas of Conejo Valley are located in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, directly “over the hill” from the beaches of Malibu. Large swaths of open space, pockets of extremely affluent housing, a highly educated workforce, award-winning schools and a strong tilt toward a “family-oriented lifestyle” combine to make the area an attractive locale for an interesting blend of corporate and technology users.
Ventura County
Ventura is often referred to as the “Gold Coast,” Ventura County has a reputation of being one of the safest populated places and one of the most affluent places in the country. It is ranked as one of the 100 highest-income counties in the US and as the sixth wealthiest county in California by per-capita income. This is partly because it is part of the Tech Coast Area, and has a large presence in technology corporations like telecommunications, healthcare and especially biotech corporations—most of which are located in Conejo Valley.
Ventura County contains approximately 20,000,000 square feet of office space primarily located in Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks and parts of Westlake Village. The county contains vast areas of highly productive farmlands; the climate is ideal. To stem the rapid encroachment of residential and commercial use on essential farmlands, strict low-growth ordinances and restrictive-use covenants have been adopted. Read more.

Santa Clarita Valley
The Santa Clara River region stretches through parts Los Angeles County and Ventura County. Its main population center is the city of Santa Clarita. The valley was part of the 48,612-acre Rancho San Francisco Mexican land grant.
Santa Clarita Valley contains approximately 5,000,000 square feet of office space primarily located in the community of Santa Clarita, which is made up of Canyon Country, Newhall, Saugus and Valencia. Adjacent unincorporated communities include Castaic, Stevenson Ranch and the new master-planned community of Newhall Ranch. Santa Clarita is under consideration as a stop on the future California High Speed Rail Project. Such a stop should have significant impact on the density and character of this region.

San Gabriel Valley

The San Gabriel Valley Is one of the principal valleys of Southern California. It lies to the east of Los Angeles, to the north of the Puente Hills, to the south of the San Gabriel Mountains, and west of the Inland Empire. It derives its name from the San Gabriel River that flows southward through the center of the valley. At one time predominantly agricultural, the San Gabriel Valley is today almost entirely urbanized and is an integral part of the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. SGV contains about 200 square miles (520 km2); it includes 31 cities and five unincorporated communities, including Pasadena, the first independent incorporated city in Los Angeles County—incorporated in 1886.
The San Gabriel Valley contains approximately 43,000,000 square feet of office space primarily located in Glendale, Pasadena, East Pasadena, Altadena, City of Industry, Claremont, Covina, Diamond Bar, Irwindale, Montebello, Monterey Park, San Gabriel, Pomona and San Dimas. Initially home to some of Los Angeles’ most affluent counties, such as San Marino and Pasadena, the area smog from the LA Basin became so severe that the mountaintops could not be seen from their base. Significant progress has been made by the Air Quality Management District, and those beautiful areas are returning to their former glory.
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