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Noho Arts District

NoHo Arts District is the hip/rebellious child of North Hollywood, a suburb of Los Angeles. Found just north of the Cahuenga Pass along Lankershim Blvd in the San Fernando Valley. Home to many restaurants, cafes, shops, art galleries, and over 20 new and restored theatres such as the El Portal Theatre. The NoHo Arts District offers a creative environment to an otherwise suburban area. The North Hollywood Station Red Metro subway Line and Orange busway Line are at the heart of the neighborhood. Being just across the street from the Art Institute of California-Hollywood, NoHo Arts District offers great public transportation options to residents and nearby students. High density residential development surrounds the Metro Station hub making NoHo Arts District an extremely walkable area for to an incredible array of local amenities. NoHo Arts District can be found on the south end of North Hollywood to the north, Toluca Lake/Universal City to the south, Burbank to the east, and Valley Village/Valley Glen to the west. North Hollywood is home to over 87,000 residents.
Brief HistoryEstablished in 1992 by local business and theatre owners, NoHo Arts District was given its name as a compliment to the SoHo Arts District in New York. This once gritty area of North Hollywood has seen an influx of millions of dollars in investment for in condo and office development, business and store front revitalization, and beautification projects.


NoHo Arts District is home to many low and mid rise leased apartment developments. The majority of real estate for sale can be found in NoHo Arts District adjacent neighborhoods which have a mix of single family homes, low rise condos and townhomes. With proximity to numerous local amenities, North Hollywood Park, major Metro Subway and Busway Stations, as well as nearby access to the 170, 134, and 101 Freeways, NoHo is a popular yet still affordable area of the San Fernando Valley.

North Hollywood District Schools:

North Hollywood has a wide range of schools public and private school options. Click here to see more info on schooling options for North Hollywood via the LATimes.

Public Schools:

Amelia Earhart Continuation 9-12

Bellingham Primary Center K-K

Berenece Carlson Home Hospital K-12

Bret Harte Elementary K-5

Burbank Boulevard Elementary K-5

Camellia Avenue Elementary K-5

Celerity Cardinal Charter K-8

Charles Leroy Lowman Special Education Center P-12

Coldwater Canyon Elementary K-5

Colfax Charter Elementary K-5

East Valley Senior High 9-12

Fair Avenue Elementary K-5

James Madison Middle 6-8

John B. Monlux Elementary K-5

Julie Korenstein Elementary K-5

Lankershim Elementary K-5

Luther Burbank Middle 6-8

Magnolia Park 6-12

Maurice Sendak Elementary K-5

North Hollywood Senior High 9-12

Oxnard Street Elementary K-5

Rio Vista Elementary K-5

Roy Romer Middle 6-8

Sun Valley Middle 6-8

Theodore Roosevelt Elementary K-5

Toluca Lake Elementary K-5

Victory Boulevard Elementary 1-5

Walter Reed Middle 6-8


Private schools:

ABC Little School, Studio City K-1

Adat Ari El Day School K-6

Coldwater Canyon Prep 9-12

Country School, The K-8

Dubnoff Center for Child Development 4-12

Laurel Hall K-8

Montessori Academy of North Hollywood K-2

New Generation K-K

Oakwood Elementary K-6

Oakwood Secondary 7-12

Or Hachaim Academy K-8

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary K-8

San Fernando Valley Professional K-12

St. Charles Borromeo K-8

St. Jane Frances de Chantal School K-8

St. Patrick Elementary K-8

St.Paul’s First Lutheran K-8

Summit View 2-12

Toluca Crossroads K-5

Wesley School, The K-8




LA Times Neighborhood Info for NoHo Arts District & North Hollywood

North Hollywood School Ratings 

Universal City North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

NoHo Neighborhood Council 

NoHo Arts District Bars & Restaurants

NoHo Farmers Market

NoHo Arts District News & Events