Century City

Was originally developed on the former backlot of film studio 20th Century Studios.
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Overview for Century City, CA

5,687 people live in Century City, where the median age is 48 and the average individual income is $110,224. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

48 years

Median Age


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Average individual Income

Welcome to Century City

Century City has been touted #3 best neighborhood to live in Los Angeles. Considering there are thousands of neighborhoods and communities, that’s a pretty big award. Home to just under 8000 residents, Century City is a 176-acre neighborhood and business district in Los Angeles County. Located on the west side to the south of Santa Monica Blvd. about 10 miles from downtown, this is the most prominent employment center in the LA Metro area. Its skyscrapers are a distinctive skyline on the west side.
Century City was originally developed on the former backlot of film studio 20th Century Studios, which developed its first building in 1963. The Westfield Century City Shopping Center, Fox Studios, and multiple business towers make up the economy and the skyline in Century City today.

Century City Neighborhoods

Within the major district of Century City art micro-neighborhoods include Century Hill, Century Woods, Century Towers, Apartment, place, and several others. Most are gated communities or condominium communities with affluent residents and private security. The median home value is about $1.2 million and 61% of residents own their own homes. The median rent is about $2500 for condominiums and a few single-family homes.

Living in Century City

“I have lived here since 2013 and it’s by far the safest and cleanest area in Los Angeles. There is a convenient big mall that was recently updated and a diverse number of stores on Pico. It’s a family neighborhood.”
”Great place to live, No riff-raff around here. With CAA being so close there are a lot of young up-and-coming celebrities and the whole place has a homely feel about it.” – Reviews
55% of Century City residents age 25 or over have earned a four-year degree by 2000, a high figure for Los Angeles. Century City is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District and there are three private schools located in the area including VINCI Academy Daycare & Preschool, at 1940 Century Park East; Lycée Français de Los Angeles, at 10361 Pico Boulevard; and Temple Isaiah Preschool and Kindergarten, at 10345 West Pico Boulevard.
Century City also has several restaurants and shops within its borders as well as just outside along Highway Two or Sunset Boulevard. You’ll find fantastic shopping, dining, and entertainment all within just a few blocks of the borders of Century City, and of course, Beverly Center is a few blocks north.
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