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The 5 best neighborhoods to live in Los Angeles, CA

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Recently I published an article on the most dangerous neighborhoods in California's Los Angeles. Depending on the response to the article, I understand that my readers found it pretty helpful.

Hence, I thought of collating a list of five safe neighborhoods to help my readers find the best place to live in Los Angeles.

The Best Places to Live ranking provides a comprehensive assessment of the overall livability of an area. This grade takes into account several key factors of a location, including the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics, and access to amenities in an attempt to measure the overall quality of an area. - niche

1. Beverlywood

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With a population of 10,687, Beverlywood ranks #1 among other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for the best neighborhoods to live in.

It gets an overall Niche grade of 'A' with both nightlife and good for families rating of 'A'.

Beverlywood gets a 'B+' rating based on the neighborhood's violent and property crime rates. The number of violent crimes in the area is 34.9 per 100K people, which is less than 1/10th of the national average violent crime rate during the same period.

2. Westwood

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With a population of 55,858, Westwood ranks #2 among other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for the best neighborhoods to live in.

It gets an overall Niche grade of 'A' with an 'A+' rating for nightlife and a 'B+' for good for families rating.

Westwood gets a 'C+' rating based on the neighborhood's violent and property crime rates. The number of violent crimes in the area is 101.7 per 100K people, close to 1/5th of the national average violent crime rate during the same period.

3. Century City

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With a population of 7,634, Century City ranks #3 among other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for the best neighborhoods to live in.

It gets an overall Niche grade of 'A' with an 'A+' rating for nightlife and an 'A-' for good for families rating.

Century City gets a crime and safety rating of 'B-' based on the neighborhood's violent and property crime rates.

The number of violent crimes in the neighborhood is 72.8 per 100K people, close to 15% of the national average violent crime rate during the same period.

4. West Los Angeles

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With a population of 17,046, West Los Angeles ranks #4 among other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for the best neighborhoods to live in.

It gets an overall Niche grade of 'A' with an 'A+' rating for nightlife and an 'A-' for good for families rating.

West Los Angeles gets a crime and safety rating of 'B-' based on the neighborhood's violent and property crime rates.

The number of violent crimes in the neighborhood is 159.7 per 100K people, nearly 35% of the national average violent crime rate during the same period.

5. Palms

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With a population of 42,891, Palms ranks #5 among other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for the best neighborhoods to live in.

It gets an overall Niche grade of 'A' with an 'A+' rating for nightlife and an 'A-' for good for families rating.

Palms gets a 'B-' for crime and safety based on the neighborhood's violent and property crime rates. The number of violent crimes in the area is 197.4 per 100K people, which is around 40% of the national average violent crime rate during the same period.

I hope this list is helpful for you to pick a safe neighborhood in Los Angeles.

What is your view on this list? Is it a surprise that any of these areas made it to the best place to live among neighborhoods in Los Angeles?

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