Moving to Los Angeles

Moving to Los Angeles

If Brad Pitt had never moved to Los Angeles, he might still be back in Springfield, Missouri working toward his journalism degree. Thelma and Louise would never have been the same. Moving to Los Angeles may be a rite of passage for all who are bitten by the Hollywood bug, but while they come for fame and fortune, a lot of them stay for the weather, leisure, and dining.  At Move It Cube It, we’ve moved a lot of people to the Los Angeles area and we know everyone eventually finds their dreams out here.

But Hollywood isn’t the only point of attraction in and around the Los Angeles area. You don’t have to be a celebrity to live like one. There’s the Hills of Beverly, the Valleys of Burbank, the beaches of Santa Monica, and the ‘Bu that’s so glamorous, it’s known by even less than one name. At Move It Cube It, we’ve seen them all and moved people to all of them, in fact, we’ve even gotten a few autographs to prove it  Here are some of the more paparazzi free areas that you might want to think about if moving to Los Angeles is your dream come true.

  1. Moving to Los Angeles: Living in Beverly Hills

The best thing to do in Beverly Hills is live there. No matter how many movie star homes tours you go on, there’s nothing like an open house to really feel like you’ve received a celebrity welcome. Why is Beverly Hills such desired real estate?

  • Rodeo-DriveRodeo Drive

Move over Hollywood Walk of Fame, on Rodeo Drive, it’s the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style. With Jimmy Choo, Versace and Tiffany& Co all within walking distance, it’s only appropriate that the honorees include Manolo Blahnik, Donatella Versace, and Tom Ford. After your done reading the catty quotes on the plaques, make your way to the Nail Bar to take in a movie as you sip champagne as you enjoy your mani-pedi.

 

  1. Moving to Los Angeles: Living in Santa Monica

Want to make a day out of every day? You can if you live in Santa Monica. Between the swanky 3rd Street Promenade, and the peerless Santa Monica Pier, going from sunrise to sunset on the beach is more of the rule than the exception.

The Santa Monica PierSanta-Monica-Pier

What better place than the beach for a solar-powered Ferris wheel to soak up the rays? Those rays power over 174,000 energy efficient LED lights that fuel breathtaking computer generated displays that last well into the nighttime. The Santa Monica Ferris wheel is just one of the day to night attractions on the Santa Monica Pier. With 12 rides including the historical must – ride carousel, falling asleep on the beach is not an option.

The 3rd St. Promenade

And while the children are at play, Mama can find herself a few feet away getting some shopping in at the 3rd Street Promenade. This traffic-free three-block pedestrian zone is Santa Monica style catwalk meets boardwalk. Shop in over 50 high-end retail stores in this shopping center and while street performers take the stage. Foodies rejoice in the numerous restaurants featuring everything from the greasy to the grassy.

  1. Moving to Los Angeles: Living in Burbank

Want to go from Warner Brothers Studios to your studio apartment in under an hour?  In Burbank, you can go from behind the scenes of your favorite TV shows, to behind the scenes living without even hopping on the 134.  After you’ve passed the walls of Warner Brothers and Walt Disney Studios, you’ll find yourself in a family friendly residential area that has the Move It Cube It stamp of approval.

  1. Moving to Los Angeles: Living In Malibu

Do I need to get a permit to have a party at my home? If that’s the question, you’re probably considering moving to Malibu. The answer, by the way, is yes, but if you live in Malibu, it’s a small price to pay.  Parties are part of the Malibu way of life. What can you do in the Bu besides party like a rock a star? If you’re moving to the Los Angeles area, and you’ve got your sights set on Malibu set on the compass, here is some surf that comes with the turf.

  • Zuma Beach

Cruising down the PCH where Zuma Beach meets the shoreline is something every surfer should put on his bucket list. Right past Will Rogers and Surfrider beaches are the white sandy strip of paradise that locals and beachgoers alike call home. Gear up and dust off your boogie boards. The waves here break close out, making it ideal for boogie boarders and body surfers.

At Move It Cube It, we might not do movie sets, but we do move stuff around pretty well. We’re still waiting for our big break, but until then, we have made some big breakthroughs in the moving industry. Our high-tech impact and weather resistant cubes ensure a safe and secure moving process with a reduction of risk and damages. If you’re moving to Los Angeles or the surrounding areas, check out our website and read our five-star reviews to see how and how well our innovative cubes can work for you.

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