Wilshire Corridor Caron Schwartz

Caron Schwartz  was wonderful to work with regarding the sale of my home. She helped us find a new home in the  Wilshire Corridor. I wanted an experienced real estate agent to represent my Beverly Hills home, and Caron delivered! She is very professional and  knows the market well. In addition, she is also an educated and trained interior designer, so she “staged” my home and made it look absolutely stunning and professionally designed. Caron Schwartz has a trained eye for design and this coupled with her experience in real estate makes for a formidable combination. I would HIGHLY recommended Caron Schwartz for your real estate needs and design. Most importantly, she is refreshing in her wonderful and upbeat attitude and disposition. She is genuine and really cares for her client’s needs. Caron Schwartz  has deep integrity, honesty and is driven to do her best!!! We spent many days looking along the Wilshire Corridor for a new home. She really knows all the buildings along the corridor. I highly recommend her for this area if you are thinking of buying or selling  or leasing a condominium on The Wilshire Corridor .   Testimonial from Ray A.

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Live Performing Arts Theaters near the Wilshire Corridor

Live Performing Arts Theaters near The Wilshire Corridor

There are many live performance theaters near The Wilshire Corridor. Living in or near Westwood, where the Wilshire Corridor is located is a wonderful place to appreciate the performing arts. You are so close to all UCLA has to offer and many small playhouses in the area.  When you consider all the things to do in Los Angeles, its great to live in a community where theaters, restaurants, live theater, and shops are all so close. If you are considering relocating to Los Angeles give me a call to learn more about all the exciting things there are to do in the area you want to move to in Los Angeles.Contact me at http:// www.caronschwartz.com  310-383-0831310-383-0831 for further information

·        ## Geffen Playhouse

·       ## Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA

·       ##  L.A. Theatre Works

·      ##  Pico Playhouse

·        ## Odyessy Theater

Geffen Playhouse

10886 Le Conte Avenue

Los Angeles, California

Tel: (310) 208-5454(310) 208-5454

Fax: (310) 208-8383



Founded by theater, film and television luminary Gil Cates, the Geffen Playhouse has been an integral part of Los Angeles theater since opening its doors in 1995. Noted for its intimacy and celebrated for its commitment to the development of new plays, the Geffen Playhouse continues to present a body of work that garners national recognition. Named in honor of entertainment mogul and philanthropist David Geffen, who made the initial donation to the theater, the organization is currently helmed by Artistic Director Randall Arney, Managing Director Ken Novice and Chairman of the Board Frank Mancuso. An active member of the community, the Geffen Playhouse has a groundbreaking education and outreach program that targets students, seniors and everyone in between who otherwise would not have access to live theater.


Source: Geffen Playhouse

Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA


UCLA Central Ticket Office

Tel: 310.825.2101310.825.2101

Fax: 310.206.7540






Royce Hall

340 Royce Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095 – Get Directions | Rent Venue


Modeled after Milan’s San Ambrogio Church, constructed in the 10th and 11th centuries, Royce Hall, named for philosopher Josiah Royce, was built in 1929 as one of the first campus structures. The acoustically stunning 1,800–seat theater housed in Royce Hall has played host to a veritable Who’s Who of performing artists, from George Gershwin, Duke Ellington and Jimmy Dorsey’s Band to Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, Twyla Tharp, Frank Zappa, Mikhail Baryshnikov, The Philip Glass Ensemble and many more.


Freud Playhouse

245 Charles E. Young Drvie East, Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA Campus,  MacGowan Hall – Get Directions | Rent Venue

The Freud Playhouse is a 567-seat proscenium theater that is part of UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. The warm and inviting space is home to year-round theatrical repertory and musical theater.

Schoenberg Hall

445 Charles E Young Dr East, Los Angeles, CA 90024

UCLA Campus, Dickson Ct and Portola Plaza – Get Directions | Rent Venue

Schoenberg Hall is the 500-seat concert venue located in the Schoenberg Music Building, also home of the UCLA departments of Ethnomusicology, Music and Musicology. Named for 20th-century composer Arnold Schoenberg, who was a member of the Department of Music faculty in the 1940s, the building also includes a recital hall and the 144-seat Jan Popper theater.

Powell Library

220 Powell Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA Campus, Across from Royce Hall – Get Directions

Powell Library, built in 1929, serves as the main undergraduate library for UCLA students and is one of the original four buildings that comprised the UCLA campus in the early period of the university’s life. Built in a Romanesque Revival style, the building resembles an ancient Roman basilica, specifically Milan’s Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio. It is named for Lawrence Clark Powell, the University Librarian at UCLA from 1944 to 1961. Intimate small-group performances are often held in the library’s warm and inviting rotunda.

Sunset Canyon Recreation – Lower Amphitheater

111 Easton Drive Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA Campus – Get Directions

The park-like facility of Sunset Canyon Recreation Center offers year-round recreation for UCLA faculty, students, and staff and includes a 500-seat outdoor performance space. The facility also includes a 50-meter pool with diving facilities, a 25-yard family pool, picnic/barbecue areas, a sand volleyball court and 10 lighted regulation tennis courts. The SCRC is also home to both the UCLA men’s and women’s water polo teams, and is the primary facility for the UCLA diving team.

Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater

120 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA Campus, Glorya Kaufman Hall – Get Directions

UCLA’s Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater is one of Southern California’s premiere dance and performance venues, featuring state-of the art lighting and sound systems and one of the most beautiful and versatile contemporary performing arts stages in Los Angeles. The Italian Romanesque style building, built in 1932, was renovated in 2005 under the single gift from Los Angeles philanthropist and arts patron Glorya Kaufman. World-renowned director Peter Sellars describes the 299-seat theater as “soundstage meets Shinto shrine.”

Macgowan Hall (Freud Playhouse and Little Theater)

245 Charles E. Young Dr., East, Los Angeles 90095 – Get Directions

Home of UCLA’s acclaimed School of Theater, Film and Television, this building houses two intimate proscenium theaters, the 500-seat Freud Playhouse, and the 200-seat Little Theater, which will be home this season to Ronnie Burkett and his intricate marionettes (see page 10). Macgowan Hall is located due north of the famed UCLA sculpture garden and next door to the ultra-modern design of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Center.

Fowler Museum (Lenart Auditorium and Davis Courtyard)

308 Charles E. Young Drive North Los Angeles 90095 – Get Directions

Royce Hall’s immediate downstairs neighbor is located at the base of a picturesque campus landmark—the Janss Steps. The Fowler Museum explores global arts and cultures with an emphasis on past and present works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas.

The Ivy Substation

9070 Venice Blvd. Culver City 90232 – Get Directions

Home of local theater troupe The Actor’s Gang, this 100-seat theater is a Culver City historic landmark that is surrounded by ample parking and abundant eateries.

Source: Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA

L.A. Theatre Works

681 Venice Boulevard
Venice, CA 90291

310.827.0808310.827.0808fax: 310.827.4949

Box Office: 310.827.0889310.827.0889

Contact email:[email protected]

Audio Sales: 310.827.0808310.827.0808 ext. 228




 L.A. Theatre Works is a non-profit media arts organization based in Los Angeles whose mission for over 25 years has been to present, preserve and disseminate classic and contemporary plays.

Our unique hybrid form of audio theater and innovative use of technology in the production and dissemination of theater keeps this venerable art form thriving, assuring wide and affordable access.

Through our 10-play live in-performance The Play’s the Thing Series in Los Angeles and in-studio recordings world class actors are recorded in state-of-the-art sound, complemented by intricate sound designs and on-stage effects, transforming classic and contemporary stage works into intimate, compelling and sound-rich audio plays. Our distinguished company of actors has included John Lithgow, Annette Benning, Hilary Swank, Anne Heche, Ed Asner, Alfred Molina, Marsha Mason, Jason Ritter, David Straithairn, Jobeth Williams, Paul Giamatti, Neil Patrick Harris, Laurence Fishburne, Jimmy Smits, Hector Elizondo, and Julie Harris, among hundreds of others.


Source: L.A. Theatre Works

Odyssey Theatre Ensemble  

2055 South Sepulveda Boulevard    

Los Angeles, CA. 90025


Box Office:

310-477-2055310-477-2055 ext. 2


Wednesday – Saturday:

1pm – Curtain



Noon – 4pm

Box Office Email: [email protected]


Staff Directory:

310-477-2055310-477-2055 ext. 6



There is parking directly in front of the theatre for $3 as well as ample street parking.


The Odyssey Theater usually has several different plays running during a season.


For the past 45 years, the Odyssey brings innovative, award-caliber live theatre to Los Angeles. As a not-for-profit organization contributions. Fabulous plays in small theater setting convenient and close to all that Los Angeles has to offer.


PICO PLAYHOUSE                                               

10508 W Pico Blvd.


The Playhouse!

Really great theatre. It is a cozy 99 seats theatre and the owner and general manager are always there, even selling concessions!


They do small, local plays




Shopping Centers near the Wilshire Corridor

Shopping Centers and other outdoor shopping neighborhoods Near The Wilshire Corridor

Westwood Village and other shopping areas near the Wilshire Corridor

Westwood Village and other shopping areas near the Wilshire Corridor

One Indoor and Two Outdoor Shopping Centers and other outdoor shopping neighborhoods

If you like to shop, The Wilshire Corridor is the place for you.  In addition to Westwood Village, The Wilshire Corridor has one indoor and two outdoor places to shop near it. If you are thinking of relocating to Los Angeles and you want to know more about shopping, schools, restaurants, live theater, and movie theaters, recreation centers, golf, tennis, churches, synagogues etc., give me a call to learn more about all the exciting things there are to do in the area you want to move to in Los Angeles.Contact me at http:// www.caronschwartz.com  310-383-0831310-383-0831 for further information. I know a lot about the Wilshire Corridor and Westwood to assist you.

·       **  The Westside Pavilion

·       **  The Century City Mall

·        ** Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

·         **Westwood Village

·        ** Brentwood Gardens,

·        **  Brentwood Country Mart

·         **Brentwood Village

·         Montana Ave

The Westside Pavilion – Indoor Shopping Center

To the south of the Wilshire Corridor, The Westside Pavilion is located on Pico Blvd. and Westwood Blvd.  10800 W Pico Blvd #312, Los Angeles, CA ‎(310) 470-8752(310) 470-8752 ‎ · westsidepavilion.com

Partial Directory of Shops: Aldo, Amy’s Hallmark, Angl, Arden B., Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, BCBGMaxazria, Brooks Shoes for Kids, Build A Bear Workshop, Cathy Jean, Cebu, Canyon Beachware, Claire’s, Crazy 8, Express, Foot Locker, GapKids, GNC, H&M, Hot Topic, Justice, LA Furniture Store, Lane Bryant, Nine West, PacSun, See’s Candies, Teavana, Things Remembered, Urban Home, Victoria’s Secret, Zales and more.

Westfield Century City Mall – Outdoor Shopping Center

Just southeast of the Wilshire Corridor, The Century City Mall is located on Santa Monica Blvd, near Beverly Blvd.  Westfield Century City 10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA ‎ (310) 277-3898(310) 277-3898 ‎ · westfield.com

Partial Directory of Shops:  A Pea in the Pod, BreadBar, GameStop, Macy’s, Giggles & Hugs, Apple Store, Bloomingdales, Sephora, Juicy Couture, Coach, 7 For All Mankind, Betsy Johnson, Bebe BCBG Max Azria, Boss Hugo Boss, Brookstone, Brooks Brothers, The Body Shop, Charles David, Cole Haan, Gap, Gap Kids, Guess, H&M, Herve Leger, J. Crew, Lucky Brand, Michael Kors, Naartjie Kids, Papyrus, pure DKNY, Rolex, Sunglass Hut, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch, True Religion, Tumi, Zara, The Walking Company, Tous, Tourneau, Victoria’s Secret, Swarovski, Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole, Eileen Fisher, Karen Millen, Louis Vuitton, Juicy Couture, Johnson & Murphy and more.

Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills – Outdoor Shopping Center

To the east of The Wilshire Corridor, Rodeo Drive stretches from Wilshire Blvd. to South Santa Monica Blvd.   Rodeo Drive includes some of the most high-end shops in the country.  It is four blocks of retail stores, restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, churches and the Beverly Hills Library.

Partial Directory of Shops: Bebe, Brooks Brothers, Bugari, Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Anne Fontaine, Avakian, Chanel, Canali, Cartier, Chrisian Dior, David Yurman, Etro, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Guess, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, MaxMara, Mikimoto, Montblanc, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo,Tumi, Valentino, and more.

Within in minutes from The Wilshire Corridor, you will find some of the finest retail stores in the country.  In little time, you can have a fashionable and stylish look for any occasion.  Or, if you just want to window shop and enjoy a beautiful day, you can walk around these shopping centers with friends and family.  Plus, they all have a wide selection of restaurants for the meal of your choice

Westwood Village North of Wilshire flanking either side of Westwood Blvd, There are many shops and restaurants in Westwood Village. Westwood was once the hottest destination through the 70’s and 80’s for movies and dinner. It became less popular due to an accident and is now starting its resurgence. It is surrounded by such wealthy areas with luxury homes and condominiums. One downside is parking but there are more and more restaurants opening. I write about them in my Westwood Newsletter and in my website I list so many see http:/www.caronschwartz.com 

These shops and restaurants are walking distance from the Wilshire Corridor or UCLA.Target, Trader Joes, Ralph’s, Wholefoods. Coming soon, Boiling Crab, Da Pasquale, Tanzy, Simple things Sandwich and Pie Shop,Tender Greens ,Aveda, CPK,Brentwood along San Vicente near Barrington(Brentwood Gardens area) is a shopping area close to a lot of condominiums to own and rent in Brentwood. Stores like Whole Foods, restaurants likeToscana, The Grill, Gaucho Grill, Katsauya, Chin Chin,Peccorino, Tavern, Souplantation, Coral Tree Café, CPK, Sugarfish, , Pizzicotto, Palmeri,etc.Shops like Un Deux, Trois, Fred Segal, and many small shops

Upper Brentwood Village includes, Peppone, Bellwood Bakery, Le Pain Quotidian, Il Piccolino Ritrovo, Lemonade, Maria’s, and many small shops

 Brentwood Country Mart San Vicente and 26th Street set within a mall and the streetsIn this affluent area with beautiful residential homes are many unique shops and places to eat.Well Known Reddi Chick chicken, fries and ribs you eat in their outdoor garden with picnic tables, or inside the Farm Shop with gourmet cheese and salads with mac and cheese. Sweet Rose Ice Cream, Frida Taqueria, One of the few book stores, Diesel, Calypso clothing and home, Jenni Kayne, Edelweiss chocolates, James Perse

Santa Monica along Montana Ave  in the Vicinity of 15th and Montana all the way to the beach to the West and to 20th Street on the East you will find many places to eat and shop. Walk about a mile along this strip within the affluent Santa Monica neighborhood and you will find many boutiques and one of a kind places to eat. Café Montana, Pradeeps, Sweet Lady Jane, Rosti Tustcan, many café’s, Local Markets and grocery stores to name a few, Savannah, Michael Stars, Yoga Works, Only Hearts are a few of the boutiques along the mile+ strip

Santa Monica along Montana Ave  in the Vicinity of 15th and Montana all the way to the beach to the West and to 20th Street on the East you will find many places to eat and shop. Walk about a mile along this strip within the affluent Santa Monica neighborhood and you will find many boutiques and one of a kind places to eat. Café Montana, Pradeeps, Sweet Lady Jane, Rosti Tustcan, many café’s, Local Markets and grocery stores to name a few, Savannah, Michael Stars, Yoga Works, Only Hearts are a few of the boutiques along the mile+ strip

Three Parks near The Wilshire Corridor

Holmby Park in Holmby Hills in Westwood

Holmby Park in Holmby Hills in Westwood

Three Parks near The Wilshire Corridor

There are 3 great parks near the Wilshire Corridor to spend time.

·  ***       Holmby Park

·  ***      Veteran Park Playground, Westwood Recreation Center(Pool, Activities, Tennis etc)

·  ***       Rancho Park

Holmby Park

601 Club View Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90024

Near the Intersection of S. Beverly Glen & Comstock

Hours of Operations

Monday to Sunday: Dawn to Dusk

Set in the serene Holmby Hills, the park has three major sections to enjoy.  One, it has a lawn bowling area.  Two, it has a mini-golf area.  And, three, it has a playground for kids.  It also has barbecue pits and picnic tables. You can walk around the perimeter track over a mile long.

If you’re an avid lawn bowler, Holmby Park has one of the few lawn bowling areas in The Wilshire Corridor. 

Armand Hammer/Holmby Park (Pitch and Putt) Pony Course which opened in 1929 is a cozy 18-hole course, with a small stream running next to it, located in Holmby Park. It is a great practice course for your short game with it’s longest hole measuring just 68 yards. The course was revamped by William Johnson & William P. Bell in 1940 and saved from closure by Hugh Hefner and Armand Hammer in 1981.

The children’s playground area features swings, slides, sand and more.  With barbecue pits and picnic tables, it is a great place to have a kid’s birthday party with friends and family.


Veteran Park Playground

1350 S Sepulveda Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90025

Near Veteran and Wilshire Blvd.

 (310) 473-3610(310) 473-3610

Veteran Park Playground, near the Wilshire Corridor, has a number of things to do for the family.  The park features tennis courts, basketball courts, a big open field for playing soccer, barbecue pits and picnic tables for good meals, two play areas for kids, and the YMCA for swimming and other activities.  

Aidan’s Place is where most families spend time with their kids.  During hot days, they have a water feature that allows kids to press a few buttons and get a burst of mist to refresh their faces.  There is a big sand area for kids to build sand castles.  It also has swings and climbing apparatuses for kids to run and jump on.   The grounds are padded for extra safety for the kids. 

 The Wilshire Corridor is located near nice parks for enjoying time with friends and family, birthday parties, picnics, various sporting activities or just sitting on the grass and reading a book.

Rancho Park-Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, Cheviot Hills Tennis

2551 Motor Ave

Los Angeles, Ca. 90064

South Beverly Glen, Left at Pico 1 block


Cheviot Hills Recreation center and park is close to the Wilshire Corridor and offers acres of green grass. There is a separate tennis facility, a recreation center offering many classes and vast areas open to the public for recreation. There are basketball courts indoor and outdoor, a community room, senior center, gym, dog park, archery, soccer fields, baseball fields ,picnic areas, playground climbing structures and swings,a public pool, public golf course, camp activities and child care to name a few. The park has so much to offer, it is a must to visit when thinking of buying on the Wilshire Corridor, or living in any neighborhood surrounding Westwood. It is minutes from Century City and Cheviot Hills and Westwood and has so much to offer to residents.

Contact me for further information about things to do in areas, The Wilshire Corridor, Westwood, Holmby Hills, Brentwood, Belair, Beverly Hills, Century City and Los Angeles. https://www.caronschwartz.com   , http://www.thewilshirecorridorblog.com  310-383-0831310-383-0831