Quintessential Los Angeles Living
The Bird Streets neighborhood is found within the 90069 zip code and borders the Trousdale Estates development of Beverly Hills to the west, Sunset Plaza and the rest of the Hollywood Hills to the north and east, and La Collina Estates, the Sunset Strip, and West Hollywood to the south. Another enclave within the community is an area known as the 'Doheny Estates' which is found at the northernmost part of Doheny Drive right past Kinglet. This area typically offers some of the best views and larger lot properties with more 'flat' lot space making it more desirable to build your dream home with stunning views.
Many architectural masterpieces are located in the community, in styles such as Mid-Century Modern, Ultramodern, Traditional, Mediterranean, and even the occasional Cape Cod. The area also features many older nondescript homes on prime view lots with unobstructed views of the LA basin, which is why the area has been a target, in recent years, for developers who want to build a sexy Hollywood Hills home with the type of views only Los Angeles offers.
The neighborhoods streets are named after birds such as Blue Jay Way, Oriole Drive, Oriole Way, Oriole Lane, Tanager Way, Thrasher Avenue, Skylark Lane, Nightingale Drive, Robin Drive, Swallow Drive, Kinglet Drive, Thrush Way, Warbler Way, Warbler Place, Flicker Way, Flicker Place, Bluebird Avenue, Bobolink Place, Mockingbird Place, and Vireo Drive. Non-bird names such as Doheny Drive, Sierra Mar Drive, Sierra Mar Place, Marcheeta Place, and Hopen Place can also be found in the area.
The Bird Streets location is a mix of West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Bel Air amenities. All fun dining, entertainment and shopping is a mere quick drive or Uber ride away. Most attractions offer valet parking.
The Pendry West Hollywood is a new addition to the community. Opened in 2020, The Pendry is a sister property of the Montage Resort chain with a hip, urban flair. Located at 8340 Sunset Blvd, Pendry West Hollywood is home to Merois and Ospero, two all-new food & beverage concepts from Chef Wolfgang Puck, whose globally influenced California-centric creations have long been synonymous with the best creative dining in the city. The Britely is Pendry West Hollywood’s membership-based social club. Members will enjoy exclusive gathering and dining spaces as well as access to the full spectrum of hotel amenities, including the rooftop pool, fitness center, spa and entertainment venues.
While The Bird Streets are a mostly residential neighborhood, it lies only minutes north of the west end of Sunset Strip with its wonderful variety of restaurants and entertainment.
Boa Steakhouse offers a fun and local steakhouse experience. Celebrity heavy and a popular dinner spot, this location is right by Sunset and Cory Ave located at the bottom of an office tower and has a sexy ambiance for any fun friday night dinner planned. Reservations ahead of time are recommended.
For an iconic family-owned L.A loved family diner to Mel’s Drive-In. The neon lights and Googie architecture will make you feel like you’ve been transported back to the ‘50s and ‘60s. Grab a burger and a milkshake or a slice of double-crusted pie.
Now offering two locations, Soho House proves to be a local favorite. West Hollywood provides multiple lounge areas, roof garden, screening room and more for local members. Holloway House offers accommodations with a 34 bed boutique hotel, rooftop and sunbeds.
If you are looking for entertainment, The Bird Streets’ location near Sunset Strip means you will be only minutes away from some of the most iconic locales in West Hollywood.
Formally owned by Johnny Depp, The Viper Room was an infamous hotspot for celebrities and musicians. The Viper Room still hosts bands nightly.