The Sunset Strip is home to some of the most exclusive residences on the West Coast, but the most coveted properties are those above the Sunset Strip, in the celebrity-studded Sunset Plaza neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills. Sunset Plaza is one of the most coveted areas. Access to the hills is limited to only a handful of streets that are well guarded with patrolling security. This exceptional neighborhood sets the standard of exclusivity, glamor, seclusion, luxury and scenic views.
The Los Angeles Consolidated Railway was formed through the efforts of Moses Sherman and Eli Clark. In 1894, the two men started acquiring horse-car and cable car systems within the city. A year later, they opened an electric rail line. This being the first intercity line between Pasadena and Los Angeles. The intercity line became so successful that it became an inspiration for the many more to follow suit. By 1896, there were already tracks running from Los Angeles through Beverly Hills and from Hollywood to Santa Monica. Sunset Plaza became a premiere destination for wealthy shoppers and celebrities.
Sunset Plaza is now home to some of the best dining & shopping establishments in the city. Recent widening of the sidewalks have created larger outdoor dining areas for the local eateries and made for better pedestrian traffic. Here you are at the center of the Sunset Strip, yet a short trip up Sunset Plaza Drive takes you away into a truly serene setting.
The streets in and around Sunset Plaza include Belfast Dr, Blue Heights Dr, Fennell Pl, Evanview Dr, Forest Knoll Dr, Hedges Pl, Hedges Way, Hollywood Blvd, Londonderry Pl, Metz Pl, Miller Dr, Miller Pl, Miller Way, Pine Tree Pl, Rising Glen Pl, Rising Glen Rd, Stebbins Ter, St Ives Dr, Sunset Plaza Dr, Viewmont Dr, Viewsite Dr & Viewsite Ter.