Gardena, CA

Gardena is a city in the state of california with a population of roughly 86,329. It is in Los Angeles County, California the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA core-based statistical areas (CBSA), and the Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA combined statistical area (CSA).Its Zip codes include 90249 ,90248 .

The Rise and Fall of Gardena's Housing Market

Real estate in Gardena, CA is a hot commodity. The city has seen an influx of new residents and businesses in recent years, which has led to an increase in home prices and rental rates. There are a number of reasons why people are drawn to Gardena, including its close proximity to Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, its diverse mix of neighborhoods, and its many amenities.

Gardena is located just south of downtown Los Angeles and is bordered by the cities of Hawthorne and Torrance. The city has a population of about 210,000 people and is home to several major employers, including Honda North America Manufacturing Inc., Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

The city's economy is based largely on services (particularly healthcare) as well as manufacturing (particularly automotive). However, there has been an increasing focus on technology over the past few years, with companies such as Google setting up offices in the area. This has led to an increase in housing prices and rental rates across all sectors of the market.

There are a number of neighborhoods in Gardena that are popular with residents and businesses alike. These include: Harbor Gateway/South Bayfront (which includes areas near Torrance Beach), East Gardena/Central Gardens (which includes areas near El Segundo Boulevard), West Gardena/Central Gardens (which includes areas near Jefferson Boulevard), South Gardena/Westchester (which includes areas near Sepulveda Boulevard), North Gardena/Eastchester (which includes areas near Manchester Avenue), Artesia Hills/ North Hills (which includes areas near Artesia Boulevard), Sunland- Tujunga- Valley Village (including parts of Sunland Park Village), Lake Balboa-Lake View Terrace-Eagle Rock Terrace- Highland Park Terrace- Sherman Oaks- North Hollywood Heights-(including parts of North Hollywood)and Granada Hills-(including parts of Granada Hills).

The City Council recently passed a resolution supporting efforts by Mayor Eric Garcetti to make LA more affordable for all Angelenos through increased housing production while also preserving neighborhood character.[1]


Price Index: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA (MSAD)

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