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Palms, 3526 Keystone Ave | Los Angeles
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  •  Central A/C
  •  Doorman Building
  •  Elevators
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Granite Countertops
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  Laundry
  •  Parking Available
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances

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About this Location

7-Eleven
3 min walk
Limited nearby
public transit
In a quiet
neighborhood
Woodbine Park
8 min walk

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    •  Elevators
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Microwave
    •  Refrigerator
    •  Stove & Oven
  • Living Room

    •  Hardwood Floors
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Great for families

Culver city/palms is more family oriented and relatively cheaper. Great restaurants nearby. And if you don't want to drive to school, you can take the 12 bus which takes about 35 min. Apt itself is pretty standard, no frills, but my building is gated in on both sides for extra security.

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  • 1 bed / 1 bath

The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

dining 28 Recs

Lenzini's Pizza
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grocery 2 Recs

Trader Joe's
Ralphs
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convenience 2 Recs

Rite Aid
7-Eleven
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fitness 18 Recs

Red Diamond Yoga
Westside Training Center
Kyokushin Karate
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parks 2 Recs

Woodbine Park
Mar Vista Recreation Center
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coffee 6 Recs

C&M Cafe
Commissary
Vees Cafe
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About Palms

Though Palms is definitely a neighborhood that falls in between a lot of the more popular West LA areas, the neighborhood still has lots to offer within its own borders. Visit the Museum of Jurassic Technology for an absolutely, unique experience with a diverse collection of exhibits loosely dedicat...
Safe
Quiet
Parks
Good Eats
Close to Beach
Shopping Nearby
Central Location
Median rents in Palms
Studio
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2,000
1 Bedroom
$
2,250
2 Bedroom
$
3,100

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Palms Reviews

32 reviews
Palms feels like being in a city without the rush. It's halfway between downtown and Santa Monica and is walking distance to the metro which goes straight to either in about 30 minutes. There are a lot of local restaurants and it is about a mile to downtown Culver City which has even more restaurants. The area seems to be home primarily to young professionals. It feels extremely safe - other than an occasional stolen package, I haven't heard of any other crime activity in the area.
I love living in this area. I lived in Culver City before, and now live just over the border in Palms. It's further from campus than where most Anderson students live, but it is also less expensive. I like having a little distance from campus, and living in an area with so many great bars and restaurants.
Palms is not very walkable itself, but it's easy to walk to downtown Culver City and the adjacent residential neighborhood. Culver has a few big parks and a nice dog park. Downtown Culver City is super walkable and has lots of cute bars, restaurants, shops, and theaters.
Lots of restaurants, close to Culver City. 100% needing a car to commute to school, close to highway on/off ramp.
Really great location - halfway between Santa Monica and USC campus. Very central to other Westside neighborhoods too. The Expo Metro line is quite convenient too - there are both Palms and Culver City stops. Downtown Culver City is walking distance, and has lots of great restaurants, bars, and even a movie theater.
The best part about Palms is the central location. You are right next to Culver City and are really not very far from both Santa Monica and Downtown, as well as Westwood, Beverly Hills, and Century City. There are a few fun bars and plenty of food options within walking distance of most Palms residences. Most of the streets have a residential, neighborhood feel. Lots of cute dogs. There are also some massive, German Shepherd-sized raccoons that roam the streets starting around dusk, but they are not violent and are actually pretty cute.
Palms is nice and super close to Culver City. You're about halfway between Santa Monica and DTLA, so it's easy to get to either one. I have never had any issues with safety and there are groceries stores within walking distance along with a bunch of restaurants.
Light industrial with apartments and restaurants mixed in. Disapointing lack of good restaurants, but Culver is close by. Downtown Culver City is walkable.