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Below is some general information about Hollywood Hills:
The neighborhood of Hollywood Hills is a high-income, low-density, well-educated, 71.4% white, youthful urban residential district within Central Los Angeles, California. It includes the Hollywood Bowl and Forest Lawn Memorial Park, as well as two private and three public schools. The American Film Institute is headquartered here.
The neighborhood touches Studio City, Universal City and Burbank on the north, Griffith Park on the north and east, Los Feliz on the southeast, Hollywood on the south and Hollywood Hills West on the west. It includes Forest Lawn Memorial Park, the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Bowl and the John Anson Ford Theater. Hollywood Hills is bisected southeast-northwest by the 101 Freeway. The neighborhood is bounded on the northwest and north by the Los Angeles city line, on the east by a fire road through Griffith Park, continuing on Western Avenue, on the south by Franklin Avenue and on the west by an irregular line that includes Outpost Drive.
A total of 21,588 people lived in the neighborhood’s 7.05 square miles, according to the 2000 U.S. censusÑaveraging 3,063 people per square mile, among the lowest population densities in the city or the county. The population was estimated at 22,988 in 2008. The median age for residents was 37, considered old for the city and the county. The percentages of residents aged 19 through 64 were among the county’s highest. The neighborhood is “not particularly diverse” for the city, the diversity index being 0.433, and the percentage of white people is considered high, at 74.1%. Latinos make up 9.4%, Asians are at 6.7%, blacks at 4.6% and others at 5.3%. In 2000 Mexico (7.9%) and the United Kingdom (7.8%) were the most common places of birth for the 22.8% of the residents who were born abroad, which was considered a low percentage of foreign-born when compared with the city or county as a whole.
The median household income in 2008 dollars was $69,277, considered high for the city but about average for the county. The percentage of households earning $125,000 or more was high, compared to the county at large. The average household size of 1.8 people was relatively low. Renters occupied 56.5% of the housing units, and homeowners the rest. In 2000 there were 270 families headed by single parents, or 6.9%, a rate that was low in both the county and the city
Hollywood Hills West residents aged 25 and older holding a four-year degree amounted to 54.8% of the population in 2000, considered high when compared with the city and the county as a whole, as were the percentages of residents with a bachelor’s or a postgraduate degree. There are five secondary or elementary schools within the neighborhood’s boundaries: Immaculate Heart High and Middle School, Valley View Elementary School, The Neilson Academy, Cheremoya Avenue Elementary School, The Oaks, private elementary, and The American Film Institute.
Source: Hollywood Hills on Wikipedia