With access to various Metro lines and many businesses open well past last call, Koreatown may be the most "urban" patch of Los Angeles' urban sprawl. Completely transformed by the influx of Korean immigrants in the 1970s and 1980s, this densely populated space was once part of the "grand concourse" of Wilshire Boulevard, lined with mansions and glamorous department stores. Now it's one ...of the most distinctive enclaves of L.A. - a part of town where you can literally go blocks without seeing any business signs in English. Korean barbecue abounds, obviously, but so do 24-hour spas, coffee shops blasting K-pop, and BYOB private karaoke rooms. View more
Market trends help you understand the movement of key price indicators. Trends in Wilshire Center / Koreatown show a 18% year-over-year rise in median sales price and a 19% rise in median rent per month.
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Wilshire Center / Koreatown has average crime relative to the rest of Los Angeles County.
Knowing more about crime activity in Wilshire Center / Koreatown can help keep you aware of crime in the area. Crime activity is most helpful when comparing two locations to understand the relative safety of each location.View More
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Most people in Wilshire Center / Koreatown commute by car. Learn how neighbors in this area get to work so you can consider how you might commute if you lived here, too.