Miracle Mile

Offers a sprinkle of historic charm to go with the city’s twenty-first-century glitz and glam.

Welcome to Miracle Mile

The cultural epicenter of Hollywood and western LA.
Situated perfectly between Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood’s Miracle Mile offers a sprinkle of historic charm to go with the city’s twenty-first-century glitz and glam. Art deco and Spanish-inspired architecture line the streets, giving this neighborhood a distinct aura not often seen in other parts of Los Angeles. This charm from Hollywood’s golden age is ever-present in the many closeby parks and quiet residential enclaves, all just minutes away from the exciting hustle and bustle of the main stretch of shops and other businesses.
Once dairy farmland, Wilshire Boulevard was developed in the 1920s as a major commercial thoroughfare to compete with downtown Los Angeles. A pioneer in modern commercial signage, the area expanded beyond the main road into the vibrant focal point of the city it is today. This community’s unexpected rise to its notable rank as one of LA’s most popular neighborhoods perfectly emulates the spirit of Los Angeles, truly offering something for everyone.

What to Love

  • One of Los Angeles’ most historic neighborhoods, fraught with architectural significance 
  • The abundance of parks and green spaces 
  • Perfectly situated between several major roadways 
  • Just five miles from downtown and ten from Los Angeles International Airport

Local Lifestyle

While living in central LA can be fast-paced, Miracle Mile offers residents a chance to slow down a bit. Just beyond the mile-and-a-half-long stretch of shops, businesses, restaurants, and museums on Wilshire Boulevard, quiet residential streets are lined with Spanish and Southern California-style homes, offering a glimpse into this historic community’s past. Miracle Mile’s central location makes it a perfect spot for professionals, artists, and everyone in between. Parks are plentiful, the historic Wilshire Country Club is a stone’s throw away, and several beautiful museums can be found steps from your front door, ensuring both exciting and more relaxed entertainment options can be found without straying too far from home.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

While Miracle Mile’s residential enclaves are peaceful, they are just stepping away from some of the best shopping and dining options in the city. Here, there is always something to see, sip, savor, and experience. 
One of the best spots in the neighborhood to kick off brunch is undoubtedly Three Borders Brunch and Grill. This unpretentious spot serves up Mexican favorites meant for easygoing mornings, like breakfast sandwiches piled high, pupusas, and tronquitos, similar to a breakfast burrito. 
Other Mexican delights are found at El Cartel, an authentic neighborhood favorite. Tacos, burritos, and quesadillas are some of the simple classics which are done exceptionally well, but none can compare to their homemade empanadas. The menu also includes a number of vegetarian options, making it a well-rounded spot to grab a quick and delicious bite.
Nearby, Yuko Kitchen is a healthier alternative for fresh Japanese fare. Rice bowls, mixed plates, and classic sushi rolls are enjoyed in an eclectic dining room and out on a colorful patio, accented by an abundance of sprawling greenery.
Dining, shopping, and other entertainment can be found at The Grove, one of LA’s best-known icons. Since 2002, The Grove has been a go-to among locals, hosting many major names like Apple, Nike, Nordstrom, an AMC Theater, as well as several local brands. The Grove also hosts a rotating event schedule throughout the year, ensuring there is always something to do.

Things to Do

Miracle Mile is home to some of the city’s most iconic museums and memorials, positioned around every corner of the neighborhood. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is one of the best-known sites in the city, famous for its display of perfectly centered outdoor lamps and their robust rotation of art collections like Black American Portraits, Parisian cinema, indigenous Mexican astrology, and more. The museum also hosts film screenings, immersive art classes, and special previews for members. The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art is the only artist-founded museum in the city, first established in 1979. The LAMCA consists of many large artworks, several of which are positioned upon prominent walls on major roadways. The La Brea Tar Pits is an active archaeological site formed around a natural tar pit where asphalt has risen to the ground over the course of thousands of years, perfectly preserving the bones of many of history’s greatest creatures.


Miracle Mile is home to educational opportunities of every level. Some outstanding examples include:

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