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18425 Burbank Boulevard

Encino

Los Angeles, CA 91356

  • 439 - 2,018 sqft
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    Neighborhood

    Encino

    Encino is a peaceful, affluent neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles with unusually large properties and open spaces. Enjoy a small-town feel while maintaining access to big-city amenities. Encino’s big industries are health care, social services, and professional services. Encino Commons, sometimes called The Valley’s Miracle Mile, is a popular shopping area that also includes more than 300 businesses. See below to learn about Encino’s commercial space pricing, neighborhood amenities, and history.

    Office Space | Encino Lease Data & Trends

    Most commercial real estate brokers and firms designate Encino as part of the San Fernando Valley region, which is also sometimes called Los Angeles North. In this area, office space seekers will find a good spread of both Class A and Class B spaces available. Right now, about 12% of Class A spaces are available for new tenants, and they cost about $34 per square foot to rent. In addition, about 12% of Class B spaces are available; these spaces are slightly cheaper at $27/sqft. Pricing in this area is comparable to other popular regions in Los Angeles such as Park Mile, Wes San Gabriel Valley, and Torrance.

    What Our Brokers Say About Encino Office Space

    Encino is located at the southern end of San Fernando Valley by the Santa Monica Mountains. Reseda and Sepulveda Basin border Encino to the north, Brentwood to the south, Bel-Air to the southeast, and Tarzana to the west. This suburb features a lot of beautiful open areas that are mostly comprised of parkland. Los Encinos State Historic Park, the Sepulveda Dam, and the Sepulveda Gardens are all fun places to explore in Encino.

    Additional neighboring areas include Van Nuys, Woodland Hills, North Hollywood, and Studio City.

    Most people (83%) get around Encino by car, and traffic can be especially congested on the 405 going toward West LA. However, the Los Angeles Metro, which is the city’s bus rapid transit line, runs through this area and can take passengers to the Warner Center or North Hollywood and more. Some Amtrak and Metrolink transportation is available as well. Because Encino has a high population of seniors, the ONEgeneration transportation program provides door to door transportation just for them. Encino is relatively safe for walking but does not have many bike lanes. The Los Angeles International Airport is just 20 miles away; check out the John Wayne Airport, just 58 miles away, for even more flight options.

    The Encino Chamber of Commerce is a helpful source providing information about doing business in the area. The Chamber began in 1927 now offers events, programs, information, and listings to help local business owners and community members. To learn about businesses and services in Encino, check out the business directory.

    Though Encino might not be the first place in LA you think of when it comes to finding somewhere memorable to eat, one LA Weekly writer indicated Encino could be considered a prime dining destination. Whether you need to grab a bite to eat during lunch or want to arrange a spot for a formal business meeting with a coworker, Encino has you covered. For a view of Los Encinos State Historic Park and some unique Californian brasserie, visit Lakeside Cafe. Or, if you’re in the mood to eat the creations of a star chef, check out Scratch Bar & Kitchen, which features the culinary masterpieces of Phillip Frankland Lee. For some impressive sushi choices, look up Okumura, which may offer the best sushi experience in San Fernando Valley.

    Encino is not only an ideal place to set up an office and work but also a pleasant place to live and build a life. This neighborhood includes and has access to a variety of fun activities for the individual, the office, or the family. For example, The Getty Center, funded by billionaire oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, offers gardens, art exhibits, a research library, concerts, and sweeping views of Los Angeles. Also, Universal Studios Hollywood is nearby. Visitors can enjoy this theme park that features rides and attractions based on some of the most famous movies and TV shows out there. The Griffith Observatory lets visitors use free telescopes so they can see the stars. Sports lovers may want to visit the Balboa Sports Complex, which offers a variety of amenities including a football field, a handball court, a baseball diamond, outdoor basketball courts, a soccer field, tennis court, volleyball courts, a children’s play area, and more.

    Encino Neighborhood History

    Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portola and the others in his Portola expedition first began exploring the region of California known as Monterey in 1769. Gabrielino Indians living near Encino Springs were the first to greet him. The area had a lot of exceedingly large oak trees, which eventually gave the area its name; “Encino” is the Spanish word for “oak tree.” Actually, there is one particularly massive oak tree called the Encino Oak Tree that lived until 1998; today, a monument marks the site of the tree. Originally, Franciscan missionary Fray Juan Crespi named the valley “El Valle de Santa Catalina de Bononia de Los Encinos,” which was obviously shortened to just “Encinos.” After de Portola had claimed the area for Spanish royalty, he returned to Spain.

    The Mexican Revolution resulted in the Gabrielino Indians earning access to Rancho Los Encinos, a cattle and sheep rancho and travelers’ way-station. The area grew, and eventually Vincent De La Ossa became the new owner and increased the size and profits of the Rancho until his death in the 1860s. When Eugene and Philippe Garnier purchased the property, they began raising sheep, wheat, and barley in addition to the cattle. The actual community of Encino didn’t really begin until the early 20th Century.

    Today, Encino is a thriving residential and business community as well as a popular tourist destination. In particular, it’s known for serving as the birthplace, home, or former home to a high number of famous residents. Here are just a few examples: Johnny Cash, Richard Pryor, Tom Petty, John Travolta, John Wayne, Johnny Carson, Ice Cube, and Samuel L. Jackson.

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