We love serving our neighbors over in Century City with all of their cannabis needs. This neighborhood is right next door, and easily one of our favorite spots in Los Angeles. If you haven’t been to visit us, come stop by and say hello.
MARIJUANA DISPENSARY & DELIVERY IN CENTURY CITY
DID YOU KNOW WE WERE NAMED MARIJUANA DISPENSARY OF THE YEAR IN THE CENTURY CITY AREA?
Bordered by West Los Angeles, Westwood, Rancho Park, Beverlywood, and Beverly Hills, this neighborhood is right around the corner from us. Century City is a business hub for its surrounding areas. Its residential population is only around 6,000 people while its daytime population grows to 48,343 during the workweek. It has the highest percentage of senior residents of any other neighborhood in Los Angeles County at 26.4%. Military veterans compose 11.9% of the population, which is another high rate for the county.
why we love century city
Century City is a unique neighborhood on the Westside of Los Angeles. As a center for business and commerce, it often gets overlooked by visitors as a must-see destination in Los Angeles. However, this area is full of interesting places to visit for anyone interested in the arts. And anyone interested in shopping. It was created as a “city within a city” by Welton Becket in 1957, who was determined to utilize high rises and pedestrian bridges to ease crowding. Today, some of its signature locations include the Annenberg Space for Photography, Fox Plaza, Twentieth Century Fox Studios, and Creative Artists Agency.
DID YOU KNOW THAT CENTURY CITY WAS NAMED FOR THE 20TH CENTURY FOX’S CENTURY PROPERTY?
In the late 1940’s, the popularity of television resulted in major losses for popular film studios, and 20th Century Fox was one of them. After numerous attempts to recover their losses, Fox followed the example of Warner Brothers, Paramount, and Universal Studios and decided to sell their land. The then-President of 20th Century Fox had a nephew in-law named Edmond Herrscher, an attorney who would later be credited with the title as “the father of Century City”. Herrscher saw an opportunity to sell parts of the lot for business and commercial real estate development. The rest is history.