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The Canoga Park neighborhood is an ethnically diverse suburb of Los Angeles that has more than 60,000 residents. The area has become popular with younger professionals that are moving into the neighborhood and renovating the culture. Canoga Park consists of mostly Cinderella homes built on large lots, but the area also has apartment buildings scattered throughout. The neighborhood has begun a transition to newer restaurants and a more diverse selection of shopping options.

Canoga Park rests more than 11 miles west of San Fernando Valley and more than 27 miles of west Los Angeles. This neighborhood has a main street known as Sherman Way, which is located in historic downtown Canoga Park. This street provides the hub for business as well as social and cultural activity for the neighborhood. Sherman Way features restaurants, clubs, antique shops and live entrainment. This street also has the Walk of Hearts on the sidewalks, which consists of bronze plaques used to honor distinguished teachers, and several public and private schools here are home to some of the best teachers in the state. Canoga Park combines a good education system, beautiful parks and a diverse community to create a family-friendly suburb.

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Rent Trends

As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Canoga Park, CA is $1,096 for a studio, $1,411 for one bedroom, $1,786 for two bedrooms, and $2,370 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Canoga Park has increased by 4.1% in the past year.

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Avg Sq Ft
Avg Rent
Studio
438
$1,096
1 BR
644
$1,411
2 BR
922
$1,786
3 BR
1,135
$2,370
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Ratings

71 Walk Score® Very Walkable
51 Transit Score® Good Transit
76 Bike Score® Very Bikeable

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Restaurants

Canoga Park provides a diverse selection of eateries that include restaurants, bakeries, cafes and delis. This neighborhood features a strong Latin American culture that's present in some of the available dining options. Canaoga Park also has other restaurants with authentic ethnic cuisine. The central location for restaurants and nightlife activity borders Sherman Way.

Go's Mart provides fresh, flavorful sushi that guests highly recommend. Although this restaurant has an expensive price tag, the popular menu items are more than worth the expense. Go's Mart features a much-praised menu item called kawagishi torro that's served with truffle oil and gold flakes. The inviting decor combined with well-prepared items and upscale presentation create a five-star experience.

Although Canoga Park has multiple fast food options and popular Latin American restaurants, Pink Elephant provides authentic Japanese and Thai cuisine. The beef drunken noodles come highly recommended, and pair them with crab cream cheese wontons. Pink Elephant includes a bit of spice in most menu items that most guests find enjoyable. This trendy restaurant's reasonably priced menu features many items under $10, making it an inexpensive yet tasty option when it's time to grab a quick, authentic bite to eat.

Nighltife in Canoga Park consists of dive bars, lounges and gentleman's clubs. Popular bars and clubs include Instant Replay, The Backroom and The Wet Spot. Instant Replay features a rotating tap, a jukebox with a diverse selection of music and free popcorn. This bar provides a laid-back place to grab a drink and socialize. The younger crowd at The Wet Spot gives patrons a fun, socially charged atmosphere, and this bar is connected to a gentleman's club, which heightens the experience for some guests. The Wet Spot offers cheap drinks, good music and a lively crowd that many guests find enjoyable.

History

Canoga Park joined Los Angeles in 1917, and in 1931, became known as Canoga Park. Prior to 1917, this area was known as Owensmouth and was mostly an agricultural community that produced wheat, sugar and beets. The area remained a small community until Pierce College was founded in the late 1940’s, and the development of multiple large aerospace firms in the 1950’s helped expand the community. During the 1960’s, State Highway 101 was created and connected the West Valley to the city, which made Canoga Park a suburb of Los Angeles. Since the 1960s, this area has maintained a diverse community.

This neighborhood contains several art galleries and the Canoga-Owensmouth Museum. This museum attempts to identify and preserve any objects or landmarks with historical value that were originally part of Owensmouth. An annual event includes the Canoga Park Artwalk, which occurs every year on the 3rd Thursday of June, July and August.

Transportation

Canoga Park is a walkable neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley area. Some errands can be accomplished on foot, and the bike infrastructure includes multiple bike lanes that make biking a suitable alternative. This neighborhood has some transit options and public transportation. Canoga Park uses the Metro Orange Line and ten bus lines pass through the neighborhood.

Car-sharing services such as Uber and RelayRides provide services for residents without a vehicle. Another transportation option includes local taxis, which service both the Canoga Park and West Los Angeles areas. For access to nearby locations, State Highway 27 and State Highway 101 are available.

Cost

The cost of living in Canoga Park sits at 4 percent lower than Los Angeles in general. Metro bus and rail provide pubic transportation options that cost $1.75 for a one-way single fare. The average rental rate sits at $1,062.38. However, one-bedroom rentals on Jordan Ave and Saticoy Street start at $650, while a one-bedroom rental on Carabella at Warner Center Apartments can cost as much as $1,729.

Gas in Canoga Park is more than 11 percent higher than the national average, and residents can expect to pay about $5.00 for 16 ounces of domestic beer at a local bar.

Shopping

Canoga Park features a wide selection of department stores and chain retailers that include Nordstrom, H&M and Neiman Marcus. Most residents enjoy shopping at these stores in Westfield Topanga, commonly known as Topanga Mall. This mall prevails as one of the largest malls on the west coast, with two floors and 279 tenants. The stores inside this mall have a broad selection of products that include home essentials, clothing items and gift options. Various grocery stores service this area, such as Target and Costco. However, small box stores are available, including Ralph's and Sunshine Groceries. These stores provide alternatives to more expensive grocery stores, with competitive prices on produce, meats and seafood.

This area also features multiple boutiques and speciality stores. Alabama Antiques has vintage and antique items that can be difficult to find in a department store or local retailer. This store provides vintage centerpieces, glassware and household items that customers find interesting. Its selection of items make great gifts or accent pieces for retro decor.

Another popular specialty store, Twinkle Twice II, provides gently used baby clothes, toys and accessories. This store has popular name-brand items as well as custom-made tutus for little princesses or ballerinas. Twinkle Twice II's wide selection of baby items guarantees you'll get the highest quality products.

Open every Saturday, Canoga Park Farmer's Market provides the closest farmer's market. Browse reasonably priced, locally grown produce, and enjoy a wide array of crafts, juices, cheeses and prepared foods. Canoga Park Farmer's Market also provides live music and many local vendors.

Parks

The most widely used neighborhood park in this area, Lanark Recreation Center, was formerly known as Orcutt Park. This beautiful park includes a lit baseball diamond, an indoor gymnasium, lit outdoor basketball courts, tennis courts and a large children's playground among other amenities. This family-friendly park provides picnic tables and an auditorium for special events. Lanark Recreation Center features programs and services for all ages that range from small children to seniors. The park site also includes an outdoor unheated seasonal pool and exercise equipment in the gymnasium. Annual events include the Salute To Kids event, which aims to support and promote community awareness. This event provides valuable information on effective ways to prevent children from joining gangs.

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