MOOVIT4NOW completes a night move for one of our customers with excellence and precision. We used the LED lighting from our studio grade trucks to light the way.
About Larchmont Village
Larchmont Village: The smallest neighborhood in Los Angeles is, fittingly, also one of its most quaint and small-town adorable. It’s so quaint and small-town adorable, it still has an independent bookstore. There are a lot of ways to define LA’s smallest ‘hood (it could be downtown Culver City?), but we’re going with the tiniest by area, according to the Los Angeles Times‘s comprehensive mapping project, which puts Larchmont in a .49-square-mile rectangle surrounded by Hollywood, East Hollywood, Koreatown, Hancock Park, and Windsor Square.
Larchmont (use it interchangeably with Larchmont Village if you like) is far less fancy than Hancock Park or Windsor Square and more suburban than Hollywood, East Hollywood, and Koreatown, and it’s defined primarily by the single long strip of Larchmont Boulevard, lined with diagonal parking, wide sidewalks, coffee shops, toy stores, expensive boutiques, dog bakeries, a Rite Aid, and a Chipotle.
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