Avenue of the Stars is a short, 4 block street that runs between Santa Monica Boulevard and W Pico Blvd in the Culver City suburb of Los Angeles, in the U.S. state of California. This area is home to the Westfield Mall, The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, The Annenberg Foundation, Fox Broadcasting Company, and the InterContinental Los Angeles/Century City. Century City is a 176-acre commercial and residential district within Culver City. Its borders include Avenue of the Stars.
Avenue of the Stars is home to several high-rise buildings including The Century Towers, a residential complex that has been home to many celebrities such as Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Other buildings include the Century Plaza Hotel, Fox Plaza a 35-story skyscraper that is the headquarters of Twentieth Century Fox and ZA Associates, and the SunAmerica Center a 39-floor skyscraper with tenants that include SunAmerica, 20th Century Fox, ABC, and HBO. Many of the high-rise office buildings on Avenue of the Stars offer executive suites.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment options in the area of Avenue of the Stars include the nearby Hillcrest Country Club, The Cheviot Hills Tennis Courts, and the Los Angeles Country Club. Nearby the Sony Pictures Studio offers a tour of stages used in productions such as the Wizard of Oz, Men in Black, and Spider-Man. The Westfield Mall offers shopping in its 200 stores. Dining options on Avenue of the Stars includes stand alone restaurants and those found in the areas hotels, include X Bar, Lobby Court & Patio, and Breeze in the Hyatt Regency, Sendai which serves delicious Japanese food. Authentic American cuisine is available Plaza Edibles, an amazing array of sandwiches can be found at City Deli, and great quality American burgers and hot dogs can be found at The Stand.
Avenue of Stars in Culver City is served by the Los Angeles International Airport, which is located 7 miles south of the city. CityBus Line 6 connects directly to the Los Angeles Airport Transit Center. The Culver CityBus services provide public transportation in and around Culver City. There is a light rail line from Downtown Los Angeles to a terminal station at the Culver Junction near Venice and Robertson Boulevards in Culver City.