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Old 05-05-2011, 10:46 AM
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My husband and I are in the very early process of relocating from the East coast to the LA area. I am interviewing at Cedars Siani next week and want to look at neighborhoods while we are there to get a feel for what they are like.

We would like something within walking distance to stores, biking and hiking trails, restaurants, hopefully an open air market and anything else that we can easily walk or bike to.

I am still not sure what area we will like- the hills, the city, the suburbs; so we are open to any feedback, pros and cons.

I am also wanting to get feedback on Cedars Siani- is this a good place to work?? I am a nurse that specializes currently in informatics.

Thanks in advance!!!
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Old 05-05-2011, 11:50 AM
Location: South Bay
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cedars is very difficult to get to if you don't live nearby due to all of the freeways being miles away. my brother lives around there and it's a cool area. lots of apartments to the east and west of the hospital with lots of shopping/dining options (although probably not as walkable as east coast urban areas). there's also some good hiking up in the hills directly to the north. it really depends on your budget on where you will live, but ultimately you'll want to be pretty close to your job as traffic is as bad everyone says it is.
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Old 05-05-2011, 02:52 PM
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West Hollywood is a nice place to live and well managed, and areas LA close to Bev Hills/WEHO line, but not cheap.

Cedars is nice and always growing. Close to shopping (Bev Center, 3rd St.), food, WEHO park, and quick access to everything/all communities.

Good luck!
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