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Old 08-26-2011, 03:48 PM
 
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I am looking at an apartment on Del Amo and Premiere. Is this considering a safe, quiet area? Thanks!
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Old 08-28-2011, 02:53 AM
 
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That is on the border between Lakewood and Long Beach, very close to Lakewood mall. It is a very safe area, although if it is right on Del Amo, it could be a little noisy due to traffic.

I have lived in Lakewood for 8 months or so, and my impression of the area is that it is fairly racially diverse, but very socioeconomically uniform (blue-collar mid to late career professionals and business owners like plumbers, electricians along with younger white collar professionals) and very family oriented with lots and lots of parks. Everybody seems productive and I don't get the feeling that I get in many other "diverse" neighborhoods that nogoodniks are wandering about looking for something to steal or some trouble to get into.

If anything, Lakewood might be considered "too quiet".

P.S. I live about a mile from that intersection.
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Old 08-29-2011, 10:53 PM
 
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That is on the border between Lakewood and Long Beach, very close to Lakewood mall. It is a very safe area, although if it is right on Del Amo, it could be a little noisy due to traffic.

I have lived in Lakewood for 8 months or so, and my impression of the area is that it is fairly racially diverse, but very socioeconomically uniform (blue-collar mid to late career professionals and business owners like plumbers, electricians along with younger white collar professionals) and very family oriented with lots and lots of parks. Everybody seems productive and I don't get the feeling that I get in many other "diverse" neighborhoods that nogoodniks are wandering about looking for something to steal or some trouble to get into.

If anything, Lakewood might be considered "too quiet".

P.S. I live about a mile from that intersection.
I also live in Lakewood and agree with everything you wrote. Del Amo and Premiere is close to the Lakewood Mall, even though this is the Long Beach/Lakewood border. I think the OP will enjoy living there.
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