Mid-City West, Los Angeles

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Mid-City West is a subregion in the western part of the Central Los Angeles region, served by the Mid City West Community Council.

Geography[edit]

It encompasses the area:

The area borders the city of West Hollywood on the north; the city of Beverly Hills and the South Robertson neighborhood of Pico-Robertson on the west; the P.I.C.O. neighborhoods of South Carthay, Carthay Square, CHAPS, and Redondo Sycamore on the south; and the Greater Wilshire neighborhoods of Melrose, Citrus Square, La Brea–Hancock, and Sycamore Square on the west.[1][2][3]

Most of Mid-City West is located in the Wilshire Community Plan area, but the part north of Rosewood Avenue is located in the Hollywood Community Plan area.[4]

Popular nicknames for the neighborhood are Midtown or Mid-city.[citation needed]

Neighborhoods in Mid-City West[edit]

Demographics[edit]

The population of Mid-City West (as of 2006) was around 47,000. The racial make up was 74.78% White, 4.74% Black, 0.24% American Indian & Alaska Native alone, 10.49% Asian, 0.06% Native Hawaiian & other Pacific Islander alone, 2.08% other races, 3.78% two or more races, and 6.22% Hispanic or Latino.

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