Why Make Pacific Palisades Home?
Pacific palisades is a 22.84 square-mile affluent coastal neighborhood surrounded by Brentwood, Malibu and Topanga with approximately 27,000 residents.
Pacific Palisades is a quiet coastal community raised up on the landscape overlooking the ocean. It’s no wonder many celebrities want to make the Pacific Palisades home.
The sea breeze, the sunny skies, the quaint, quiet community feel along with the beautification and upgrade project, makes Pacific Palisades real estate coveted.
This small neighborhood now has a fabulous upgrade without taking that feeling away. The new Palisades Village now has a new movie theater, a specialty grocer, small boutiques, outdoor dining and increased parking space along with a central park area. This was created by the Caruso Group which is also the developer, owner and operator of The Grove in Los Angeles and Waterside in Marina del Rey among others.
Many people want to make Pacific Palisades home because of it’s impressive schools and high ratings. here
The Pacific Palisades residents are part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Some residents are assigned to Pacific Palisades Elementary School, some are assigned to Canyon Elementary School, and some to Marquez Elementary School and Palisades Charter High School.
Private schools in the area include:
- Calvary Christian (K–8)
- Village School (pre-K–6)
- Corpus Christi (K–8)
- Matthew’s Parish School (PS–8)
- Seven Arrow's (K–6)
- Westside Waldorf (K–8)
- Lycée Français de Los Angeles Pacific Palisades Campus
The Palisades Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library is located at 861 Alma Real Drive.