Welcome to View Park / Windsor Hills
A wealthy westside hotspot for the black community, View Park is nestled between Culver City and Leimert Park, and directly next to Windsor Hills. The View Park area was developed in the 1970s as an upper-class neighborhood akin to the style of Cheviot Hills, Bel-Air, and Brentwood. One of the wealthiest African-American areas in the United States, View Park heavily features real estate designed in the Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean style. Most of the original homes remain today: In fact, View Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places as of 2016.
Parks and Rec
View Parkhas a main park called Rueben Ingold Park, which opened in the early 1970s. It sits next to a the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area with the newly Stocker Trail Corridor pathway to connect the two.
View Parks sits within the Los Angeles Unified School district and the Inglewood Unified School District:
- Oak Tree View Park Windsor Hills
- 54th Street Elementary School
- Cowan Elementary School
- Windsor Math/Science/Aerospace Magnet
- Audobon Middle School
- Crenshaw High School
- View Park Preparatory School
In addition to the magnet, public, and charter schools offered through the district, View Park is also home to great private schools as well:
- Hidden Gems Preparatory Academy
- Page Academy Private School
- Riley's Rules
- Little Angels Nursery School
View Park isn’t lacking for cuisine. Whether you’re in the mood for authentic soul food or are following the latest trends, there’s something for everyone: Some of the top-rated restaurants in the area include Swift Cafe, Little Kingston Jamaican, Orleans & York, and Delicious Southern Cuisine.
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