Van Nuys



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FOX Corporate Housing in Van Nuys, CA offers Fully-furnished, Temporary Housing options for half the cost of a typical costly hotel stay. Our Van Nuys, luxury corporate apartments and single family homes give our clients the utmost in quality, designer decor with personalized touches throughout, to ensure our guests feel at home during their Temporary stay with FOX.

Van Nuys is located in central San Fernando Valley. It’s bordered by other popular neighborhoods in the Valley, such as Valley GlenLake Balboa, Sherman Oaks, and Panorama City.

It’s true that Van Nuys isn’t part of Los Angeles County, but that doesn’t mean it’s far from the city’s main stomping grounds. Located less than 20 miles away from LA’s WestsideHollywoodDowntown LA, and other popular neighborhoods in the Valley, residents living in Van Nuys can easily get around town without a hitch.

Cutting through the middle of the neighborhood is the 405 freeway (San Diego Freeway), but the community is also near the 101 (Ventura Freeway), 170 (Hollywood Freeway), 118 (Simi Valley Freeway), and the I-5 (Golden State Freeway). Residents living in this neighborhood can also skip the busy commute to LAX, and instead, hop on a flight out of Van Nuys Airport.

Even though the San Fernando Valley has a reputation for being suburban, the densely populated Van Nuys neighborhood offers residents a more metropolitan feel, perhaps due to the community’s courthouse and many government buildings. The recent arrival of new businesses, hotels, residences, restaurants, and shops has transformed the area.

Despite being rich in parks, affordable, and conveniently located, Van Nuys is often overlooked by homebuyers because it gets overshadowed by other Valley communities, such as North Hollywood and Sherman Oaks, both of which are currently experiencing a development boom and cultural renaissance.

To experience the Van Nuys shops and restaurants, simply head towards the neighborhood’s main drags at either Van Nuys Boulevard or Burbank Boulevard. Residents and visitors are attracted to this part of the neighborhood due to its plentiful amenities. Van Nuys also has plenty to offer in terms of outdoor recreation and park-friendly facilities like mini-parks, skate parks, bike paths, and athletic fields.

Residents are only a short distance from the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, which stretches over more than a thousand acres of the San Fernando Valley. This park is so large that it serves surrounding Valley neighborhoods as well.

Many residents in Van Nuys include families, professionals, and students from both UCLA and USC. Residents enjoy the neighborhood’s overall walkability as well as the community’s proximity to the middle of the action in both the San Fernando Valley and LA County. 

Popular neighborhood fixtures include Sky Zone Trampoline Park, the Japanese Garden, and Lake Balboa Park. Locals in the area also enjoy visiting the nearby farmers markets where they can shop for fresh, organic produce, and homegrown specialty goods.