North Hollywood

North Hollywood is bordered on the north by Sun Valley and on the northeast and east by Burbank. Toluca Lake borders North Hollywood on the southeast and south, and Studio City abuts it on the southwest. It is flanked by Valley Village and Valley Glen on the west.

"North Hollywood" is a broad term; some may generally refer to the area between Burbank and State Route 170 south of Sherman Way as "North Hollywood", even including areas not strictly a part of the neighborhood.

There is a municipal park and a recreation center. The neighborhood is an important transportation center, and it is also a place where many notable people have lived or worked.

North Hollywood was established by the Lankershim Ranch Land and Water Company in 1887. It was first named "Toluca" before being renamed "Lankershim" in 1896 and finally "North Hollywood" in 1927. It is not contiguous with Hollywood, being separated by other parts of the San Fernando Valley and the Hollywood Hills.

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