Studio City, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Studio City has a diverse population and is home to a high percentage of Hispanics. The population is made up of both males and females of all ages. It also has a high percentage of divorced and widowed residents. The median age is 42 years old, and the average household size is two people. A little over a third of households are family units, with married couples with children making up another 31.6 percent of the population.

The local culture in Studio City is centered around food, shopping, and entertainment. Ventura Boulevard is the de facto Main Street, with dozens of shops, boutiques, and restaurants to choose from. You'll also find a large number of hip spots, including Carney's, Alfred Coffee, McConnel's Ice Cream, Tune Fork, and Joan's on Third.

There are many industries in Studio City, including entertainment, media, and film. The city is home to many filming studios, including Universal Studios, CBS, and NBC. Most people living in the area work in Los Angeles. Other major employers in the area include city government, education, and banks.

The cost of living in Studio City is expensive. The cost of goods, groceries, and services is significantly higher than the national average, and housing is one of the highest costs in the city.