Fairfax is a small neighborhood in central Los Angeles. It has been a historically Jewish neighborhood since the mid-1900s when a large number of LA's Jewish population relocated from Boyle Heights in East Los Angeles. Today it's a funky mash-up of Judaica shops, streetwear stores, and popular restaurants. On a walk through the neighborhood you'll pass young creatives, younger skateboarders, and families in Orthodox Jewish attire.
On its side streets are a mix of single-family homes in a variety of styles, duplexes, and small apartment buildings.
Burbank: 8.7 miles / 20-50 minutes by car / 65-80 minutes by transit
Century City: 5.2 miles / 20-40 minutes by car / 55-60 minutes by transit
Downtown LA: 8.3 miles / 20-50 minutes by car / 60 minutes by transit
Santa Monica: 11.2 miles / 30-60 minutes by car / 70-75 minutes by transit