47,916 population in 2000, according to the U.S. Census
52,041 population in 2008, based on L.A. Department of City Planning estimates.
3.68 square miles
13,036 people per square mile, about average for the city of Los Angeles but among the highest densities for the county.
Household income in thousands of 2000 dollars
$68,716 median household income (2008 dollars), high for the city of Los Angeles but about average for the county
In Los Angeles County, Studio City, Lake Hughes and East Pasadena have the most similar household incomes.
The percentages of households that earn $125,000 and up and $20,000 or less are high for the county.
66.5% of residents 25 and older have a four-year degree, high for the city of Los Angeles and high for the county
In Los Angeles County, Century City, South Pasadena and Hancock Park have the nearest percentage of residents 25 and older with a four-year degree.
The percentages of residents 25 and older with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree or higher are high for the county.
Housing & Families
Average household size of 2.0 people, low for the city of Los Angeles and low for the county
El Monte, Windsor Square and Vermont Vista have the most similar percentage of homeowners in Los Angeles County.
The percentages of never married males and never married females are among the county’s highest.
There are 309 families headed by single parents. The rate is 4.5%, low for the city of Los Angeles and low for the county.