Mid-Town North Hollywood is a northwest neighborhood of Los Angeles. Sandwiched between the Hollywood Freeway and Clybourn Avenue, Mid-Town North Hollywood is a suburban area with an urban feel. This neighborhood is home to the NoHo Arts District, which features theaters, galleries, fine dinning and boutiques. Budding artists love NoHo for the many available acting and art classes, as well as studio spaces. 

There are plenty of restaurants along Lankershim Boulevard. Stop for a bite of delicious Mexican and Texas food. You'll also find Indian, American, Mediterranean and vegetarian cuisine. 

The southern part of Mid-Town North Hollywood is home to the Art Institute of California's North Hollywood campus. Students can develop their creative skills in an environment filled with their peers. The building's proximity to local galleries is a resource many students use. The school allows students access to the NoHo Arts District where they can go to get inspiration from other local artists. 

Residents who prefer public transportation over owning a car use the red and orange lines on the subway. Apartments surround the train station so that tenants have easy access to transit that will take them elsewhere in the greater Los Angeles area. 

The local bars are great spots for live music. Musicians play most nights of the week in the NoHo Arts District. The whole Mid-Town North Hollywood neighborhood has the atmosphere of a rustic urban artists' town.