Made to Inspire
Habitat’s walkability extends to surrounding Culver City, offering quick jaunts for provisions from Whole Foods, lunch at one of Cumulus’s new cafes, and drinks and shopping after work at the Arts District.
Grab a quick lunch across the street at Whole Foods, adjacent to Cumulus’s evolving mix of curated shops, new residences, and even a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Easily access Hayden Tract’s cutting-edge media studio cluster, dotted with culinary destinations like the Scandinavian coffeeshop Destroyer and the food-forward experience at Vespertine.
CULVER CITY ARTS DISTRICT
Explore Culver City Arts District's shops, galleries, and restaurants, from blue-chip artwork at Blum & Poe to LA street tacos from Bee Taqueria.
Adjacent to the Expo light rail line’s La Cienega/Jefferson station, Habitat’s workforce has access to convenient car-free transit from Culver City to Downtown LA, Santa Monica, and soon, to LAX.
From Culver City Station, soak in a spa treatment at Milk + Honey, punch up your workout at Mayweather Boxing, devour a pizza at Etta, or book a stay at Shay Hotel.
Explore this well-designed indoor-outdoor mall’s offerings including salad at Sweetgreen, beauty products at Aesop, plant-based pasta at Margot, Mexican at Loqui, and coffee at Bluebottle.
DOWNTOWN SANTA MONICA
After a short ride on the Expo Line, access Downtown Santa Monica’s dense seaside cluster of shops, restaurants, and hotels—along with its large tech, content, and entertainment workforce.
With the Expo Line Bikeway running along the campus, a large network of off-street paths connects Ballona Creek to Baldwin Hills and ends at the Pacific Ocean.
DOWNTOWN CULVER CITY
Grab a bite from Citizen Public Market, Culver City Farmer’s Market, or Erewhon, and lounge among tech and media creatives at The Culver Steps.
Explore the paths that make their way through the Baldwin Hills, including the Park to Playa, which winds its way along Baldwin Hills Overlook, Culver City Stairs, and Kenneth Hahn State Park.
MARINA DEL REY BEACH
Follow the Ballona Creek Bike Path to its end and you’ll pop out at the Pacific Ocean—imagine riding a bike from the office for an end-of-day game of beach volleyball with coworkers.