Reynier Village is a secluded neighborhood with attractive Spanish Style Homes for those looking for a private and unassuming community. This neighborhood is nestled between the 10 freeway and Robertson Boulevard. Between Reyneir Village and Beverlywood is the commercial corridor on Robertson Boulevard. Historic businesses like Emil’s Hardware and the Beverly Swim School have served the community for almost 50 years.
This neighborhood is nestled between the 10 freeway and Robertson Boulevard.
Reynier Village Zip Codes: 90034.
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Reynier Village Events
La Cienega Farmer’s Market
La Cienega Farmers’ Market was started by The Model Neighborhood Program (MNP), a 501(c)(3) non-profit neighborhood improvement organization dedicated to vitalizing the community by providing direct support through its Certified Farmers’ Markets and nutrition programs to the area’s neighborhood groups and residents.
Thursday – 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm (7:30 pm Daylight Savings)
1801 S. La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Reynier Village Landmarks
Beverlywood Swim School
2612 S Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Beverlywood Swim School has been a major establishment in Los Angeles for well over 60 years (since 1951), and has a world wide reputation as being one of the finest and oldest schools in the nation.
2869 South Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Dolce Isola, a sidewalk bakery and café in the charming Beverylwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, offers all of the charm and distinguished décor of its predecessors, (The Ivy, Ivy at the Shore), but this time with a nod to the European café society of the 1930’s and 40’s and a pocket-book friendly eat-in or take-out menu.