About Van Nuys
Van Nuys is a neighborhood in the central San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. Home to Van Nuys Airport and the Valley Municipal Building, it is the most populous neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley. == History == In 1909, the Suburban Homes Company – a syndicate led by Hobart Johnstone Whitley, general manager of the board of control, along with Harry Chandler, H. G. Otis, M. H. Sherman and O. F. Brandt – purchased 48,000 acres of the Farming and Milling Company for $2.5 million. Henry E. Huntington extended his Pacific Electric Railway (Red Cars) through the Valley to Owensmouth (now Canoga Park). The Suburban Home Company laid out plans for roads and the towns of Van Nuys, Reseda (Marian) and Canoga Park (Owensmouth).
Neighborhoods in Van Nuys, California
Brentwood Glen, Brentwood Park, Crestwood Hills, Encino Village, Hollywoodland, Initiating Change in Our Neighborhoods Community Development Corporation (ICON CDC), Norma Triangle, North Beverly Park, North Hills, North Hills West, Parkwood, Sherman Village, Silver Triangle, Stonehurst, Sun Valley
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7261 Woodley AveVan Nuys California CA 91406United States
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