About Westlake Village
A city in the Los Angeles County, Westlake Village has a population of around the 8,473 mark. Originally known as "Westlake", it has been used as the site for numerous films from "The Karate Kid" to "American Pie" and "Bridesmaids" to name a few. The Chumash Indians were the first settlers of the area about 3,000 years ago and the history buff can have a peek back to this time, as there are numerous on-going excavations and archaeological sites to gawk at. It wasn't until 1770 that the first Europeans showed their faces and in 1795 the land was a part of one of the first Spanish land grants. Today it is a bustling small city where you can find everything you need plus coworking venues for when you need to get some work done.
California is on the verge of becoming a global tech ecosystem. There are more tech PhDs per year than any other region in the country and the California Institute of Technology creates more patents than any other university in the US, whilst the University of California at Los Angeles gives birth to more startups. California has a lot going for it with its warm weather, stunning coastline and amazing beaches. It has become a city of those searching for that perfect lifestyle and those reaching for fame and fortune. Its strong university system creates a plethora of savvy tech talent and brainpower.
Westlake Village is tagging on to the tech rush that California is experiencing and coworking venues have become the way to work, connect and collaborate.
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