Montana Avenue

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Montana Avenue
LocationLos Angeles and Santa Monica, California
West endOcean Avenue
  • Lincoln Boulevard
  • Bringham Avenue
  • --- Gap In Route ---
  • A point west of Beloit Avenue
  • To I-405 / Sepulveda Boulevard
East endGayley and Veteran Avenues

Montana Avenue is a primarily residential tree-lined street that stretches from Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica, California to the West L.A. Veterans Administration at Bringham Avenue in the Brentwood district of Los Angeles. A non-contiguous segment of Montana Avenue then continues east of the Veterans Administration in the Brentwood Glen neighborhood to Veteran Avenue at UCLA when it becomes Gayley Avenue. Gayley Avenue later becomes Midvale Avenue at its intersection with Wilshire Boulevard.

The intersection of Montana and Barrington is one of the busiest in the area, due to its proximity to the San Diego Freeway and Sunset Boulevard interchange. Montana Avenue is most famous for its upscale and chic shopping and dining portion from 7th to 17th Streets in Santa Monica;[1] the western portion is served by Santa Monica Transit line 18, and the section by UCLA is served by LACMTA line 602.

Spanish style Estate North of Montana
North of Montana Estate
North of Montana Estate
Home North of Montana

Two elementary schools, Roosevelt and Franklin are also on Montana.

Homes north of Montana in the 90402 (Santa Monica) zip code are considered to be among the most expensive in Los Angeles County, ranging from 2.5 million to 30 million. South of Montana are mainly businesses, condos and single family homes.


  1. ^ Robinson, Gaile (November 15, 1989). "Montana Avenue: Chic and Close in Santa Monica". Los Angeles Times.

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