Tarzana Apartments

in San Fernando Valley

One of the world’s lesser-known entertainment centers, the San Fernando Valley is a rich collection of cultural experiences and opportunities. The Valley balances perfectly at the crossroads of big-city access and small town charm. Positioned in such a way as to take full advantage of this, The Terrace Apartment community lies tucked away in Tarzana, in its own little corner of the Valley.

In anticipation of your arrival, we’ve designed a printable welcome brochure full of helpful information. Inside you’ll discover useful phone numbers, practical shopping options, and other details regarding The Terrace Apartment community neighborhood. Below, you’ll also find quick links to just a few of the places and events in the Tarzana cultural scene. Whether you’re looking for restaurants, recreation, or something unique, chances are good it’s nearby.

If you need a map or directions to The Terrace Apartment community, we’ve made that easy for you as well. Just click over to the Map & Directions tab, enter your starting address, and you’re set to go!

Braemar Country Club in The Terrace in Tarzana

Your New Neighborhood

In the early 1900s, an author named Edgar Rice Burroughs started writing novels. By 1919, his story “Tarzan of the Apes” became so successful that he decided to purchase a large ranch north of Los Angeles. He named this ranch “Tarzana,” and the citizens of the community around the ranch voted to keep that name when the official community of Tarzana, CA was formed in 1927.

Today, residents of this community have many options for entertainment and recreation. Lake Balboa at nearby Balboa Park offers fishing, boating, jogging/walking paths, and picnic spots. Along Ventura Boulevard, the casual adventurer can discover countless shops, boutiques, and restaurants for every taste and budget. Plus, every Sunday, the local Farmer’s Market is a can’t-miss event. Fresh flowers and produce, handmade items, and beautiful crafts are just a few of the features you’ll find there.

Whether you’re more of an indoor type, an outdoor type, or simply looking for great experiences, Tarzana and the surrounding communities have much to discover. Grab a friend or two and hit the town! The San Fernando Valley is waiting for you.

Beyond the Neighborhood

From Tarzana, the Universal City Orange Metro Line connects to Downtown Los Angeles, Universal City, and Warner City within just a few minutes. It also provides easy access to the I-405 (San Diego) and 101 (Ventura) freeways.

No matter what brings to you Tarzana, the San Fernando Valley is a great place to call home. Stay in the neighborhood or explore beyond—and The Terrace Apartment community will be peacefully waiting for you to come home.