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List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in the Wilshire and Westlake areas

 

List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in the Wilshire and Westlake areas

This is a list of the Historic-Cultural Monuments in the Wilshire and Westlake areas of Los Angeles, California. There are more than 140 Historic-Cultural Monuments (HCM) in the Wilshire and Westlake areas. These are sites that have been designated by the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission as worthy of preservation based on architectural, historic and cultural criteria.

Historic-Cultural Monuments

style="background:" width=1% | HCM #[1] style="background:" width="18%" |Landmark name[2] class="unsortable" style="background:" width="11%" |Image style="background:" width="4%" |Date designated[2] style="background:" width="12%" |Locality[2] style="background:" width="12%" |Neighborhood class="unsortable" style="background:" width="41%" |Description[3]
style="background:"|39 Lewis House[4] 3|35|N|118|15|41|W| name=39. Residence at 1425 Miramar Street

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Westlake Queen Anne style Victorian house built in 1889 and attributed to Joseph Cather Newsom
style="background-color:"|45 Frederick Mitchell Mooers House 3|12|N|118|16|29|W| name=45. Mooers, Frederick Mitchell, House

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Westlake Often been used to illustrate West Coast Victorian architecture; named for owner who discovered Yellow Aster gold mine after years of prospecting in the Mojave Desert
style="background-color:"|56 Bullock's Wilshire Building 3|40|N|118|17|15|W| name=56. Bullock's Wilshire Building

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Mid-City Former luxury department store; completed 1929; art deco style; noted for 241-foot (73 m) tower
style="background-color:"|81 Memorial Branch Library 3|23.59|N|118|19|56.68|W| name=81. Memorial Branch Library

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Mid-Wilshire Branch library; built in 1930; includes heraldic work of Judson Studios stained glass.
style="background:"|83 Boyle-Barmore Residence 1311-1321 Alvarado Ter. Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:"|84 Cohn Residence 1325 Alvarado Ter. Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:"|85 Gilbert Residence 2|43|N|118|16|52|W| name=85. Gilbert Residence

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Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:"|86 Powers Residence 2|43|N|118|16|53|W| name=86. Powers Residence

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Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:"|87 Raphael Residence 2|43|N|118|16|54|W| name=87. Raphael Residence

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Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:"|88 Kinney-Everhardy House 2|43|N|118|16|55|W| name=88. Kinney-Everhardy House

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Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:;"|89 Central Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church 2|42|N|118|17|01|W| name=89. Central Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church

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Pico-Union Originally First Church of Christ, Scientist; served as Los Angeles base of Jim Jones Peoples Temple in the 1970s
style="background:"|91 Korean Philadelphia Presbyterian Church (Temple Sinai East) 4|01|N|118|17|35|W| name=91. Korean Philadelphia Presbyterian Church (Temple Sinai East)

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Built in 1926.
style="background:"|94 Queen and Washingtonia Robusta Palm Trees and Median Strip 4|24.61|N|118|20|18.84|W| name=94. Queen and Washingtonia Robusta Palm Trees and Median Strip

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Palm trees planted in 1928 along median strip of Highland Ave. between Wilshire Blvd. and Melrose Ave.
style="background:"|99 Residence at 1036-1038 S. Bonnie Brae St. 1036-1038 S. Bonnie Brae St. Pico-Union Circa 1896 building known for its "chateau in wood" style and photogenic facade.
style="background:"|100 MacArthur Park (formerly Westlake Park) 2100-2320 W. 6th St.; 601-631 S. Alvarado St.; 610-680 Park View St. Westlake Land acquired on January 6, 1886. Lake enlarged in 1890 and bandstand erected in 1896. Renamed MacArthur Park in 1942.
style="background-color:"|113 Young's Market 3|14|N|118|16|14|W| name=113. Young's Market Company Building

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Westlake Built in 1920s as a market and office building with marble columns and terra cotta frieze; converted into lofts
style="background:"|114 Wilshire United Methodist Church 4350-4366 Wilshire Blvd. Mid-Wilshire The concrete church has elements of both Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Dedicated in 1924, designed by Allison & Allison.
style="background:"|115 Evans Residence 419 S. Lorraine Blvd.
style="background-color:"|116 Wilshire Boulevard Temple 3|45|N|118|18|11|W| name=116. Congregation B'nai B'rith

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Mid-City Oldest Jewish synagogue in the Los Angeles area; Byzantine dome has been a Los Angeles landmark since 1929
style="background-color:"|118 Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theatre 3|40|N|118|18|28|W| name=118. Pellissier Building

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Mid-City 12-story steel-reinforced concrete office tower; on a two story pedestal that contains ground floor retail and the Wiltern theater entrance; blue-green, terra cotta-covered tower; French Zig-Zag Moderne styling
style="background:"|122 Buck House 5950-5958 W. 8th St.; 805 S. Genesee Ave.
style="background:"|129 Charles C. L. Leslie Residence 757-767 Garland Ave. Westlake Two-story Queen Anne mansion for oil executive Charles C. L. Leslie. Dennis & Farwell was the designer.
style="background-color:"|158 Mary Andrews Clark Residence of the YWCA 3|36|N|118|15|51|W| name=158. Clark, Mary Andrews, Memorial Home

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Westlake Large French colonial chateauesque structure built in 1913 as a YWCA home for young working women; donated by William A. Clark as a tribute to his mother
style="background:"|167 Residence at 826 S. Coronado Street 826 S. Coronado St. Westlake
style="background:"|169 William Grant Still Residence 2|53.76|N|118|19|38.6|W| name=169. William Grant Still Residence

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Mid-City Residence of composer William Grant Still.
style="background:"|170 Paul R. Williams Residence 2|33.31|N|118|19|49.95|W| name=170. Paul R. Williams Residence

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Mid-City Residence of African-American architect Paul Williams.
style="background:"|173 Welsh Presbyterian Church 1153 S. Valencia St.; 1501 W. 12th St. Pico-Union S. Tilden Norton designed this synagogue for the Sinai congregation in 1909. The Greek-Revival structure was sold to the Welsh Presbyterian Church congregation in 1926. In 2013 the Welsh congregation sold it to songwriter/music producer Craig Taubman, who planned to use it for interfaith worship and performing arts.[5]
style="background:"|183 West Facade of Pan Pacific Auditorium (site of) 7600 Beverly Blvd. Demolished: 01-01-1992
style="background-color:"|208 Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn 3|15|N|118|16|44|W| name=208. Bernard, Susana Machado, House and Barn

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Westlake Gothic Revival mansion in Pico Union designed by John Parkinson; built 1901
style="background:"|209 Wilshire Christian Church Building 3461 Wilshire Blvd.
style="background:"|210 Terrace Park and Powers Place Alvarado Terrace, between Powers Pl. and 14th St. Pico-Union Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District
style="background:"|237 First Baptist Church of Los Angeles 2875 W. 8th St.; 2960-2982 Leeward; 760 S. Westmoreland Ave. Mid-Wilshire Constructed by Allison & Allison in 1927; "...a notable work of eclectic architecture"
style="background-color:"|238 Granada Shoppes & Studios Building 3|38|N|118|16|57|W| name=238. Granada Shoppes and Studios

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Mid-City Complex of courtyard-connected structures built in 1927 combining office, studio, and living space under one roof
style="background:"|239 La Casa de las Campanas 350-354 N. June St. Built in 1928 by the Mead family; 37 rooms with a three-story clock tower housing four massive bells; designed by Lester Scherer; Spanish Colonial Revival architecture.
style="background-color:"|250 Ebell of Los Angeles Building 3|42|N|118|19|27|W| name=250. Ebell of Los Angeles

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Mid-City Women's club on Wilshire built in 1927; includes 1,270 theater where Judy Garland was discovered and where Amelia Earhart made her last public appearance
style="background:"|244 Residence at 1402 Malvern Avenue 1402 Malvern Ave.; 1866 W. 14th St.
style="background:"|267 Park Plaza Hotel 2400-2416 W. 6th St.; 603-607 Park View St. Westlake
style="background:"|268 La Fonda Restaurant Building 2501-2511 Wilshire Blvd. Westlake
style="background:"|272 Peet House 1139 S. Harvard Blvd.
style="background-color:"|275 Heinsbergen Decorating Company Building 4|35|N|118|21|3|W| name=275. Heinsbergen Decorating Company Building

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Mid-Wilshire Castle-like building occupied by mural-painting business of Anthony Heinsbergen for more than 50 years; built with bricks from the old Los Angeles City Hall
style="background:"|280 Chapman Park Studio Building 3501-3519 W. 6th St.
style="background:"|298 Crocker Bank Building 269-273 S. Western Ave.; 4359-4363 W. 3rd St.
style="background:"|309 El Royale Apartments 450 N. Rossmore Ave.
style="background:"|310 Fire Station No. 29 158 S. Western Ave. Wilshire Center Engine Company No. 29 was designed by architect J.J. Backus; completed 1913; two-story brick building of Italian Renaissance style
style="background-color:"|311 Los Altos Apartments 3|44|N|118|19|0|W| name=311. Los Altos Apartments

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Mid-City Construction of this elegant example of Spanish Revival style in a unique blend of Italianate influenced ornamentation began in 1925. It was designed by E.B. Rust.
style="background:"|326 McKinley Mansion 310-312 S. LaFayette Park Pl. Demolished: 06-01-1994
style="background:"|327 Thomas Potter Residence 1135-1141 S. Alvarado St. Pico-Union
style="background:"|328 August Winstel Residence 1147 S. Alvarado St. Pico-Union
style="background:"|332 Wilshire Tower 5500-5522 Wilshire Blvd.
style="background:"|333 Grieri-Musser House 403 S. Bonnie Brae St.
style="background-color:"|352 Los Angeles Nurses' Club 3|34|N|118|15|39|W| name=352. Los Angeles Nurses' Club

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Los Angeles Clubhouse and apartment building for nurses built in 1924 by nurses' club
style="background:"|386 Chapman Park Market Building 3451 W. 6th St. Mid Wilshire
style="background:"|403 Higgins-Verbeck-Hirsch Mansion 637 S. Lucerne Blvd.
style="background-color:"|415 Wilshire Branch Library 4|28|N|118|18|39|W| name=415. Wilshire Branch

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Mid-City Branch library; built in 1926
style="background:"|420 Milbank-McFie Estate 1130 Arlington Ave. & 3340 Country Club Dr.
style="background:"|423 Apartment Building at 607 Burnside Avenue 607 Burnside Ave.
style="background:"|424 Apartment Building at 626 Burnside Avenue 626 Burnside Ave.
style="background:"|425 Apartment Building at 636 Burnside Avenue 636 Burnside Ave.
style="background:"|426 Apartment Building at 654 Burnside Avenue 654 Burnside Ave.
style="background:"|427 Apartment Building at 364 Cloverdale Avenue 364 Cloverdale Ave.
style="background:"|428 Villa Cintra 430 Cloverdale Ave.
style="background:"|429 Apartment Building at 601 Cloverdale Avenue 601 Cloverdale Ave.
style="background:"|430 Cornell Apartments 603 Cochran Ave.
style="background:"|431 Residence at 1851 W. 11th Street 1851 W. 11th St. Pico-Union
style="background:"|432 Doria Apartments 100px 1600-1604 W. Pico Blvd. Pico-Union Apartment building at the heart of Pico-Union, on the corner of Pico Blvd. and Union Ave.
style="background:"|433 Alphonse J. Forget Residence 1047 S. Bonnie Brae St. Pico-Union
style="background:"|436 Howard-Nagin Residence 146 S. Fuller Ave.
style="background:"|438 Apartments at 445 S. Detroit Street 445 S. Detroit St.
style="background:"|439 Apartments at 450-460 S. Detroit Street 450-460 S. Detroit St.
style="background:"|444 Octavius W. Morgan Residence 179-181 S. Alta Vista Blvd.
style="background:"|451 Darkroom (Facade only) 5370 Wilshire Blvd.
style="background-color:"|452 Felipe de Neve Branch Library 3|46|N|118|16|14|W| name=452. De Neve, Felipe, Branch

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Mid-City Branch library; built in 1929; named after the Spanish governor of California who oversaw the founding of Los Angeles
style="background:"|454 Chouinard Institute of the Arts 2301 W. 8th St.; 737-747 Grand View St.
style="background:"|473 Apartment at 613 Ridgeley Drive 613 Ridgeley Dr.
style="background:"|491 Charles B. Booth Residence and Carriage House 824-826 S. Bonnie Brae St. Westlake
style="background:"|520 El Rey Theatre 5515-5519 Wilshire Blvd.
style="background:"|531 Wilshire Ward Chapel 1209 S. Manhattan Pl. Built in Art Deco - Modern style in 1929, serves as a meetinghouse for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons). Open Admission.
style="background:"|534 I. Magnin & Company Building 3240 Wilshire Blvd. & 650 New Hampshire Ave.
style="background:"|538 David J. Witmer Family Houses and Compound 1422 W. 2nd St. & 208-210½ Witmer St.
style="background:"|543 Farmers Market Gilmore Ln.; W. 3rd St. & W. Fairfax Ave. Fairfax
style="background-color:"|546 Westlake Theatre 634-642 S. Alvarado St. Westlake Movie theater built in 1926
style="background:"|552 Einar C. Petersen Studio Court 4350-4352½ Beverly Blvd.
style="background:"|555 Mother Trust Superet Center 2506-2522 W. 3rd St.
style="background:"|566 May Company Wilshire 6067 Wilshire Blvd.
style="background:"|568 Thomas A. Churchill Sr. Residence 215 S. Wilton Pl.
style="background-color:"|576 Sheraton Town House Hotel 3|44|N|118|17|5|W| name=576. Town House, The

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Mid-City
style="background:"|588 Janss Investment Company Uptown Branch Office Bldg. (Sokol Hall) 4761-4775 Maplewood Ave; 500-508 Western Ave.
style="background:"|618 McDonnell Residence Founder's Home: Urban Academy 601 N. Wilcox Ave. Hancock Park
style="background:"|619 Wolff-Fifield House 111 N. June St. This 1929 Tudor Revival style residence was the home of financier Ralph Wolff and Reverend James Fifield, pastor of the First Congregational Church.
style="background:"|628 Jack Doyle Residence 620 S. Irving Blvd. Mediterranean style residence for boxing promoter Jack Doyle; D.S. Haag designed in 1919.
style="background:"|636 C.A. Fellows Residence 1215 Westchester Pl.
style="background:"|639 Ruskin Art Club 800 S. Plymouth Blvd.
style="background:"|641 Brynmoor Apartments Neon Roof Sign 432-436 S. New Hampshire Ave.
style="background:"|642 Embassy Apartments Neon Roof Sign 702-708 S. Mariposa Ave.
style="background:"|643 Superba Apartments Incandescent Roof Sign 335 S. Berendo St.
style="background:"|646 Villa Serrano 930-940 S. Serrano Ave.
style="background:"|649 Cora B. Henderson House 132 S. Wilton Pl.
style="background:"|650 Mortensen House 103 S. Wilton Dr.
style="background:"|651 Filipino Christian Church 301 N. Union Ave. Westlake
style="background-color:"|653 Bryson Apartments 3|40|N|118|16|53|W| name=653. Bryson Apartment Hotel

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Mid-City Built in 1913, its rooftop sign and lions are Wilshire Blvd. landmarks; also closely associated with works of Raymond Chandler and film noir genre
style="background:"|660 Rosenheim Mansion 1120 S. Westchester Pl.
style="background:"|661 Rives Mansion 1130 S. Westchester Pl.
style="background:"|667 The Leader Building roof-top Neon Sign 344-346 N. Fairfax Ave.
style="background:"|677 Horatio Cogswell House 1244 S. Van Ness Ave.
style="background:"|684 Heart House 112 N. Harvard Blvd.
style="background:"|701 Burnside Manor 600 S. Burnside Ave.
style="background:"|706 First Congregational Church of Los Angeles 540 S. Commonwealth Ave. Designed by Allison & Allison, built of reinforced concrete in 1932. Church founded 1867, oldest Protestant congregation in L.A.[6]
style="background:"|707 Weber House 3923 W. 9th St.
style="background:"|719 E.A.K. Hackett House 1317 S. Westlake Ave. Pico-Union
style="background:"|727 Founder's Church of Religious Science -118.2937 name=727. Founder's Church of Religious Science

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style="background:"|743 Immanuel Presbyterian Church 3300 Wilshire Blvd.
style="background:"|756 Henry W. O'Melveny House 501 S. Plymouth
style="background:"|768 Ravenswood Apartments 570 N. Rossmore Ave. Art deco building built by Paramount Pictures in 1930s
style="background:"|777 Weaver Residence 4940 Melrose Ave.
style="background:"|790 Belmont Tunnel / Toluca Substation and Yard 1304 W. 2nd St. Westlake
style="background:"|792 B.H. Hiss House 215 S. Manhattan Pl. Wilshire Center
style="background:"|794 Carolyn Bumiller-Hickey House 1049 Elden Ave.
style="background:"|796 Jacobson Duplex 1200-1202 S. Highland Ave.
style="background:"|803 A.W. Black Residence 658 S. Bronson Ave.
style="background:"|804 Gless Apartments 357 S. Kenmore Ave.
style="background:"|805 J.A. Howsley House 221 S. Manhattan Pl.
style="background:"|809 Franklin T Briles Residence 151 N. Berendo St.
style="background:"|810 Edward J. Borgmeyer House 138 N. Manhattan Pl. Wilshire Center
style="background-color:"|813 Security-First National Bank 3|45|N|118|20|33|W| name=813. Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles

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Mid-City Former Art Deco-style bank branch; now occupied by LA City Beat
style="background:"|815 French Chateau Apartments 900 S. Hobart Ave.; 3348-3350 W. James M. Wood Blvd.
style="background-color:"|835 Petitfils-Boos Residence 3|51|N|118|19|19|W| name=835. Petitfils-Boos House

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Mid-City
style="background:"|847 Richardson Apartments 3919 W. 8th St.; 718 S. Gramercy Dr.
style="background:"|850 William J. Hubbard Residence 811 S. Norton Ave.
style="background:"|853 La Marquise 535 S. Gramercy Pl.
style="background:"|858 One Hundred Sycamore 100 N. Sycamore Ave.
style="background:"|861 Monsignor O'Brien House 130 N. Catalina Ave.
style="background:"|863 Los Tiempos-The Chandler Estate 455 S. Lorraine Blvd.
style="background:"|870 San Marino Villas 3390-3396 W. San Marino St. Wilshire Center The three-story luxury apartment was designed by architect H. Monroe Banfield in 1923, of [1]
style="background:"|875 Val D'Amour Apartments 854 S. Oxford Ave.
style="background:"|878 Arwyn Manor 3835 W. 8th St.; 749 S. Manhattan Pl.
style="background:"|923 Kennedy Solow House 6606 Maryland Dr.
style="background:"|925 Residence at 212 South Wilton Place 212 S. Wilton Pl.
style="background:"|928 Chateau Alpine 918-928½ S. Serrano Ave.
style="background:"|929 Oliver Flats 4|42.97|N|118|20|31.9|W| name=929. Oliver Flats

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style="background:"|934 Park Wilshire Building 2424 Wilshire Blvd. Built in 1923, designed by Clarence H. Russell and Norman W. Alpaugh.[7]
style="background:" |943 Heerman Estate 525 S. Van Ness Ave. Windsor Square Colonial Revival residence, 1908, notable 1919 alteration by Walker & Eisen.[8]
style="background:" |945 The Beverly Sycamore 4|35.32|N|118|20|32.75|W| name=945. The Beverly Sycamore

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Hancock Park Chateauesque-French Norman Revival style apartment building, 1928.[8]
style="background:" |954 Dunsmuir Flats 3|3.24|N|118|21|10.79|W| name=954. Dunsmuir Flats

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Wilshire Vista Heights International Style, 1938, by architect Gregory Ain.[9]
style="background:" |958 Bob Baker Marionette Theater 100x100px 1345 W. First St. Westlake
style="background:" |959 See's Candy Shop and Kitchen No. 1 4|27.26|N|118|18|32.98|W| name=959. See's Candy Shop and Kitchen No. 1

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Mid-Wilshire Italian Renaissance Revival style commercial building, 1921.[9]
style="background:" |960 Ashby Apartments 3|26.79|N|118|18|18.96|W| name=960. Ashby Apartments

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Mid-Wilshire Art Deco style by architect Max Maltzman, 1907.[10]
style="background:" |961 Marshall-Kline Residence 2037 S. Harvard Blvd. Mid-Wilshire Italian Renaissance Revival, 1907.[10]
style="background:" |962 Eckley-Mitchell Residence 2048 S. Oxford Blvd. Mid-Wilshire Craftsman style, 1907.[10]
style="background:" |963 Linda Scott Residence 2|58.88|N|118|18|16.06|W| name=963. Linda Scott Residence

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Mid-Wilshire Mediterranean style, 1907, designed by Frank Tyler for the first female deputy sheriff in the state of Arizona.[10]
style="background:" |969 Frank E. Hartigan Residence 3|6.53|N|118|18|46.57|W| name=969. Frank E. Hartigan Residence

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Mid-Wilshire American Craftsman house built in 1913.[11]
style="background:" |980 Frank C. Hill House 4|4.67|N|118|16|36.68|W| name=980. Frank C. Hill House

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Westlake Craftsman style, 1910, by Albert R. Walker and John C. Vawter.[12]

Non-HCM historic sites recognized by state and nation

style="background:" width=1% | Code[13] style="background:" width="18%" |Landmark name[2] class="unsortable" style="background:" width="11%" |Image style="background:" width="4%" |Date designated[2] style="background:" width="12%" |Locality[2] style="background:" width="12%" |Neighborhood class="unsortable" style="background:" width="41%" |Description[3]
1002 La Brea Tar Pits 5801 Wilshire Blvd. Miracle Mile SM#170
style="background:" | 2087-
2151
Wilton Historic District 4|16|N|118|18|47|W| name=2087-2151. Wilton Historic District

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Mid-City
style="background:" | 2157-
2175
Miracle Mile Historic District 5350-5511 Wilshire Blvd. Miracle Mile Properties include Hahn's Music Pianos and Organs, Wilshire Center Building, Tru-Line Litho, Loman Foods Mart, Flying Saucer Restaurant, Zachary All, Korean Cultural Services Building, Wilshire Beauty Supply, Ever-Ready Lighting Center, Dominguez-Wilshire Building, Jack La Lanne's European Health Spa, Post Office Building, and Brown's Wilshire Bakery
2176 Crocker Bank 1926-1930 Wilshire Blvd. Westlake
2182 McKinley Building 3747-3763 Wilshire Blvd. Wilshire Center
2183 Zephyr Club 5209 Wilshire Blvd. Miracle Mile
2184 Clem Wilson Building 5217-5231 Wilshire Blvd. Miracle Mile
2259 Ambassador Hotel 3400 Wilshire Blvd. Mid-Wilshire
style="background:" | 2305 Alvarado Terrace Historic District 2|42|N|118|16|50|W| name=2305. Alvarado Terrace Historic District

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Pico-Union Historic district southwest of downtown with well-preserved mansions built 1902-1907 overlooking park
style="background:" | 2312 South Bonnie Brae Tract Historic District 1851 W. 11th St.; 1032 and 1036 S. Bonnie Brae St. Pico Union Bonnie Brae Street houses shown.
style="background:" | 2313 South Serrano Avenue Historic District 400-457 S. Serrano Ave. (both sides of street)
2377 Melrose Hotel 5150-5174 Melrose Ave.
2396 Chapman Park Market Building 3451-3479 W. 6th St. Mid-Wilshire
2445 Royal Lake 2202-2220 W. 11th St. Pico-Union
2452 Marks Residence 1357-1359 Constance St.; 1709-1711 4th St.
2469 Korea Times 135-141 N. Vermont Ave.
2478 Willet Apartments 1426-1428¾ S. Bonnie Brae St. Pico-Union
2519 Royal Lake 2200-2220 W. 11th St. Pico-Union
2520 Burch Residence 1805 W. 12th Place Pico-Union
2521 B. Bodwell Residence 926-928 W. 17th St.
2533 Cook Residence 1025 S. Westlake Ave. Pico-Union
2534 Wilshire-Westlake Professional Building 2001-2015 Wilshire Blvd.; 639 S. Westlake Ave. Westlake
style="background-color:" | Edward Alexander Kelley Hackett House 2|43|N|118|16|51|W| name=Hackett, Edward Alexander Kelley, House

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Pico-Union Craftsman-style house built in 1923

See also

Lists of L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments

Other

References

External links

  • official Designated L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments (LAHCM) website — with 'ever-updated' LAHCM list via PDF link.
  • LAHCM Report for Wilshire — L.A. Planning Department.
  • LAHCM Report for Westlake
  • City of Los Angeles Map, with community districts. — via Given Place Media.
  • Big Orange Landmarks: "Exploring the Landmarks of Los Angeles, One Monument at a Time" — L.A.H.C.Monuments in Wilshire area. — online photos and in-depth history. — website curator: Floyd B. Bariscale.
  • Big Orange Landmarks: "Exploring the Landmarks of Los Angeles, One Monument at a Time" — L.A.H.C.Monuments in Westlake district.


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