This district is part of the Alamitos Beach Townsite, developed by John W. Bixby in 1886 and annexed to Long Beach in 1905. More than half the homes in this district are Craftsman Bungalows built from 1910 to 1923, but some of the neighborhood’s oldest homes are Victorian. Other historically significant architectural styles include Prairie, Mediterranean, Spanish Revival, Tudor Revival, and Neo-Traditional.
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East of Junipero Avenue (not including Carroll Park or Lowena Drive)
West of Redondo Avenue
South of 4th Street
North of Broadway
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