This district is one of the City’s oldest and biggest neighborhoods. Characterized primarily by the intensive development of Craftsman Bungalow single-family residences between 1910 and 1922, the Rose Park Historic District is representative of old Long Beach during its rapid economic and population growth in the early 20th century. Uniform and cohesive by nature, Craftsman Bungalows are characterized by their horizontal orientation, medium- to low-pitched gable roofs, broad open porches framed by heavy piers, and wide windows with broad wooden framing. The area is also interspersed with Victorian homes built in 1905, Rancho and Neo-Traditional houses built in the 1930s and 1940s, as well as multi-family units constructed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style.
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East of St. Louis Avenue
Alley north of 7th Street
Coronado Avenue and 10th Street
DOWNLOAD a Map of the Rose Park Historic District neighborhood.
DOWNLOAD the Rose Park Historic District Ordinance , adopted by the City Council on Sep. 9, 1997.