This is the City’s largest historic district. With nearly 1,500 homes, this area is a typical neighborhood that was developed following the City’s economic boom in the 1920s. Single-family homes in the Spanish Colonial Revival style predominate these streets, interspersed with other period revival styles such as Tudor Revival, Norman Revival as well as Neo-Traditional. Some homes, mostly California Bungalows, were moved into the area from other neighborhoods such as Signal Hill. The streetscape contributes to the district’s historical significance as well, with vintage street lights and large, mature trees.
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