Eliot Lane is a one-block historic district with small-scale homes lining a narrow street that was originally called Eliot Court. The homes were all built in 1923 by a single builder, Boland & Smith, and represent an early subdivision of modest homes at a time of booming economic growth in the City. All the original construction remains in place today. Architecturally, the Mission Revival style predominates this area, with a sprinkle of Craftsman homes. The street has unusual visual unity and cohesion, providing a snapshot of Long Beach in the 1920s.
Between 3rd and Colorado Street
St. Joseph and Argonne Avenues in Belmont Heights
DOWNLOAD a Map of the Eliot Lane Historic District neighborhood.
DOWNLOAD the Eliot Lane Historic District Ordinance, adopted by the City Council on Sep. 9, 2003
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