Proposed HPOZs

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Hollywood Grove to Cultural Heritage Commission in March

We mentioned a short while back that Planning staff were studying the Hollywood Grove neighborhood to determine its eligibility for HPOZ status. Staff will be bringing the matter before the Cultural Heritage Commission on Thursday, March 3, 2011, with a recommendation to certify the draft Historic Resources Survey and move the matter along to the … Continue reading

Old Los Angeles Had a Farm

We have been working with folks in the Jefferson Park area to understand that neighborhood’s cultural and architectural importance in this vast city. You might have noticed that the public hearing for the neighborhood’s HPOZ hearing was announced here. Amidst the process we came to learn about a pretty remarkable property within the potential HPOZ: … Continue reading

New HPOZ in Jefferson Park

The City Planning Department has been studying the Jefferson Park neighborhood in order to determine its significance and potential designation as a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ). This built out neighborhood – an L-shaped area roughly bounded by Adams Boulevard to the north, Western Avenue¬†and Arlington Avenue to the east, Jefferson Boulevard and Exposition Boulevard … Continue reading

A Proposed HPOZ in Hollywood

Rows of charming Craftsman and Colonial Revival houses, deep front yards, streets lined with fanciful palms and robust shade trees, and views of the Hollywood Hills just a short distance away: these are just a few of the things that make the Hollywood Grove neighborhood a special place. Over the next few months the City … Continue reading