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List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Hollywood

This is a list of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States. The list includes Hollywood, as well as Griffith Park and the communities of Los Feliz and Little Armenia. There are more than 148 Historic-Cultural Monuments (HCM) in this area. They are designated by the City's Cultural Heritage Commission.

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Historic-Cultural MonumentsEdit

HCM #[1] Landmark name[2] Image Date designated[2] Locality[2] Neighborhood Description[3]
12 Hollyhock House   April 1, 1963 4800 Hollywood Blvd.
34°06′00″N 118°17′40″W / 34.1000°N 118.2944°W / 34.1000; -118.2944 (12. Hollyhock House)
Little Armenia House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright as a residence for oil heiress Aline Barnsdall; built 1919–1921
20 Two Stone Gates   May 24, 1963 Westshire Dr. & Belden Beachwood Dr.
34°7′11″N 118°19′15″W / 34.11972°N 118.32083°W / 34.11972; -118.32083 (20. Two Stone Gates)
Hollywood Gates built by European stonemasons in the early 1920s marking the official entrance to the Hollywoodland subdivision
33 Barnsdall Arts Center (Residence "A")   February 26, 1965 4800 Hollywood Blvd.34°06′03″N 118°17′36″W / 34.1009°N 118.2934°W / 34.1009; -118.2934 (33. Barnsdall Arts Center) Little Armenia Ostensibly designed as a secondary residence to Hollyhock House, became the Arts and Crafts Building, then fell into disuse
34 Barnsdall Art Park   February 26, 1965 4800 Hollywood Blvd.34°06′00″N 118°17′38″W / 34.100°N 118.294°W / 34.100; -118.294 (34. Barnsdall Art Park) Little Armenia Art complex designed in 1920s for Aline Barnsdall, by Rudolph Schindler, Lloyd Wright, and Edward Farrell; including Hollyhock House by Frank Lloyd Wright
55 Grauman's Chinese Theatre   June 5, 1968 6925 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′05″N 118°20′27″W / 34.10139°N 118.34083°W / 34.10139; -118.34083 (55. Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
Hollywood Landmark theater on Hollywood Blvd.
58 A&M Record Studio (Original Charlie Chaplin Studio)   February 5, 1969 1416 N. La Brea Ave.
34°5′48″N 118°20′37″W / 34.09667°N 118.34361°W / 34.09667; -118.34361 (58. Charlie Chaplin Studios)
Hollywood Built in 1919, one of the first complete motion picture studios in Hollywood.
67 Cedar Trees   May 20, 1970 Los Feliz Blvd. Los Feliz Cedar trees planted in 1916 beautification effort; located between Riverside Dr. and Western Ave.
96 Storer House   February 23, 1972 8161 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′03″N 118°22′01″W / 34.10083°N 118.36694°W / 34.10083; -118.36694 (96. Storer House)
Sunset Hills Textile block house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (1923), with Lloyd Wright
111 The "Hollywood" Sign Atop Mount Lee   February 7, 1973 Atop Mt. Lee
34°8′02″N 118°19′17″W / 34.13389°N 118.32139°W / 34.13389; -118.32139 (111. Hollywood Sign)
Beachwood Canyon Erected in 1923 as advertising for "Hollywoodland" development; one of the most recognized symbols of Los Angeles
112 Tongva-Gabrieliño village site March 7, 1973 Fern Dell area of Griffith Park Griffith Park Site of Tongva-Gabrieliño Native American village (rediscovered by archeologists at Fern Dell Canyon mouth)
123 Lovell Health House   March 20, 1974 4616 Dundee Dr.
34°7′05″N 118°17′16″W / 34.11806°N 118.28778°W / 34.11806; -118.28778 (123. Lovell Health House)
Los Feliz Landmark steel-frame house designed by Richard Neutra in the International style in 1929
126 Franklin Avenue Bridge   April 17, 1974
34°6′20″N 118°16′46″W / 34.10556°N 118.27944°W / 34.10556; -118.27944 (126. Shakespeare Bridge)
Los Feliz Also known as Shakespeare Bridge
130 Samuel-Novarro House July 17, 1974 5609 Valley Oak Dr.
34°7′05″N 118°18′43″W / 34.11806°N 118.31194°W / 34.11806; -118.31194 (130. Samuel-Novarro House)
Hollywood Art Deco house designed by Lloyd Wright (1920s)
134 Crossroads of the World   December 4, 1974 6678-6684 Selma Ave.
34°5′53″N 118°20′08″W / 34.09806°N 118.33556°W / 34.09806; -118.33556 (134. Crossroads of the World)
Hollywood
136 Saint Mary of the Angels   December 4, 1974 4510 Finley Ave.
34°6′26″N 118°17′16″W / 34.10722°N 118.28778°W / 34.10722; -118.28778 (136. Saint Mary of the Angels)
Los Feliz Anglo-Catholic church built in 1930
149 Ennis-Brown House   March 3, 1976 2607 Glendower Ave.
34°6′58″N 118°17′34″W / 34.11611°N 118.29278°W / 34.11611; -118.29278 (149. Ennis-Brown House)
Los Feliz designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (1924), with Lloyd Wright
151 Chateau Marmont   March 24, 1976 8225 Marmont Ln.
34°5′53″N 118°22′07″W / 34.09806°N 118.36861°W / 34.09806; -118.36861 (151. Chateau Marmont)
Sunset Hills
162 William Mulholland Memorial Fountain   October 6, 1976 Los Feliz Blvd. & Riverside Dr.
34°6′58″N 118°16′18″W / 34.11611°N 118.27167°W / 34.11611; -118.27167 (162.[William Mulholland Memorial Fountain)
163 Site of First Walt Disney Studio October 6, 1976 2701-2739 Hyperion Ave.; 2710-2746 Griffith Park Blvd.; 3616-3618 Monon St.
34°6′27.39″N 118°16′20.4″W / 34.1076083°N 118.272333°W / 34.1076083; -118.272333 (163. Site of First Walt Disney Studio)
Los Feliz This HCM also includes the Animation School for the Walt Disney Studios from 1935 to 1940, across Hyperion Ave. See: List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Silver Lake, Angelino Heights, and Echo Park
165 Fire Station No. 27   October 20, 1976 1355 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
34°5′45″N 118°19′47″W / 34.09583°N 118.32972°W / 34.09583; -118.32972 (165. Fire Station No. 27)
Hollywood
168 Griffith Observatory   November 17, 1976 2500 E. Observatory Rd.
34°7′04″N 118°18′01″W / 34.11778°N 118.30028°W / 34.11778; -118.30028 (168. Griffith Observatory)
Griffith Park The John C. Austin and F. M. Ashley designed observatory gives access to the public for cosmic discoveries of astronomy and modern science. It is an example of the Art Deco design.
175 YWCA Hollywood Studio Club   May 4, 1977 1215-1233 Lodi Pl.
34°5′34″N 118°19′21″W / 34.09278°N 118.32250°W / 34.09278; -118.32250 (175. YWCA Hollywood Studio Club)
Hollywood Chaperoned dormitory for young women who wanted to become starlets
180 Old Warner Brothers Studio   September 21, 1977 5800-5858 Sunset Blvd.
34°5′51″N 118°19′2″W / 34.09750°N 118.31722°W / 34.09750; -118.31722 (180. Old Warner Brothers Studio)
Site of the Filming of First Talking Film
181 Obelisk Monument: Burial Place of James B. Lankershim (North End of St.) January 18, 1978 Nichols Canyon Rd.
34°6′54″N 118°21′36″W / 34.11500°N 118.36000°W / 34.11500; -118.36000 (181. Site of Burial Place of J. B. Lankershim)
192 Franklin Garden Apartments June 7, 1978 6915-6933 Franklin Ave. Hollywood Heights Demolished: 07-01-1978
193 Pantages Theater   July 5, 1978 6225-6249 Hollywood Blvd.
34°5′52″N 118°19′32″W / 34.09778°N 118.32556°W / 34.09778; -118.32556 (193. Pantages Theatre)
Hollywood
194 Hollywood Walk of Fame   July 5, 1978 Hollywood Blvd., between Gower & Sycamore Hollywood
198 KCET Studios   September 20, 1978 4391-4421 Sunset Blvd.
34°6′06″N 118°17′04″W / 34.10167°N 118.28444°W / 34.10167; -118.28444 (198. KCET Studios)
Hollywood
226 Masquers Club Building August 29, 1979 1765 N. Sycamore Ave.
34°6′11″N 118°20′37″W / 34.10306°N 118.34361°W / 34.10306; -118.34361 (226. Masquers Club Building)
Hollywood Former site of a social club for actors formed in 1925.
227 Janes House   April 3, 1980 6541 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′06″N 118°19′56″W / 34.10167°N 118.33222°W / 34.10167; -118.33222 (227. Janes House)
Hollywood Queen Anne/Dutch Colonial Revival cottage built in 1903 with shingled gables and fanciful turrets; site of "The Misses Janes School of Hollywood" starting in 1911
231 El Greco Apartments   April 9, 1981 817 N. Hayworth Ave.
34°5′09″N 118°21′46″W / 34.08583°N 118.36278°W / 34.08583; -118.36278 (231. El Greco Apartments)
Hollywood
233 Sunset Plaza Apartments October 9, 1980 1216-1220 Sunset Plaza Dr. Hollywood Demolished: 07-01-1987
234 Taft House November 3, 1980 7771-7791 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood Demolished: 06-01-1982
235 Bollman House   November 3, 1980 1530-1534 N. Ogden Dr.
34°5′56″N 118°21′32″W / 34.09889°N 118.35889°W / 34.09889; -118.35889 (235. Bollman House)
Hollywood 1922, Lloyd Wright
243 Garden Court Apartments   April 28, 1981 7021 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood Demolished: 1984
246 Residence at 1443 N. Martel Avenue November 25, 1981 1443 N. Martel Ave.
34°5′49″N 118°21′03″W / 34.09694°N 118.35083°W / 34.09694; -118.35083 (246. Residence at 1443 N. Martel Avenue)
Hollywood
247 Samuel Freeman House   November 25, 1981 1962 Glencoe Way
34°6′20″N 118°20′18″W / 34.10556°N 118.33833°W / 34.10556; -118.33833 (247. Samuel Freeman House)
Hollywood Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (1923), with Lloyd Wright
248 First United Methodist Church of Hollywood   December 4, 1981 6817 Franklin Ave.
34°6′15″N 118°20′19″W / 34.10417°N 118.33861°W / 34.10417; -118.33861 (248. First United Methodist Church of Hollywood)
Hollywood
260 Edwards House May 17, 1983 5642 Holly Oak Dr.
34°6′43″N 118°18′45″W / 34.11194°N 118.31250°W / 34.11194; -118.31250 (260. Edward's House)
Hollywood Designed by Gregory Ain (1936)[4]
277 Hollywood Masonic Temple   June 12, 1984 6840 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′04″N 118°20′24″W / 34.10111°N 118.34000°W / 34.10111; -118.34000 (277. Hollywood Masonic Temple)
Hollywood
285 C.E. Toberman Estate   October 3, 1984 1847 Camino Palmero
34°6′17″N 118°21′01″W / 34.10472°N 118.35028°W / 34.10472; -118.35028 (285. C.E. Toberman Estate)
Hollywood
291 Highland-Camrose Bungalow Village   April 23, 1985 2103 N. Highland Ave.
34°6′31″N 118°20′14″W / 34.10861°N 118.33722°W / 34.10861; -118.33722 (291. Highland-Camrose Bungalow Village)
Hollywood
301 Dorothy Arzner-Morgan Residence October 29, 1986 2249 Mountain Oak Dr. Landscape architects: Florence Yoch + Louise Council (1933)
303 John C. Fremont Branch Library   June 27, 1986 6121 Melrose Ave.
34°5′01″N 118°20′01″W / 34.08361°N 118.33361°W / 34.08361; -118.33361 (303. John C. Fremont Branch Library)
314 Cahuenga Branch Library   October 24, 1986 4591 Santa Monica Blvd.
34°5′27″N 118°17′20″W / 34.09083°N 118.28889°W / 34.09083; -118.28889 (314. Cahuenga Branch Library)
East Hollywood One of 6 libraries built with a grant from Andrew Carnegie (best and smallest); designed by architect Clarence H. Russell; completed in 1916; 1-story Italian Renaissance style.
315 Villa Carlotta   October 28, 1986 1913-1915 Tamarind Ave.; 5959 Franklin Ave.
34°6′19″N 118°19′10″W / 34.10528°N 118.31944°W / 34.10528; -118.31944 (315. Villa Carlotta)
Hollywood Luxury Apartment built in 1926 in a classic Colonial-style as a residence for Hollywood notables[5]
316 William Stromberg Clock   January 7, 1987 6439 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood The street clock is a landmark since 1927; associated with one of the street's oldest retailers.
325 Shulman House August 26, 1987 7875 Woodrow Wilson Dr.
34°7′23″N 118°22′04″W / 34.12306°N 118.36778°W / 34.12306; -118.36778 (325. Shulman House)
designed by Raphael Soriano (1950), for photographer Julius Shulman
329 Château Élysée   September 23, 1987 5930 Franklin Ave.
34°6′16″N 118°19′08″W / 34.10444°N 118.31889°W / 34.10444; -118.31889 (329. Château Élysée)
Now the Scientology Celebrity Centre
334 Security Trust and Savings Building   December 18, 1987 6381 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′06″N 118°19′45″W / 34.10167°N 118.32917°W / 34.10167; -118.32917 (334. Security Trust and Savings Building)
336 Hollywood Western Building   January 6, 1988 5500 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′06″N 118°18′34″W / 34.10167°N 118.30944°W / 34.10167; -118.30944 (336. Hollywood Western Building)
343 Avocado Trees January 22, 1988 4400 Avocado St. (entire block)
353 Monterey Apartments May 11, 1988 4600-4604 Los Fellz Blvd.
34°6′41″N 118°17′23″W / 34.11139°N 118.28972°W / 34.11139; -118.28972 (353. Monterey Apartments)
Los Feliz
382 Falcon Studios July 26, 1988 5524 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′4.37″N 118°18′37.81″W / 34.1012139°N 118.3105028°W / 34.1012139; -118.3105028 (382. Falcon Studios)
Rear studio building demolished 1988. Owner Ralph Faulkner taught fencing to early Hollywood stars Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Errol Flynn and Ronald Colman.[6] Preservation dispute in 1988.[7]
390 Jardinette Apartments   October 4, 1988 5128 Marathon St.
34°05′05″N 118°18′36″W / 34.0847°N 118.3100°W / 34.0847; -118.3100 (390. Jardinette Apartments)
Hollywood One of the first modernist buildings in the U.S.; designed by Richard Neutra, built 1928
397 Roman Gardens November 23, 1988 2000 N. Highland Ave.
34°6′24″N 118°20′13″W / 34.10667°N 118.33694°W / 34.10667; -118.33694 (397. Roman Gardens)
Hollywood
401 Feliz Adobe   November 30, 1988 4730 Crystal Springs Dr.
34°07′58″N 118°16′50″W / 34.1327°N 118.2805°W / 34.1327; -118.2805 (401. Feliz Adobe)
Griffith Park Original adobe of Rancho Los Feliz, heavily refurbished in the 1920s, now used by park staff
406 Magic Castle   January 17, 1989 7001 Franklin Ave.
34°6′16″N 118°20′30″W / 34.10444°N 118.34167°W / 34.10444; -118.34167 (406. Magic Castle)
Hollywood
421 Lake Hollywood Reservoir (including Mulholland Dam)   March 31, 1989 2460 Lake Hollywood Dr.
34°7′29″N 118°20′05″W / 34.12472°N 118.33472°W / 34.12472; -118.33472 (421. Lake Hollywood Reservoir)
435 Andalusia Apartments   May 16, 1989 1471 Havenhurst Dr.
34°5′49″N 118°22′04″W / 34.09694°N 118.36778°W / 34.09694; -118.36778 (435. Andalusia Apartments)
441 Dunning House (Los Angeles)   May 31, 1989 1606-1616 N. Saint Andrews Pl.; 5552 Carlton Way
34°06′01″N 118°18′40″W / 34.1002°N 118.3112°W / 34.1002; -118.3112 (441. Dunning House)
445 Courtney Desmond Estate June 20, 1989 1801-1811 Courtney Ave.
34°6′12″N 118°21′27″W / 34.10333°N 118.35750°W / 34.10333; -118.35750 (445. Courtney Desmond Estate)
448 Whitley Court   December 13, 1988 1720-1728 Whitley Ave.
34°06′09″N 118°19′59″W / 34.1024°N 118.3330°W / 34.1024; -118.3330 (448. Whitley Court)
Hollywood Cluster of Spanish Colonial bungalows built from 1903 to 1919 just north of Hollywood Boulevard
453 Artisan's Patio Complex October 17, 1989 6727-6733 Hollywood Blvd.
462 Hollywood American Legion Post#43   November 3, 1989 2035 N. Highland Ave.
34°06′28″N 118°20′16″W / 34.1077°N 118.3378°W / 34.1077; -118.3378 (462. Hollywood American Legion Post #43)
Hollywood Neo-Egyptian Legion hall built in 1928, with an interesting history.[8]
463 Afton Arms Apartments   November 3, 1989 6141 Afton Pl.
34°5′44″N 118°19′25″W / 34.09556°N 118.32361°W / 34.09556; -118.32361 (463. Afton Arms Apartments)
Hollywood
474 Little Nugget January 26, 1990 5200 Zoo Dr.
34°9′15″N 118°18′28″W / 34.15417°N 118.30778°W / 34.15417; -118.30778 (474. Little Nugget)
Griffith Park Dormitory-club lounge rail car built 1937; located at Travel Town in Griffith Park
475 Highland Towers Apartments   October 16, 1990 1920-1928 N. Highland Ave.34°06′21″N 118°20′14″W / 34.1058°N 118.3372°W / 34.1058; -118.3372 (475. Highland Towers Apartments)
495 El Capitan Theater Building   June 12, 1990 6834-6838 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
508 Gilmore Gasoline Service Station   March 23, 1992 6800 Willoughby Ave. & 853-859 N. Highland Ave.
34°05′13″N 118°20′20″W / 34.0869°N 118.3389°W / 34.0869; -118.3389 (508. Gilmore Gasoline Service Station)
Designed by R.J. Kadow in 1935
521 Taggart House March 15, 1991 2150-2158 Live Oak Dr. & 5423 Black Oak Dr. design (for mother-in-law) by Lloyd Wright (1920s)
527 Residence at 1437 N. Martel Ave. April 2, 1991 1437 N. Martel Ave.
34°5′49″N 118°21′02″W / 34.09694°N 118.35056°W / 34.09694; -118.35056 (527. Residence at 1437 N. Martel Ave.)
535 Hollywoodland's Historic Granite Retaining Walls and Stairs June 11, 1991 Hollywoodland
545 Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and Pool   August 13, 1991 7000 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′04″N 118°20′30″W / 34.10111°N 118.34167°W / 34.10111; -118.34167 (545. Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel)
553 Midtown School   November 12, 1991 4155 Russel Ave.
34°06′18″N 118°16′46″W / 34.1050°N 118.2794°W / 34.1050; -118.2794 (553. Midtown School)
School buildings designed by John Lautner, built in 1960.
559 Thirteenth Church of Christ Scientist   April 21, 1992 1748-1780 N. Edgemont St
34°06′13″N 118°17′45″W / 34.1035°N 118.2957°W / 34.1035; -118.2957 (559. Thirteenth Church of Christ Scientist)
563 Headley-Handley House July 14, 1992 3003 Runyon Canyon Road Hollywood Designed by Lloyd Wright (1945), two-story pyramidal shingle roof with low fieldstone walls (remodeled in 1966)
567 Little Country Church of Hollywood October 2, 1992 1750 N. Argyle Ave. & 6151-61 Carlos Ave. Destroyed by fire in 2007
572 Hollywood Pacific Theatre   February 9, 1993 6423 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′07″N 118°19′50″W / 34.10194°N 118.33056°W / 34.10194; -118.33056 (572. Warner Brothers Hollywood Theater)
Hollywood Also known as the Warner Brothers Theatre, or Warner Cinerama
579 Wattles Park (Mansion and Gardens)   May 25, 1993 1701-1755 Sierra Bonita/7561 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′07″N 118°21′14″W / 34.10194°N 118.35389°W / 34.10194; -118.35389 (579. Wattles Park)
Hollywood
584 Egyptian Theater and Forecourt Storefronts   September 21, 1993 1650-1654 McCadden Pl.; 6706-6712 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′03″N 118°20′11″W / 34.10083°N 118.33639°W / 34.10083; -118.33639 (584. Egyptian Theater)
Hollywood
592 Philosophical Research Society   March 3, 1994 3341-3351 Griffith Pk/3910-3918 Los Feliz
34°06′47″N 118°16′39″W / 34.1131°N 118.2775°W / 34.1131; -118.2775 (592. Philosophical Research Society)
Los Feliz Pre-Columbian style building designed for writer Manly Palmer Hall, founder of the society; Robert Stacy-Judd was principal architect.
593 Max Factor Make-Up Salon   April 26, 1994 1660 N. Highland Ave.
34°6′4″N 118°20′18″W / 34.10111°N 118.33833°W / 34.10111; -118.33833 (593. Max Factor Make-up Salon)
Hollywood
597 Raymond Chandler Square August 5, 1994 Cahuenga Ave. & Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
603 Villa Vallambrosa September 27, 1994 2074 Watsonia Terrace
604 Hollywood School for Girls (Women's Club of Hollywood) November 1, 1994 1741-1751 N. La Brea Ave.
616 The Trianon and Neon Roof Sign   June 23, 1995 1750-1754 N. Serrano Ave. Hollywood Architect Leland Bryant designed the six-story apartment building and neon roof sign in 1928; French-Norman style, with a round, conical-roofed tower, a steep, hipped slate roof, and dormers with narrow windows.
617 Hollywood Pilgrimage Memorial Monument   July 25, 1995 2580 Cahuenga Blvd.
34°06′48″N 118°20′02″W / 34.113374°N 118.333966°W / 34.113374; -118.333966 (617. Hollywood Cross)
Hollywood Erected in 1923 to the memory of Christine Wetherill Stevenson, a founder of the Hollywood Bowl and John Anson Ford Amphitheatre; steel cross is 32 feet high.
630 Pierson Residence November 13, 1996 3124 Belden Dr. Pierpont Davis, Architect.
648 Withers Residence December 9, 1997 2731 Woodshire Dr.
657 Los Feliz Heights Steps October 14, 1998 Cromwell Ave. & Bonvue Ave. Los Feliz
659 Pacific Cinerama Dome Theatre and Marquee   December 18, 1998 6360 Sunset Blvd.
34°5′51″N 118°19′41″W / 34.09750°N 118.32806°W / 34.09750; -118.32806 (659. Cinerama Dome)
Hollywood
664 Broadway Department Store and Neon Sign   September 29, 1999 6300 W. Hollywood Blvd.
34°06′05″N 118°19′37″W / 34.1014324°N 118.3270755°W / 34.1014324; -118.3270755 (664. Broadway Hollywood Building)
Hollywood
665 Hollywood Plaza Hotel and Neon Sign   September 29, 1999 1633 Vine St.
34°06′03″N 118°19′37″W / 34.1009°N 118.3269°W / 34.1009; -118.3269 (665. Hollywood Plaza Hotel)
Hollywood Designed by Walker & Eisen (1924) in Renaissance Revival style
666 Taft Building and Neon Sign   September 29, 1999 6280 W. Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′5″N 118°19′35″W / 34.10139°N 118.32639°W / 34.10139; -118.32639 (666. Taft Building and Neon Sign)
Hollywood
668 Hillside House by Carl Maston September 29, 1999 8707 St. Ives Dr.
670 Stahl House / Case Study House #22   November 9, 1999 1635 Woods Dr. designed by Pierre Koenig (1960)
673 The Outpost 11 November 17, 1999 1851 Outpost Dr.
674 Jacobson House February 25, 2000 4520 Dundee Dr. Los Feliz Edward H. Fickett, FAIA, architect (1965)
675 Villa Elaine   February 25, 2000 1241-1249 N. Vine St.
681 S.H. Woodruff Residence June 14, 2000 3185 N. Durand Dr.
34°7′38″N 118°19′26″W / 34.12722°N 118.32389°W / 34.12722; -118.32389 (681. S.H. Woodruff Residence)
687 Tornborg House   October 24, 2000 1918 N. Tamarind Ave.
34°6′21″N 118°19′08″W / 34.10583°N 118.31889°W / 34.10583; -118.31889 (687. Tornborg House)
689 Philip Chandler House February 6, 2001 2531 N. Catalina St.
34°6′54″N 118°17′51″W / 34.11500°N 118.29750°W / 34.11500; -118.29750 (689. Philip Chandler House)
690 Elliot House February 6, 2001 4237 Newdale Dr.
34°6′22″N 118°16′55″W / 34.10611°N 118.28194°W / 34.10611; -118.28194 (690. Elliot House)
designed by Rudolph Schindler (1930)
702 Hewitt Residence   July 31, 2001 1543 N. Curson Ave.
34°5′57″N 118°21′19″W / 34.09917°N 118.35528°W / 34.09917; -118.35528 (702. Hewitt Residence)
Japanese Craftsman style bungalow
714 Don Carlos Apartments   April 24, 2002 5226 Hollywood Blvd.
715 Lehman House May 15, 2002 2720 Belden Dr.
733 The Garrick October 23, 2002 539 N. Sycamore Ave.
755 Vista Del Mar Steps June 3, 2003 Vista Del Mar Ave. & Holly Mount Dr.
762 Sowden House   August 13, 2003 5121 Franklin Ave.
34°6′20″N 118°18′04″W / 34.10556°N 118.30111°W / 34.10556; -118.30111 (762. Sowden House)
Los Feliz designed by Lloyd Wright (1920s)
769 Toberman House   October 29, 2003 1749 Harvard Blvd.
34°06′12″N 118°18′19″W / 34.1032°N 118.3053°W / 34.1032; -118.3053 (769. Toberman House)
Hollywood Residence built c. 1907 for former mayor James R. Toberman
773 El Cabrillo Apartments   December 16, 2003 1832-1850 Grace Ave.
34°6′18″N 118°19′54″W / 34.10500°N 118.33167°W / 34.10500; -118.33167 (773. El Cabrillo Apartments)
775 El Cadiz Apartments April 27, 2004 1721 N. Sycamore Ave.
783 Covert Cottages Bungalow Court March 24, 2004 938-944​12 N. Martel Ave.
784 Paul Lauritz House August 10, 2004 3955 Clayton Ave.
785 Chemosphere House   August 10, 2004 7776 Torreyson Dr.
34°7′39″N 118°22′07″W / 34.12750°N 118.36861°W / 34.12750; -118.36861 (785. Chemosphere House)
Hollywood Hills West House designed by John Lautner as a residence for Leonard Malin, 1960
799 Chateau Des Fleurs   May 18, 2005 6626 Franklin Ave.
34°06′18″N 118°20′03″W / 34.1050°N 118.3343°W / 34.1050; -118.3343 (799. Chateau Des Fleurs)
1927 apartment building designed by Meyer-Radon Brothers in French Revival (Norman) style.[9]
801 The Courtyard Apartments June 1, 2005 1570 LaBaig Ave.
812 Wirin House July 8, 2005 2622 Glendower Ave.
816 Nirvana Apartments July 13, 2005 1775-1781 N. Orange Dr.
817 La Leyenda Apartments   July 13, 2005 1735-1737 N. Whitley Ave.34°06′10″N 118°20′01″W / 34.1028°N 118.3336°W / 34.1028; -118.3336 (817. La Leyenda Apartments)
821 Las Orchidas September 14, 2005 1903 N. Orchid Ave.
34°6′17″N 118°20′24″W / 34.10472°N 118.34000°W / 34.10472; -118.34000 (821. Las Orchidas)
822 Hellman House September 14, 2005 1845 N. Courtney Ave.
34°6′14″N 118°21′31″W / 34.10389°N 118.35861°W / 34.10389; -118.35861 (822. Hellman House)
832 Casa Laguna   January 25, 2006 1885-1883 S. Kingsley Dr.; 5200 W. Franklin Ave.
34°06′19″N 118°18′14″W / 34.1052°N 118.3039°W / 34.1052; -118.3039 (. Casa Laguna)
Los Feliz 1928 courtyard apartments[10]
833 Grier House January 25, 2006 2690 Hollyridge Dr.
840 Ansalem A. Ernst House March 17, 2006 5670 Holly Oak Dr. Designed by Gregory Ain (1937)[11]
842 Ojai Apartments   May 10, 2006 1929-1933 N. Whitley Ave.
34°6′22″N 118°20′00″W / 34.10611°N 118.33333°W / 34.10611; -118.33333 (842. Ojai Apartments)
1928 Mediterranean Revival building designed by Frank H. Webster[12]
843 Los Feliz Brown Derby   May 19, 2006 4500 W. Los Feliz Blvd.
34°6′41″N 118°17′15″W / 34.11139°N 118.28750°W / 34.11139; -118.28750 (843. Los Feliz Brown Derby)
Los Feliz
846 B.A.G. Fuller House August 16, 2007 6887 West Alta Loma Terrace
34°6′36″N 118°20′18″W / 34.11000°N 118.33833°W / 34.11000; -118.33833 (846. B.A.G. Fuller House)
Hollywood
852 Wolff Residence September 27, 2006 8530 W. Hedges Pl.
34°5′47″N 118°22′41″W / 34.09639°N 118.37806°W / 34.09639; -118.37806 (852. Wolff Residence)
Sunset Hills designed by John Lautner
857 Capitol Records Tower and Rooftop Sign   November 15, 2006 1740-1750 N. Vine St.; 6236 W. Yucca St.
34°6′11″N 118°19′34″W / 34.10306°N 118.32611°W / 34.10306; -118.32611 (857. Capitol Tower)
Hollywood designed by Welton Beckett (1956); world's first circular office building
859 Orchard Gabels Cottage February 6, 2007 6516 W. Fountain Ave.; 1277 North Wilcox Ave. Hollywood
867 Mayfair Apartments and Rooftop Neon Sign   April 27, 2007 1760 N. Wilcox Ave.
34°06′13″N 118°19′51″W / 34.1035°N 118.3309°W / 34.1035; -118.3309 (867. Mayfair Apartments)
Hollywood Early multi-family building in Hollywood; 4-story Romanesque/Renaissance Revival style apartment was designed by William Allen in 1925.
874 Garber House June 5, 2007 6060 Scenic Ave.
34°6′36″N 118°19′18″W / 34.11000°N 118.32167°W / 34.11000; -118.32167 (874. Garber House)
Hollywood
876 Hollywood Professional Building   June 5, 2007 7046 Hollywood Blvd.
34°6′05″N 118°20′34″W / 34.10139°N 118.34278°W / 34.10139; -118.34278 (876. Hollywood Professional Building)
Hollywood Built in 1925, former home to Ronald Reagan's office as president of the Screen Actor's Guild.
882 The Fontenoy   July 25, 2007 1811 North Whitley Ave.
34°6′12″N 118°20′00″W / 34.10333°N 118.33333°W / 34.10333; -118.33333 (882. The Fontenoy)
Hollywood 1929 Chateauesque apartment building designed by Leland A. Bryant.[13]
896 Harpel House#1 December 5, 2007 7764 W. Torreyson Dr.
34°7′40″N 118°22′03″W / 34.12778°N 118.36750°W / 34.12778; -118.36750 (896. Harpel House #1)
Hollywood House designed for radio announcer Willis "Bill" Harpel by noted modern architect, John Lautner; foundations of concrete caissons which continue as columns for the roof frame.
912 Bukowski Court February 26, 2008 5124 W. DeLongpre Ave.
34°5′47″N 118°18′05″W / 34.09639°N 118.30139°W / 34.09639; -118.30139 (912. Bukowski Court)
Hollywood
913 Blackburn Residence   April 8, 2008 4791 Cromwell Ave.
34°6′45″N 118°17′39″W / 34.11250°N 118.29417°W / 34.11250; -118.29417 (913. Blackburn Residence)
Los Feliz 1927, Paul R. Williams
915 Victor Rossetti Residence   April 8, 2008 2188 North Ponet Dr.
34°6′36″N 118°18′31″W / 34.11000°N 118.30861°W / 34.11000; -118.30861 (915. Victor Rossetti Residence)
Hollywood 1928, Paul R. Williams
916 Petitfils Residence April 8, 2008 4519 West Cockerham Dr.
34°6′52″N 118°17′27″W / 34.11444°N 118.29083°W / 34.11444; -118.29083 (916. Petitfils Residence)
Hollywood
921 Yamashiro Restaurant   June 11, 2008 1999 Sycamore Ave.
34°6′21″N 118°20′31″W / 34.10583°N 118.34194°W / 34.10583; -118.34194 (921. Yamashiro)
Hollywood Heights To house their priceless collection of Asian treasures, the Bernheimer brothers built this hilltop mansion 250 feet above Hollywood Boulevard in 1914. Now a restaurant.
940 North Vermont Avenue Moreton Bay Fig Trees January 14, 2009 N. Vermont Ave. between Los Feliz Blvd. and Aberdeen Ave.
34°6′48.77″N 118°17′26.51″W / 34.1135472°N 118.2906972°W / 34.1135472; -118.2906972 (940. North Vermont Avenue Moreton Bay Fig Trees)
Los Feliz Thirty-nine Moreton Bay Figs, planted about 1913, landscape architect Wilbur Cook.[14]
942 Griffith Park   January 27, 2009 34°8′3.39″N 118°17′54.87″W / 34.1342750°N 118.2985750°W / 34.1342750; -118.2985750 (942. Griffith Park) Los Feliz "Donated... in 1896 by Griffith J. Griffith... one of the largest urban parks in the nation [at 4,128 acres (16.71 km2)]... With more than thirty distinct historically significant features, the park is recognized for its 'wilderness' area, designed landscape, and built environment."[14]
947 CBS Columbia Square Studios   March 10, 2009 6121 Sunset Blvd.
34°5′52.99″N 118°19′21.49″W / 34.0980528°N 118.3226361°W / 34.0980528; -118.3226361 (947. CBS Columbia Square Studios)
Hollywood International style, 1938, designed by William Lescaze.[14]
956 Villa Bonita   May 20, 2009 1817 N. Hillcrest Rd.
34°6′16.88″N 118°20′22.59″W / 34.1046889°N 118.3396083°W / 34.1046889; -118.3396083 (956. Villa Bonita)
Seven-story apartment constructed in 1929.[15]
1098 Lookout Mountain Air Force Station   February 12, 2015 8935 Wonderland Avenue
34°06′32″N 118°23′19″W / 34.108810°N 118.388588°W / 34.108810; -118.388588 (1098. Lookout Mountain Air Force Station)
Hollywood Former USAF installation producing film media for the United States Department of Defense and the Atomic Energy Commission from 1947-1969
1136 Earl Carroll Theater   December 7, 2016 6230 Sunset Blvd.
34°05′52″N 118°19′31″W / 34.097851°N 118.325321°W / 34.097851; -118.325321 (55. Earl Carroll Theater)
Hollywood Landmark theater on Sunset Blvd.

Non-HCM historic sites recognized by state and/or nationEdit

Code[16] Landmark name[2] Image Date designated[2] Locality[2] Neighborhood Description[3]
1004
(CHL 554)
Cecil B. De Mille Studio Barn (Paramount Studios) 2112 N. Las Palmas Ave.
34°6′30″N 118°20′10″W / 34.10833°N 118.33611°W / 34.10833; -118.33611 (1004. Cecil B. De Mille Studio Barn)
Hollywood
1030 Hollywood Palladium   6201 W. Sunset Blvd.
34°5′53″N 118°19′27″W / 34.09806°N 118.32417°W / 34.09806; -118.32417 (1030. Hollywood Palladium)
Hollywood
2178 Hollywood Bowl   2301 N. Highland Ave.
34°6′45″N 118°20′19″W / 34.11250°N 118.33861°W / 34.11250; -118.33861 (2178. Hollywood Bowl)
Hollywood designs by Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry
2196 Whitley Heights Historic District   August 19, 1982 Roughly bounded by Franklin, Highland, Cahuenga, and Fairfield Aves.
34°6′27″N 118°20′3″W / 34.10750°N 118.33417°W / 34.10750; -118.33417 (2196. Whitley Heights Historic District)
Whitley Heights Developed in 1920s in hills above Hollywood; once home to celebrities including Rudolph Valentino, Jean Harlow, Charlie Chaplin, Bette Davis, W.C. Fields and Gloria Swanson
2246 Arthur Murray Studio 7024 Hollywood Blvd.
2258 Montecito Apartments   July 18, 1985 6650 Franklin Ave.
34°6′18″N 118°20′3″W / 34.10500°N 118.33417°W / 34.10500; -118.33417 (2258. Montecito Apartments)
Hollywood Art Deco apartment building home to Hollywood celebrities, including James Cagney, Mickey Rooney, Montgomery Clift and Ronald Reagan; later converted to low-income housing for senior citizens
2303 U.S. Post Office – Hollywood Station   January 11, 1985 1615 N. Wilcox Ave.
34°6′0″N 118°19′50″W / 34.10000°N 118.33056°W / 34.10000; -118.33056 (2303. US Post Office--Hollywood Station)
Hollywood WPA commissioned art deco Post Office Building; designed by Claud Beelman in 1937; dead letter repository for love letters to such Hollywood luminaries as Clark Gable, Judy Garland, and others
2308 Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District   April 4, 1985 6200-7000 Hollywood Blvd., N. Vine St., N. Highland Ave. and N. Ivar St.
34°6′5″N 118°20′2″W / 34.10139°N 118.33389°W / 34.10139; -118.33389 (2308. Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District)
Hollywood Landmarks include: Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood Wax Museum, Pantages Theatre and the Capitol Records Tower
2382 La Belle Tour   January 22, 1988 6200 Franklin Ave.
34°6′19″N 118°19′24″W / 34.10528°N 118.32333°W / 34.10528; -118.32333 (2382. La Belle Tour)
Hollywood Apartment building in Hollywood; known for many years as "Hollywood Tower"
2444 Precision Auto Repair 5618-5630 Hollywood Blvd.
2453 Franklin Townhouses 1852 Gramercy Pl. & 5620-5640 Franklin Ave.
2462 Toberman Storage Company (Bekins Van and Storage)   1025 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood
2463 Residence at 637-657 N. Highland Avenue 637-657 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood
2464 Hollywood YMCA 1541-1553 N. Hudson Ave.; 6550-6600 Selma Ave. Hollywood
2465 I. Magnin & Company (Platos Retreat West) 1560-1660 N. Ivar Ave.; 6336-6340 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
2466 Atkinson-Farnum-Swain Residence 2003 N. La Brea Terrace Hollywood Built by Dustin Farnum; home of Mark Hellinger; longtime home of Gail Patrick; purchased in 1986 by Taylor Hackford and Helen Mirren[17][18]
2467 Trianon Apartments   1750-1754 N. Serrano Ave.; 5357 Loma Linda Ave. Hollywood
2470 Nicholas Priester Building 1103-1109 Vermont Ave.; 4701 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood
2471 Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center   1300-1322 N. Vermont Ave.; 4557-4617 Fountain
34°5′47″N 118°17′28″W / 34.09639°N 118.29111°W / 34.09639; -118.29111 (2471. Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center)
Hollywood
2703 St. Andrews Bungalow Court   1514-1544 N. St. Andrews Pl. Hollywood
2707 Hollywood Forever Cemetery   6000 Santa Monica Blvd.
34°5′20″N 118°19′09″W / 34.08889°N 118.31917°W / 34.08889; -118.31917 (2707. Hollywood Forever Cemetery)
Hollywood 'celebrity cemetery'

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Numbers in 1-999 series are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments; CHL numbers are state-designated California Historical Landmark sites; 2000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for federally designated sites. Blue colors represent higher designations as National Historic Landmarks and/or listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments without a higher designation. No color represents information is unavailable or the monument has been delisted. To resort on this column, refresh your browser.
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM) List, City Declared Monuments" (PDF). Los Angeles Department of City Planning, Office of Historic Resources. April 3, 2018. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Various sources cited in articles, retrieved on various dates.
  4. ^ Denzer, Anthony (2008). Gregory Ain: The Modern Home as Social Commentary. New York: Rizzoli Publications. ISBN 0-8478-3062-4. OCLC 232365832.
  5. ^ Vincent, Roger (August 14, 2014) "Old Hollywood landmark Villa Carlotta apartments sold" Los Angeles Times
  6. ^ Evangelista, Nick (May 1995). The Encyclopedia of the Sword. ISBN 978-0-313-27896-9. Retrieved 2010-07-25.
  7. ^ "In the News: Falcon Studios". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2015-07-13.
  8. ^ Harnisch, Larry (May 6, 2013). "The Hollywood American Legion: The House That Boxing Built". The Daily Mirror. Retrieved 2015-07-13.
  9. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2015-07-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2015-07-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  11. ^ Denzer, Anthony (2008). Gregory Ain: The Modern Home as Social Commentary. New York: Rizzoli Publications. ISBN 0-8478-3062-4. OCLC 232365832.
  12. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2015-07-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  13. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2015-07-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  14. ^ a b c Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, April 2009.
  15. ^ Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, July 2009.
  16. ^ Numbers in 1000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for state-designated sites; 2000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for federally designated sites. Blue colors represent higher designations as National Historic Landmarks and/or listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments without a higher designation. No color represents information is unavailable or the monument has been delisted. To resort on this column, refresh your browser.
  17. ^ Barragan, Bianca (July 18, 2014). "Rent Helen Mirren's Lushly-Landscaped Hills Villa for $35k". Curbed Los Angeles. Retrieved 2015-06-28.
  18. ^ Leitereg, Neal J. (July 17, 2014). "Helen Mirren's Hollywood rental has a star past of its own". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2015-06-28.

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