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Park La Brea represents something of a historical anomaly, having been built at a time when most visions of Los Angeles' development were dominated by low-rise tracts of single-family houses along freeway corridors.
As the towers are relatively isolated from the rest of the Miracle Mile — set far back from major thoroughfares in a nod to Le Corbusier, they developed a reputation as "the projects", since they are reminiscent of such notorious housing developments as Chicago's Robert Taylor Homes and New York's Queensbridge.
For both the new transplant in the city, and the longtime local who plainly just loves food, Six Taste’s walking tours hit up five or six different spots in one tour, focusing on the most edible and historical highlights of neighborhoods all over LA.
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Our pet friendly community also offers lush, tropical greenery, gated entrance, on site recycling and underground parking. (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. The reception staff is also very pleasant and they are always willing to help.
We re an oasis in the heart of West LA, near Hollywood, Wilshire, the Museum District, Miracle Mile and Beverly Hills. Get up to two weeks FREE when you move into select apartment homes by August 14th! The only two areas of improvement are the pet friendly policies which should be more strict and the noise level policies. For , participants could try their hand at making a quick love connection. The girls raced flat-track roller derby, but in December started the push to build a banked track, which is tilted inward toward the center, to host some of their bouts. Roller Girls hosted a speed-dating event at Suds Sports Grill in Huntington Beach on Saturday night to help pay for their banked track. Roller Girls was founded in 2006 and the sport now has more than than 170 women participating. The street layout was created in a masonic pattern as a reference to the masonic heritage of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, which built the complex toward the end of World War II and immediately thereafter.After a period of decline in the 1970s and 1980s, the complex was refurbished in the early 1990s.Another regularly gives tours there to Los Angeles-transferred professionals in need of living space.