Park La Brea
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Park La Brea is a sprawling apartment complex in the Miracle Mile District of Los Angeles, California. With 4,255 units located in 18 13-story towers and 31 2-story "garden apartment buildings", it is the largest housing development in the U.S. west of the Mississippi River. It sits on 160 acres of land with numerous lawns.
- also known as Park La Brea, Los Angeles, California; Park La Brea, Los Angeles
- neighborhood of Los Angeles, Greater Los Angeles Area
- official website: www.parklabrea.com
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Los Angeles Residents' Guide (2008)
by Explorer Publishing
The massive Park La Brea is an apartment community with over 4,000 art deco rentals in high rise and garden-style buildings. A one-bedroom ...
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- Park La Brea
Photo credit: michaelkmak
- Park La Brea and Baldwin Hills
An extremely crisp, smog-free day in Los Angeles after two consecutive nights of heavy rain.
Looking south from Mulholland Drive. Just beyond the hills are the Miracle Mile, a portion of Wilshire Boulevard developed for car-based shoppers in the 1930s. Clustering around Miracle Mile are the apartment buildings that make up Park La Brea; it was built in the 1960s, and its sister property is San Francisco's Park Merced with identical buildings.
Further in the distance, Baldwin Hills, known for its oil fields and affluent African-American neighborhoods, is visible. Further away are Los Angeles Airport, Palos Verdes Peninsula, and even Catalina Island, all clearly visible.
Photo credit: InSapphoWeTrust
- Park La Brea meets West Austin
Photo credit: rutlo
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