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Explore These Historical Attractions in Los Angeles

June 16, 2022

Check Out These Historical Sites in Los Angeles

At first glance, Los Angeles is known for its bustling entertainment scene. Along with being home to Hollywood, it also features a wealth of history that can be explored at local landmarks. 

Los Feliz Village, a stunning community near Atwater Village, is the perfect jumping off point for experiencing the area’s vibrant history just minutes from home. Here are a few landmarks to check out near our Los Angeles apartments.

Bullocks Wilshire Building

The Bullocks Wilshire Building, constructed in the 1930s, is an Art Deco masterpiece at the heart of Los Angeles’ Wilshire Center area. The edifice, which the Southwestern Law School now occupies, was once Bullock’s department store’s exclusive specialty shop. You can learn about the building’s rich history by exploring its interior and exterior.

Fine Arts Building

The Fine Arts Building is a historical monument located at 811 W. 7th Street in Downtown Los Angeles. In 1974, it was designated a historic-cultural landmark as the Global Marine House. If you stroll on the opposite side of the street and glance up and down the sidewalk, you may pass right by this hidden treasure without ever noticing. Fun fact, the film 500 Days of Summer featured the place where the protagonist, an ambitious architect, regards it as his favorite landmark.

Dawooljung – A Harmonious Gathering Place

Dawooljung – A Harmonious Gathering Place is located in Koreatown, Los Angeles. In fact, craftsmen from South Korea built this traditional Korean gazebo. Upswept tiles cover the open-air pavilion, which is made of wood and colored in traditional green, rust, and red colors. It is a good place for you to learn about the rich Korean history in Los Angeles. For more information about Los Feliz Village and our other apartments in Los Angeles, don’t hesitate to contact us today.

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