|A high concentration of Craftsman bungalows, built for middle-class working families, remains intact today in this district. Secondary "contributing" structures are Spanish Colonial Revival and Victorian. |
Isaias W. Hellman, businessman, financier and real estate developer prominent in Los Angeles and Long Beach, is credited with developing this neighborhood. Hellman Street bears his name.
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- N. Of 9th St.
- Between Orange & Walnut Ave.
- Hellman St. (fr. Orange to Walnut) includ. Toledo Walk to alley
- Both sides of Orange Ave. fr. 730-937
- W. of Walnut Ave.
- Between Hellman & 9th
- Fr. 733-915 Hoffman Ave. (804-918)
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