Hellman Street Craftsman
Historic Preservation      

   
Hellman Street Craftsman HELLMAN STREET CRAFTSMAN
Historic District
 
   
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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