List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in the Wilshire and Westlake areas
This is a list of the Historic-Cultural Monuments in the Wilshire, Westlake and nearby areas of Los Angeles, California. There are more than 142 Historic-Cultural Monuments (HCM) in these areas. The sites have been designated by the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission as worthy of preservation based on architectural, historic and cultural criteria.
|HCM # ||Landmark name ||Image||Date designated ||Locality ||Neighborhood||Description |
|39||Lewis House ||June 15, 1966||1425 Miramar St.
||Westlake||Queen Anne-style Victorian house built in 1889 and attributed to Joseph Cather Newsom|
|45||Frederick Mitchell Mooers House||February 8, 1967||818 S. Bonnie Brae St.
||Westlake||Often been used to illustrate West Coast Victorian architecture; named for owner who discovered Yellow Aster gold mine after years of prospecting in the Mojave Desert|
|56||Bullock's Wilshire Building||June 5, 1968||3050 Wilshire Blvd.
||Mid-City||Former luxury department store; completed 1929; art deco style; noted for 241-foot (73 m) tower|
|81||Memorial Branch Library||April 7, 1971||4645 W. Olympic Boulevard, 90019
||Mid-Wilshire||Branch library; built in 1930; includes heraldic work of Judson Studios stained glass.|
|83||Boyle-Barmore Residence||July 7, 1971||1311–1321 Alvarado Ter.||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District|
|84||Cohn Residence||July 7, 1971||1325 Alvarado Ter.||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District|
|85||Gilbert Residence||July 7, 1971||1333 Alvarado Ter.
||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District|
|86||Powers Residence||July 7, 1971||1345 Alvarado Ter.
||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District. Built for Pomeroy Powers, who was a president of the City Council.|
|87||Raphael Residence||July 7, 1971||1353 Alvarado Ter.
||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District|
|88||Kinney-Everhardy House||July 7, 1971||1401 Alvarado Ter.
||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District|
|89||Central Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church||July 7, 1971||1366 Alvarado St. & 1447–1459 Alvarado Ter.
||Pico-Union||Originally First Church of Christ, Scientist; served as Los Angeles base of Jim Jones Peoples Temple in the 1970s|
|91||Korean Philadelphia Presbyterian Church (Temple Sinai East)||November 17, 1971||401–407 S. New Hampshire Ave.
||East Hollywood||Built in 1926.|
|94||Queen and Washingtonia Robusta Palm Trees and Median Strip||January 26, 1972||Highland Ave.
||Hancock Park||Palm trees planted in 1928 along median strip of Highland Ave. between Wilshire Blvd. and Melrose Ave.|
|99||Residence at 1036-1038 S. Bonnie Brae St.||April 5, 1972||1036–1038 S. Bonnie Brae St.||Pico-Union||Circa 1896 building known for its "chateau in wood" style and photogenic facade.|
|100||MacArthur Park (formerly Westlake Park)||May 1, 1972||2100–2320 W. 6th St.; 601–631 S. Alvarado St.; 610–680 Park View St.
||Westlake||Land acquired on January 6, 1886. Lake enlarged in 1890 and bandstand erected in 1896. Renamed MacArthur Park in 1942.|
|113||Young's Market||March 7, 1973||1610 W. Seventh St.
||Westlake||Built in 1920s as a market and office building with marble columns and terra cotta frieze; converted into lofts|
|114||Wilshire United Methodist Church||March 7, 1973||4350–4366 Wilshire Blvd.||Mid-Wilshire||The concrete church has elements of both Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Dedicated in 1924, designed by Allison & Allison.|
|115||Evans Residence||March 21, 1973||419 S. Lorraine Blvd.||Windsor Square|
|116||Wilshire Boulevard Temple||March 21, 1973||3663 Wilshire Blvd.
||Mid-City||Oldest Jewish synagogue in the Los Angeles area; Byzantine dome has been a Los Angeles landmark since 1929|
|118||Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theatre||May 16, 1973||3780 Wilshire Blvd.
||Mid-City||12-story steel-reinforced concrete office tower; on a two-story pedestal that contains ground floor retail and the Wiltern theater entrance; blue-green, terra cotta-covered tower; French Zig-Zag Moderne styling|
|122||Buck House||March 20, 1974||5950–5958 W. 8th St.; 805 S. Genesee Ave.||Mid-Wilshire||Designed by famed architect Rudolph Schindler in 1939.|
|129||Charles C. L. Leslie Residence||June 19, 1974||757–767 Garland Ave.||Westlake||Two-story Queen Anne mansion for oil executive Charles C. L. Leslie. Dennis & Farwell was the designer.|
|158||Mary Andrews Clark Residence of the YWCA||July 7, 1976||306–336 S. Loma Dr.
||Westlake||Large French colonial chateau-style structure built in 1913 as a YWCA home for young working women; donated by William A. Clark as a tribute to his mother|
|167||Residence at 826 S. Coronado Street||November 17, 1976||826 S. Coronado St.||Westlake|
|169||William Grant Still Residence||December 1, 1976||1262 S. Victoria Ave.
||Mid-City||Residence of composer William Grant Still.|
|170||Paul R. Williams Residence||December 1, 1976||1690 S. Victoria Ave.
||Mid-City||Residence of African-American architect Paul Williams.|
|173||Welsh Presbyterian Church||April 20, 1977||1153 S. Valencia St.; 1501 W. 12th St.||Pico-Union||S. Tilden Norton designed this synagogue for the Sinai congregation in 1909. The Greek-Revival structure was sold to the Welsh Presbyterian Church congregation in 1926. In 2013 the Welsh congregation sold it to songwriter/music producer Craig Taubman, who planned to use it for interfaith worship and performing arts. |
|183||West Facade of Pan Pacific Auditorium (site of)||March 1, 1978||7600 Beverly Blvd.||Fairfax||Demolished: 01-01-1992|
|208||Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn||January 17, 1979||845 S. Lake St.
||Westlake||Gothic Revival mansion in Pico-Union designed by John Parkinson; built 1901|
|209||Wilshire Christian Church Building||January 17, 1979||3461 Wilshire Blvd.||Koreatown|
|210||Terrace Park and Powers Place||February 21, 1979||Alvarado Terrace, between Powers Pl. and 14th St.||Pico-Union||Part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District. Powers Place holds the distinction as the "shortest street in Los Angeles."|
|237||First Baptist Church of Los Angeles||April 9, 1981||2875 W. 8th St.; 2960–2982 Leeward; 760 S. Westmoreland Ave.||Mid-Wilshire||Constructed by Allison & Allison in 1927; "...a notable work of eclectic architecture"|
|238||Granada Shoppes & Studios Building||April 9, 1981||672 S. Lafayette Park Pl.
||Mid-City||Complex of courtyard-connected structures built in 1927 combining office, studio, and living space under one roof|
|239||La Casa de las Campanas||April 9, 1981||350–354 N. June St.||Hancock Park||Built in 1928 by the Mead family; 37 rooms with a three-story clock tower housing four massive bells; designed by Lester Scherer; Spanish Colonial Revival architecture.|
|250||Ebell of Los Angeles Building||August 25, 1982||743 S. Lucerne Blvd.
||Mid-City||Women's club on Wilshire built in 1927; includes 1,270 theater where Judy Garland was discovered and where Amelia Earhart made her last public appearance|
|244||Residence at 1402 Malvern Avenue||April 30, 1981||1402 Malvern Ave.; 1866 W. 14th St.||Pico-Union|
|267||Park Plaza Hotel||June 24, 1983||2400–2416 W. 6th St.; 603–607 Park View St.
|268||La Fonda Restaurant Building||June 24, 1983||2501–2511 Wilshire Blvd.||Westlake|
|272||Peet House||September 21, 1983||1139 S. Harvard Blvd.||Harvard Heights||Built circa 1889, the house appears to be one of the best preserved examples in the city of the two-story version of the Victorian "plan book" modest dwelling, lacking much of the elaborate ornamentation characteristic of the more pretentious residences of the period. Declared: 9/21/83|
|275||Heinsbergen Decorating Company Building||January 4, 1984||7415 Beverly Blvd.
||Mid-Wilshire||Castle-like building occupied by mural-painting business of Anthony Heinsbergen for more than 50 years; built with bricks from the old Los Angeles City Hall|
|280||Chapman Park Studio Building||July 24, 1984||3501–3519 W. 6th St.||Koreatown|
|298||Crocker Bank Building||September 20, 1985||269–273 S. Western Ave.; 4359–4363 W. 3rd St.||Koreatown|
|309||El Royale Apartments||September 2, 1986||450 N. Rossmore Ave.
||Hancock Park||Spanish Renaissance Revival building designed by William Douglas Lee|
|310||Fire Station No. 29||October 1, 1986||158 S. Western Ave.||Wilshire Center||Engine Company No. 29 was designed by architect J.J. Backus; completed 1913; two-story brick building of Italian Renaissance style|
|311||Los Altos Apartments||October 17, 1986||4121 Wilshire Blvd.
||Mid-City||Construction of this elegant example of Spanish Revival style in a unique blend of Italianate influenced ornamentation began in 1925. It was designed by E.B. Rust.|
|326||McKinley Mansion||September 9, 1987||310–312 S. LaFayette Park Pl.||Westlake||Demolished: 06-01-1994|
|327||Thomas Potter Residence||September 22, 1987||1135–1141 S. Alvarado St.||Pico-Union|
|328||August Winstel Residence||September 22, 1987||1147 S. Alvarado St.||Pico-Union|
|332||Wilshire Tower||December 8, 1987||5500–5522 Wilshire Blvd.||Mid-Wilshire|
|333||Grieri-Musser House||December 18, 1987||403 S. Bonnie Brae St.||Westlake|
|352||Los Angeles Nurses' Club||April 8, 1988||245 S. Lucas Ave.
||Los Angeles||Clubhouse and apartment building for nurses built in 1924 by nurses' club|
|386||Chapman Park Market Building||August 30, 1988||3451 W. 6th St.||Mid Wilshire|
|403||Higgins-Verbeck-Hirsch Mansion||December 14, 1988||637 S. Lucerne Blvd.||Windsor Square|
|415||Wilshire Branch Library||February 1, 1989||149 N. Saint Andrews Pl.
||Mid-City||Branch library; built in 1926|
|420||Milbank-McFie Estate||December 13, 1989||1130 Arlington Ave. & 3340 Country Club Dr.||Arlington Heights|
|423||Apartment Building at 607 Burnside Avenue||March 31, 1989||607 Burnside Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|424||Apartment Building at 626 Burnside Avenue||March 31, 1989||626 Burnside Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|425||Apartment Building at 636 Burnside Avenue||March 31, 1989||636 Burnside Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|426||Apartment Building at 654 Burnside Avenue||March 31, 1989||654 Burnside Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|427||Apartment Building at 364 Cloverdale Avenue||April 7, 1989||364 Cloverdale Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|428||Villa Cintra||April 7, 1989||430 Cloverdale Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|429||Apartment Building at 601 Cloverdale Avenue||April 7, 1989||601 Cloverdale Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|430||Cornell Apartments||April 7, 1989||603 Cochran Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|431||Residence at 1851 W. 11th Street||May 5, 1989||1851 W. 11th St.||Pico-Union|
|432||Doria Apartments||May 5, 1989||1600–1604 W. Pico Blvd.||Pico-Union||Apartment building at the heart of Pico-Union, on the corner of Pico Blvd. and Union Ave.|
|433||Alphonse J. Forget Residence||May 5, 1989||1047 S. Bonnie Brae St.||Pico-Union|
|436||Howard-Nagin Residence||May 19, 1989||146 S. Fuller Ave.||Fairfax|
|438||Apartments at 445 S. Detroit Street||May 19, 1989||445 S. Detroit St.||Mid-Wilshire|
|439||Apartments at 450-460 S. Detroit Street||May 19, 1989||450–460 S. Detroit St.||Mid-Wilshire|
|444||Octavius W. Morgan Residence||June 20, 1989||179–181 S. Alta Vista Blvd.||Fairfax|
|451||Darkroom (Facade only)||August 1, 1989||5370 Wilshire Blvd.||Mid-Wilshire||1935 camera-inspired Streamline Moderne storefront|
|452||Felipe de Neve Branch Library||October 17, 1989||2820 W. Sixth St.
||Westlake||Branch library; built in 1929; named after the Spanish governor of California who oversaw the founding of Los Angeles|
|454||Chouinard Institute of the Arts||October 24, 1989||2301 W. 8th St.; 737–747 Grand View St.||Westlake|
|473||Apartment at 613 Ridgeley Drive||December 8, 1989||613 Ridgeley Dr.||Mid-Wilshire|
|491||Charles B. Booth Residence and Carriage House||July 13, 1990||824–826 S. Bonnie Brae St.||Westlake|
|520||El Rey Theatre||February 26, 1991||5515–5519 Wilshire Blvd.
|531||Wilshire Ward Chapel||May 10, 1991||1209 S. Manhattan Pl.
||Harvard Heights||Built in Art Deco – Modern style in 1929, serves as a meetinghouse for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Open Admission.|
|534||I. Magnin & Company Building||June 11, 1991||3240 Wilshire Blvd. & 650 New Hampshire Ave.||East Hollywood|
|538||David J. Witmer Family Houses and Compound||July 2, 1991||1422 W. 2nd St. & 208–2101⁄2 Witmer St.||Westlake|
|543||Farmers Market||July 24, 1991||Gilmore Ln.; W. 3rd St. & W. Fairfax Ave.
|546||Westlake Theatre||September 24, 1991||634–642 S. Alvarado St.
||Westlake||Movie theater built in 1926|
|552||Einar C. Petersen Studio Court||November 13, 1991||4350–43521⁄2 Beverly Blvd.
|555||Mother Trust Superet Center||March 18, 1992||2506–2522 W. 3rd St.||Westlake|
|566||May Company Wilshire||September 30, 1992||6067 Wilshire Blvd.
|568||Thomas A. Churchill Sr. Residence||October 27, 1992||215 S. Wilton Pl.||Windsor Square|
|576||Sheraton Town House Hotel||April 7, 1993||2959–2973 Wilshire Blvd. and 607–643 S. Commonwealth Ave.
|588||Janss Investment Company Uptown Branch Office Bldg. (Sokol Hall)||November 30, 1993||4761–4775 Maplewood Ave; 500–508 Western Ave.||East Hollywood|
|618||McDonnell Residence Founder's Home: Urban Academy||November 22, 1995||601 N. Wilcox Ave.||Hancock Park|
|619||Wolff-Fifield House||June 21, 1996||111 N. June St.||Hancock Park||This 1929 Tudor Revival style residence was the home of financier Ralph Wolff and Reverend James Fifield, pastor of the First Congregational Church.|
|628||Jack Doyle Residence||January 9, 1996||620 S. Irving Blvd.||Windsor Square||Mediterranean style residence for boxing promoter Jack Doyle; D.S. Haag designed in 1919.|
|636||C.A. Fellows Residence||March 18, 1997||1215 Westchester Pl.||Arlington Heights|
|639||Ruskin Art Club||March 18, 1997||800 S. Plymouth Blvd.||Mid-Wilshire|
|641||Brynmoor Apartments Neon Roof Sign||June 4, 1997||432–436 S. New Hampshire Ave.
|642||Embassy Apartments Neon Roof Sign||June 4, 1997||702–708 S. Mariposa Ave.||Koreatown|
|643||Superba Apartments Incandescent Roof Sign||June 4, 1997||335 S. Berendo St.||Koreatown|
|646||Villa Serrano||December 19, 1997||930–940 S. Serrano Ave.
|649||Cora B. Henderson House||April 7, 1998||132 S. Wilton Pl.||Koreatown|
|650||Mortensen House||April 7, 1998||103 S. Wilton Dr.||Koreatown|
|651||Filipino Christian Church||May 5, 1998||301 N. Union Ave.||Westlake|
|653||Bryson Apartments||September 18, 1998||2701 Wilshire Blvd.
||Mid-City||Built in 1913, its rooftop sign and lions are Wilshire Blvd. landmarks; also closely associated with works of Raymond Chandler and film noir genre|
|660||Rosenheim Mansion||June 22, 1999||1120 S. Westchester Pl.||Arlington Heights|
|661||Rives Mansion||June 22, 1999||1130 S. Westchester Pl.||Arlington Heights|
|667||The Leader Building roof-top Neon Sign||September 29, 1999||344–346 N. Fairfax Ave.||Fairfax|
|677||Horatio Cogswell House||April 25, 2000||1244 S. Van Ness Ave.||Arlington Heights|
|684||Heart House||October 3, 2000||112 N. Harvard Blvd.||Koreatown|
|701||Burnside Manor||July 31, 2001||600 S. Burnside Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|706||First Congregational Church of Los Angeles||March 15, 2002||540 S. Commonwealth Ave.||Westlake||Designed by Allison & Allison, built of reinforced concrete in 1932. Church founded 1867, oldest Protestant congregation in L.A. |
|707||Weber House||March 15, 2002||3923 W. 9th St.||Koreatown|
|719||E.A.K. Hackett House||October 1, 2002||1317 S. Westlake Ave.||Pico-Union|
|727||Founder's Church of Religious Science||October 2, 2002||3281 W. 6th St.||Koreatown|
|743||Immanuel Presbyterian Church||February 4, 2003||3300 Wilshire Blvd.||Koreatown|
|756||Henry W. O'Melveny House||July 15, 2003||501 S. Plymouth||Windsor Square|
|768||Ravenswood Apartments||November 7, 2003||570 N. Rossmore Ave.
||Hancock Park||Art deco building built by Paramount Pictures in 1930s|
|777||Weaver Residence||April 14, 2004||4940 Melrose Hill St.||East Hollywood|
|790||Belmont Tunnel / Toluca Substation and Yard||February 23, 2005||1304 W. 2nd St.||Westlake|
|792||B.H. Hiss House||May 4, 2005||215 S. Manhattan Pl.||Wilshire Center|
|794||Carolyn Bumiller-Hickey House||May 4, 2005||1049 Elden Ave.||Pico-Union|
|796||Jacobson Duplex||May 4, 2005||1200–1202 S. Highland Ave.||Mid-Wilshire|
|803||A.W. Black Residence||June 1, 2005||658 S. Bronson Ave.||Koreatown|
|804||Gless Apartments||June 1, 2005||357 S. Kenmore Ave.||Koreatown|
|805||J.A. Howsley House||June 1, 2005||221 S. Manhattan Pl.||Koreatown|
|809||Franklin T Briles Residence||July 8, 2005||151 N. Berendo St.
|810||Edward J. Borgmeyer House||July 8, 2005||138 N. Manhattan Pl.||Wilshire Center|
|813||Security-First National Bank||July 8, 2005||5209 Wilshire Blvd.
||Mid-City||Former Art Deco-style bank branch; now occupied by LA City Beat|
|815||French Chateau Apartments||July 8, 2005||900 S. Hobart Ave.; 3348–3350 W. James M. Wood Blvd.||Koreatown|
|835||Petitfils-Boos Residence||January 25, 2006||545 S. Plymouth Blvd.
|847||Richardson Apartments||August 16, 2006||3919 W. 8th St.; 718 S. Gramercy Dr.||Koreatown|
|850||William J. Hubbard Residence||September 13, 2006||811 S. Norton Ave.||Koreatown|
|853||La Marquise||September 27, 2006||535 S. Gramercy Pl.||Koreatown|
|858||One Hundred Sycamore||November 22, 2006||100 N. Sycamore Ave.||Hancock Park|
|861||Monsignor O'Brien House||February 6, 2007||130 N. Catalina Ave.||Koreatown|
|863||Los Tiempos-The Chandler Estate||March 7, 2007||455 S. Lorraine Blvd.||Windsor Square|
|870||San Marino Villas||May 16, 2007||3390–3396 W. San Marino St.||Wilshire Center||The three-story luxury apartment was designed by architect H. Monroe Banfield in 1923, of Spanish Colonial/ Mission Revival style. Destroyed by fire in 2013. |
|875||Val D'Amour Apartments||June 5, 2007||854 S. Oxford Ave.||Koreatown|
|878||Arwyn Manor||July 17, 2007||3835 W. 8th St.; 749 S. Manhattan Pl.||Koreatown|
|923||Kennedy Solow House||July 2, 2008||6606 Maryland Dr.||Beverly Grove|
|925||Residence at 212 South Wilton Place||July 9, 2008||212 S. Wilton Pl.||Koreatown|
|928||Chateau Alpine||July 9, 2008||918–9281⁄2 S. Serrano Ave.
|929||Oliver Flats||July 9, 2008||407–409 North Orange Drive.
|934||Park Wilshire Building||September 25, 2008||2424 Wilshire Blvd.||Westlake||Built in 1923, designed by Clarence H. Russell and Norman W. Alpaugh. |
|943||Heerman Estate||January 28, 2009||525 S. Van Ness Ave.||Windsor Square||Colonial Revival residence, 1908, notable 1919 alteration by Walker & Eisen. |
|945||The Beverly Sycamore||February 25, 2009||308 N. Sycamore Ave.
||Hancock Park||Chateauesque-French Norman Revival style apartment building, 1928. |
|954||Dunsmuir Flats||May 20, 2009||1281 S. Dunsmuir Ave.
||Wilshire Vista Heights||International Style, 1938, by architect Gregory Ain. |
|958||Bob Baker Marionette Theater||June 3, 2009||1345 W. First St.||Echo Park|
|959||See's Candy Shop and Kitchen No. 1||June 24, 2009||139 N. Western Ave.
||Mid-Wilshire||Italian Renaissance Revival style commercial building, 1921. |
|960||Ashby Apartments||August 5, 2009||808 S. Hobart Blvd.
||Mid-Wilshire||Art Deco style by architect Max Maltzman, 1907. |
|961||Marshall-Kline Residence||August 5, 2009||2037 S. Harvard Blvd.||Mid-Wilshire||Italian Renaissance Revival, 1907. |
|962||Eckley-Mitchell Residence||September 23, 2009||2048 S. Oxford Boulevard, 90018||Mid-Wilshire||Craftsman style, 1907. |
|963||Linda Scott Residence||September 23, 2009||1910 S. Harvard Blvd.
||Mid-Wilshire||Mediterranean style, 1907, designed by Frank Tyler for the first female deputy sheriff in the state of Arizona. |
|969||Frank E. Hartigan Residence||January 27, 2010||1034 S. Gramercy Place, 90019
||Mid-Wilshire||American Craftsman house built in 1913. |
|970||844 South Plymouth Apartments||January 27, 2010||844 S. Plymouth Blvd.
||Mid-Wilshire||Streamline Moderne apartment building, built in 1936 in Windsor Village, designed by architects Charles Plummer, Welton Becket and Walter Wurdeman. |
|980||Frank C. Hill House||March 31, 2010||201 S. Coronado Street, 90057
||Westlake||Craftsman style, 1910, by Albert R. Walker and John C. Vawter. |
|1045||Johnie's Coffee Shop||November 27, 2013||6101 Wilshire Boulevard
||Mid-Wilshire||Googie style restaurant designed by Armét & Davis, 1956.|
|1179||Charlotte Chase Apartments||April 2, 2019||1074-76 South Genesee Avenue||Wilshire Vista||Four-plex apartment building.|
|1180||Charles H. Bevis Duplex||April 2, 2019||1080-1082 South Genesee Avenue||Wilshire Vista||1933 Duplex apartment building.|
|Code ||Landmark name ||Image||Date designated ||Locality ||Neighborhood||Description |
|1002||La Brea Tar Pits||5801 Wilshire Blvd.||Miracle Mile||SM#170|
|Wilton Historic District||S. Wilton Pl.; S. Wilton Dr.; Ridgewood Pl.
|Miracle Mile Historic District||5350–5511 Wilshire Blvd.||Miracle Mile||Properties include Hahn's Music Pianos and Organs, Wilshire Center Building, Tru-Line Litho, Loman Foods Mart, Flying Saucer Restaurant, Zachary All, Korean Cultural Services Building, Wilshire Beauty Supply, Ever-Ready Lighting Center, Dominguez-Wilshire Building, Jack La Lanne's European Health Spa, Post Office Building, and Brown's Wilshire Bakery|
|2176||Crocker Bank||1926–1930 Wilshire Blvd.||Westlake|
|2182||McKinley Building||3747–3763 Wilshire Blvd.||Wilshire Center|
|2183||Zephyr Club||5209 Wilshire Blvd.||Miracle Mile|
|2184||Clem Wilson Building||5217–5231 Wilshire Blvd.||Miracle Mile|
|2259||Ambassador Hotel||3400 Wilshire Blvd.||Mid-Wilshire|
|2305||Alvarado Terrace Historic District||Alvarado Ter.; Bonnie Brae and 14th Sts.
||Pico-Union||Historic district southwest of downtown with well-preserved mansions built 1902–1907 overlooking park|
|2312||South Bonnie Brae Tract Historic District||1851 W. 11th St.; 1032 and 1036 S. Bonnie Brae St.||Pico-Union||Bonnie Brae Street houses shown.|
|2313||South Serrano Avenue Historic District||400–457 S. Serrano Ave. (both sides of street)||Koreatown|
|2377||Melrose Hotel||5150–5174 Melrose Ave.||Larchmont|
|2396||Chapman Park Market Building||3451–3479 W. 6th St.||Mid-Wilshire|
|2445||Royal Lake||2202–2220 W. 11th St.||Pico-Union|
|2452||Marks Residence||1357–1359 Constance St.; 1709–1711 4th St.||Pico-Union|
|2469||Korea Times||135–141 N. Vermont Ave.||Koreatown|
|2478||Willet Apartments||1426–14283⁄4 S. Bonnie Brae St.||Pico-Union|
|2519||Royal Lake||2200–2220 W. 11th St.||Pico-Union|
|2520||Burch Residence||1805 W. 12th Place||Pico-Union|
|2521||B. Bodwell Residence||926–928 W. 17th St.||Pico-Union|
|2533||Cook Residence||1025 S. Westlake Ave.||Pico-Union|
|2534||Wilshire-Westlake Professional Building||2001–2015 Wilshire Blvd.; 639 S. Westlake Ave.||Westlake|
|Edward Alexander Kelley Hackett House||1317 S. Westlake Ave.
||Pico-Union||Craftsman-style house built in 1923|
- Historic-Cultural Monuments in Downtown Los Angeles
- Historic-Cultural Monuments on the East and Northeast Sides
- Historic-Cultural Monuments in the Harbor area
- Historic-Cultural Monuments in Hollywood
- Historic-Cultural Monuments in the San Fernando Valley
- Historic-Cultural Monuments in Silver Lake, Angelino Heights, and Echo Park
- Historic-Cultural Monuments in South Los Angeles
- Historic-Cultural Monuments on the Westside
- City of Los Angeles' Historic Preservation Overlay Zones
- National Register of Historic Places listings in Los Angeles
- National Register of Historic Places listings in Los Angeles County
- List of California Historical Landmarks
- Numbers in 1–999 series are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments; CHL numbers are state-designated California Historical Landmark sites; 2000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for federally designated sites. Blue colors represent higher designations as National Historic Landmarks and/or listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments without a higher designation. No color represents information is unavailable or the monument has been delisted. To resort on this column, refresh your browser.
- Department of City Planning. "Designated Historic-Cultural Monuments". City of Los Angeles. Archived from the original on 2010-06-09. Retrieved 2010-06-15.
- Various sources cited in articles, retrieved on various dates.
- Ryan Torok, "Finding holy ground in Pico-Union", The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, February 6, 2013.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-10-19. Retrieved 2010-10-09.CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link)
- Office of Historic Resources Newsletter, October 2008.
- Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, April 2009.
- Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, July 2009.
- Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, October 2009.
- Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, April 2010.
- Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, July 2010.
- Numbers in 1000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for state-designated sites; 2000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for federally designated sites. Blue colors represent higher designations as National Historic Landmarks and/or listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments without a higher designation. No color represents information is unavailable or the monument has been delisted. To resort on this column, refresh your browser.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments (citywide).|
- official Designated L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments (LAHCM) website — with 'ever-updated' LAHCM list via PDF link.
- LAHCM Report for Wilshire — L.A. Planning Department.
- LAHCM Report for Westlake
- City of Los Angeles Map, with community districts. — via Given Place Media.
- Big Orange Landmarks: "Exploring the Landmarks of Los Angeles, One Monument at a Time" — L.A.H.C.Monuments in Wilshire area. — online photos and in-depth history. — website curator: Floyd B. Bariscale.
- Big Orange Landmarks: "Exploring the Landmarks of Los Angeles, One Monument at a Time" — L.A.H.C.Monuments in Westlake district.