Still splendid more than 100 years after its 1893 opening, its magical light-filled Victorian court, open cage elevators, marble stairs, and ornate iron railings make this one of downtown's most photographed icons.
Like the roses that once adorned its façade, the historic Casa de Rosas Campus—once the oldest women’s shelter in Los Angeles—blooms once more to serve an urgent community need, this time as long-term affordable housing for veterans.
El Sereno Middle School (formerly Wilson High) is notable for both its architectural and cultural significance, including for the role it played in the East L.A. Chicano Student Walkouts (Blowouts) of March 1968.
Chapel built in 1933, currently slated for demolition. Photo by Whittier Conservancy
With buildings constructed over a large time span and in a variety of architectural styles, the campus of this former juvenile reform school is determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
The last Victorian built on Carroll Avenue and one of the few "Gay Nineties" houses remaining in Los Angeles, this quintessential Queen Anne vividly illustrates the height of late Victorian exuberance,