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Use this map to explore the great places of Wilshire Boulevard, firsthand or online.

Please note: Although some places on this map have been advocacy issues for the Conservancy, there is no direct correlation between the map and our advocacy activities. Just because a place is, or isn't, on this map does not mean that it will, or won't, be an advocacy issue for the Conservancy at some point. The map is strictly a way to highlight some of the many historic resources on Wilshire Boulevard.

To start exploring, click anywhere on the map or use the search and filter fields right below it. Your results will appear below this text.

Or, browse through the buildings listed below, in no particular order.

Photo by Larry Underhill

Chateau Colline

An eight-unit apartment house and one of the last remaining apartment buildings in the Westwood section of Wilshire Boulevard constructed before World War II.
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

Brown Derby Dome

An iconic example of the roadside vernacular architecture that was especially popular in California and designed to capture the attention of passing motorists, the flagship location of the Brown Derby was actually built in the shape of a hat.
Glendale Federal Savings, Beverly Hills
Photo by Lynne Tucker

Bank of America, Beverly Hills

Visitors looking up from the base of the Glendale Federal Savings Building see light streaming through the fifty-two rainbow-patterned glass of a dalle da verre cornice, cantilevered nine-and-a-half feet from the top of the ten-story building.
Arthur Murray Office and Studio
Photo by Devri Richmond

Arthur Murray Office and Studio

Featuring front studios with floor-to-ceiling glass curtain walls, Arthur Murray's ultramodern Los Angeles office and studio was a precursor to the mid- and high-rise office buildings that would dominate Wilshire Boulevard in the coming decades.
Photo by Larry Underhill

American Cement Building Lofts

Built to house the American Cement Company's headquarters and to showcase the strength, construction advantages, and architectural possibilities of concrete.

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Photo courtesy of Abir Anwar on Flickr

One of the most luxurious lodgings in Los Angeles.

Photo by Hunter Kerhart

Bullock's Wilshire is a spectacular example of Art Deco architecture.

Photo by Larry Underhill

The Post-War House is also known as the "House of Tomorrow."