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Eligible for Local Designation

Photo courtesy 27th Street Bakery.

27th Street Bakery Shop

Customers flock to this South Los Angeles bakery for their sweet potato pies.
Inside B. Black & Sons. Photo by George Geary.

B. Black & Sons

Fourth-generation family-owned and operated fabric business in the Los Angeles Garment District since 1922.
Bank of America Chinatown Branch, 2020. Photo by Jenna Snow.

Bank of America Chinatown Branch

Designed by Gilbert Leong and Richard Layne Tom in the 1970s, the Chinatown Branch of Bank of America is significant for its architecture and connection to L.A.'s growing Chinese American community. The property is being considered for Historic-Cultural Monument listing.
Courtesy GPA Consulting, Inc

Brown Beret Headquarters

This modest building served as one of the organization's most significant headquarters.
Canter's Deli. Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy.

Canter's Deli

Canter's Deli is one of the oldest kosher-style delis in Los Angeles.
Chuey Residence, as photographed by Julius Shulman. Courtesy of J.Paul Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (2004.R.10)
Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM) Application

Crenshaw Women's Center

The first women's center to be established in Los Angeles from 1970-72 and significant for its LGBTQ+ associations, the Crenshaw Women's Center was a ground-breaking facility serving women in a variety of capacities.
Eastside Market Italian Deli's Angiuli Family. Photo by Eastside Market Italian Deli.

Eastside Market Italian Deli

One of the last remaining businesses in L.A.'s once thriving Little Italy, still making some of the best sandwiches in town!
El Aguila Bakery. Photo by M. Rosalind Sagara/L.A. Conservancy.

El Aguila Bakery

This beloved bakery in El Sereno has served the local neighborhood since 1973.

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