Westwood Presbyterian Church | Los Angeles Conservancy
Photo by Larry Underhill

Westwood Presbyterian Church

Anxious to begin services in their own building, the members of the Westwood Presbyterian Church moved a small real estate office from a few blocks away to their hilltop location in 1949 and retrofitted it to serve as a church.

Several years later, they built the current Gothic-styled sanctuary, keeping their original building as a fellowship hall, and continuing to expand the campus to serve the growing congregation.

Photo by Tom Davies


Designed for the affluent postwar Pasadena shopper, this former Robinson's was planned and sited to include prime viewing spots for the Rose Parade.