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Northwest Los Angeles

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Griffith Park, the City's largest public park is in Northwest Los Angeles
Griffith Park, the City's largest public park is in Northwest Los Angeles

Northwest Los Angeles or Northwest of Downtown is a group of neighborhoods near the central area of Los Angeles, California that are north and west of the city center of Los Angeles, California. This name for the area has been in use off and on for over 100 years,[1][2] originally applying to Angelino Heights and gradually shifting northwesterly as those areas were built out.

Typically, the names of the individual neighborhoods are used rather than the collective term "Northwest Los Angeles." It is home to the biggest public parks in the City and offers multiple recreational opportunities.

Los Feliz and parts of Silver Lake have always been expensive and home to Hollywood celebrities (and originally, some of the Hollywood studios themselves). Silver Lake and Elysian Heights were also artist communities. But since the 1990s other neighborhoods in this area have experienced substantial gentrification. This has gradually displaced various immigrant and poor communities.[3]

Echo Lake in Echo Park
Echo Lake in Echo Park

Most of the neighborhoods are represented by Councilman Mitch O'Farrell, but some are represented by David Ryu or Gil Cedillo and other councilmen.

The following are neighborhoods in Northwest Los Angeles:

References

  1. ^ "THE GREAT NORTHWEST. Regular Meeting of the Improvemont Association". Los Angeles Times. Aug 15, 1894. p. 8.
  2. ^ "CITY TO SEA HIGHWAY AIM. First-street Property Owners Take Initial Step; Petition Council for Opening Great Thoroughfare; Agree on Specifications and Secure Signatures". Los Angeles Times. Jun 24, 1916. p. I11.
  3. ^ "Gentrification divides Echo Park community in Los Angeles". Gentrification divides Echo Park community in Los Angeles, 2008. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 20 March 2012.

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