AA Los Angeles Neighborhood Map

AA Los Angeles Neighborhood Map

Los Angeles Neighborhood Map

An interactive map of the neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Click on an area to learn more about the history of the area, the universities, and some of the most important landmarks. Plus, the map is fully searchable to check if the place you are looking for is in existence at all.



And if you look at North Hollywood—at some point people didn't want the North Hollywood association, so a part of it broke off and became Valley Village. And then a part of Valley Village didn't want to be Valley Village anymore, so it became Sherman Village. And with Van Nuys and Sherman Oaks, the border had been moved because it was deemed more desirable to live in Sherman Oaks. But it's all just an imaginary line.

I remember when I was exploring Elysian Valley or Frogtown. And someone got back to me and said, "I've lived here my whole life and I've never heard anyone call it Elysian Valley. No one calls it that." And then later someone said, "I've lived here my whole life, no one calls it Frogtown." Sometimes you'll find people living in the same space who are completely unaware of what their neighbors call the neighborhood.

^ "Evolution of a '50s Dream; Crestwood Hills began as an experiment in cooperative living and modern architecture. Today, it's an upper- crust neighborhood trying to renew the community spirit and preserve its architectural heritage." Los Angeles Times. April 24, 2000. Southern California living, Part E, Page 1. Retrieved on March 19, 2010.

that "Many people who live in and represent their neighborhoods in various ways have objected to the Times’ designations for not following city-recognized borders, and for lumping many smaller neighborhoods into larger, more indistinct areas such as “Mid-Wilshire.” She said that Brightwell's map was a much more fine-grained view of “every L.A. neighborhood.”



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