A mid Century Echo Park classic is up for landmark status

Echo Park, unlike neighboring Silver Lake, has very few examples of mid-century Modern architecture. So, that’s why the Ross House, a mass of white cubes and ribbons of glass, stands out among the Spanish-Colonial apartments and bungalows of Valentine Street in the Elysian Heights section of Echo Park. Today, more than 70 years after it was built, a city council committee will consider whether to declare the Ross House a city landmark. Read more in Home & History

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