Thursday, October 27, 2016

Boyle Heights bar scene c.1910; condos planned for Mt. Washington

Sixth Street Bridge Demolition | Kevin Break

Sixth Street Bridge Demolition | Kevin Break

MOrning Report

  • Spittoons & Stuffed Animals: A 1910 photographs of the Neuman Brothers Saloon in Boyle Heights is one of the rare photos showing what the interior of a neighborhood business looked like at the turn of the 20th Century. Boyle Heights History Blog
  • A developer is seeking permission from the city to subdivide a lot to build six condominiums in the 4500 block of Marmion Way in Mt. Washington. The project  has been in the works for several years.  Planning Department
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  1. This ia about the condos at 4500 block of Marmion Way (documents show the address as 4501…). They’ve already shown they’re not good neighbors, they’ve cut down a beautiful street tree that’s been there at least 35 years…and street trees are protected. It takes a permit and approval of the city arborist (or whoever it is…).
    The property is the north west corner of the intersection…Avenue 45 and Marmion Way. Yes, the same intersection where traffic
    backs up when the Gold Line trains go through. And they’ll have a beautiful view of the back of Superior Market. Not quite Mount Washington at its best.

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