The Montecito Apartments in Los Angeles

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The Montecito Apartments

6650 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, California, Hollywood 90028
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Hollywood's golden age has passed, but its architecture remains. Piles such as this one testify to the aspirations and opulence of an era quickly being erased from both the cultural memory and physical realm of the city of Los Angeles

The building is that strange type of art deco design with undertones of Mexican influence and tropical aspirations that was once so common in L.A.

Quick Facts
Timeline
    *1984: This building was converted into low-income senior citizen housing. *July 18, 1985: This building was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Notes
  • This was once the home of actor James Cagney.
  • This was once the home of actor Montgomery Clift.
  • This was once the home of actor Don Johnson.
  • This was once the home of actress Geraldine Page.
  • This was once the home of actor-turned-president Ronald Reagan.
  • This was once the home of actor Mickey Rooney.
  • This was once the home of actor George C. Scott.
  • This was once the home of actor Ben Vereen.
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