City Council Approves
Miracle Mile HPOZ by
On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, the Los Angeles City Council voted 13-0 to approve the Miracle Mile HPOZ. The council adopted the boundaries recommended last week by the Planning and Land Use Committee [see map].
Councilmember David Ryu spoke of the importance of protecting our historic community before the vote was taken. MMRA President James O’Sullivan thanked Ryu and Councilmember Herb Wesson for their support.
A special bulletin about the Miracle Mile Historic Preservation Overlay Zone – the 35th HPOZ to be created in Los Angeles – will be issued next week with more information.
Many thanks to the hundreds of residents who contributed in so many ways to preserve our lovely neighborhood for generations to come!
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Now playing on the MMRA Channel on YouTube:
What the tenants of 744 S. Ridgeley Drive
(and everyone else in the Miracle Mile) will lose if this historic building is demolished for the sake of high-density development…
Tenants and a property owner of rent stabilized multifamily buildings on the 700 block of South Genessee want their historic residences reinstated into the Miracle Mile HPOZ.
Just the Facts, Ma’am…
(HPOZ Lies Debunked)
Lately, residents have been receiving anti-HPOZ fliers that are chockfull of misinformation – and that’s putting it politely. The MMRA welcomes different points of view, but we strive to tell the truth and present the facts. Click here to fact check the assertions made in one recent flier…
Combination of a Sontag Drug Store image (circa 1941) and a contemporary view of Wilshire Beauty Supply. © Justin Fields
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The Miracle Mile Residential Association [MMRA] is a non-profit community organization composed of your neighbors, both homeowners and renters. We are dedicated to maintaining the quality of life in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles through careful monitoring of development, safety, traffic and other important neighborhood concerns.
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Ken Hixon, Vice President–Director of Communications/Genesee (email@example.com)
Northern: Wilshire Blvd.
Eastern: La Brea Ave. (Wilshire to Olympic); Meadowbrook Ave. (Olympic to San Vicente).
Southern: San Vicente Blvd. (Fairfax to Meadowbrook); Olympic Blvd. (Meadowbrook to La Brea)
Boundaries of the Miracle Mile Residential Association
You can also see the MMRA neighborhood area in an interactive Google Map.