Bringing back our historic landscaping, our history and our cultural arts. Preserving the history of a place throughout its significant historic resources gives a community its unique character, and historic preservation adds to the quality of life making for a more livable community
We are happing to share our two landmarks that we have saved, and will continue to Save our Historic Places in our very rich community of Boyle Heights. Here are the two places that have own the support of our Neighborhood Council, Council District 14, Office of Historic Resources, Cultural Heritage Commissioners, Planning and Land Use Management and the Los Angeles City Council, we dedicated hours, days, months of research and devoted to each of our Historical Cultural Monument applications.
International Institute LA/Boyle Heights Designated as a Historical Cultural Monument on May 19,2021 HCM# CHC-2020-6022-HCM
The property is also listed on the California Register of Historical Resources.
Nishiyama Residence/Otomisan Japanese Restaurant In December 2021, our second HCM was designated Cultural Monument on December 2021 HCM# Click to view our Nomination Application: CHC-2020-6022-HCM ENV-2020-6023-CE 2508 1/2 East First Street Los Angeles, California
Deutschees, German, Lincoln Hospital In December 2021, our second HCM was designated Cultural Monument on December 2021 HCM# ENV-2020 443 South Soto Street Los Angeles, California 90033
- Designers:** Krempel and Erkes - Architects: **(firm): Walter E. Erkes - Architects:** John Paul Krempel (architect) Originally known as the German Hospital built circa 1910 by John Paul Krempel (1861-1933) from Germany who also designed the The Los Angeles Times building on Broadway in the Richardsonian Romanesque style but more importantly he also designed the Eastside Brewing Company Brewery Building at 2100 North Main Street, a Historical Cultural Los Angeles City landmark.