Miracle Mile meeting set to weigh creating historic zone

| December 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
MANSIONIZATION comes to Citrus Avenue.

MANSIONIZATION comes to Citrus Avenue.

The Miracle Mile boasts many historic landmarks: Art Deco buildings, fossils from the Ice Age, and, more recently residents are gaining a new appreciation of the area’s homes.

A meeting to discuss the pros and cons of a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) will be on Sat., Jan. 10, from 10 a.m. to noon, at Candela (Leonardo’s Night Club), 831 S. La Brea Ave.

Dating from the early 20th century, members of the Miracle Mile Residential Association will consider the zoning to protect Mediterranean and other style homes from being torn down or remodeled into McMansions.

Mark Zecca, board member and chairperson of the HPOZ committee, will host the meeting. Also in attendance will be Shannon Ryan, planning assistant with the city of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources, and Robbie O’Donnell, who helped create the Wilshire Park HPOZ.

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