Beverly Center Real Estate | Miracle Mile Real Estate

The Miracle Mile and Beverly Center area is a diverse and centrally-located Westside neighborhood known for Museum Row, which is located within the area. The area is also well-known for shopping, which ranges from famed shopping malls such as Beverly Center and The Grove to boutique shops found along Robertson Boulevard and Melrose Avenue. Beverly Center real estate and Miracle Mile real estate consist mostly of charming Spanish revival homes, but it is becoming more common to see developers build large contemporary homes in an attempt to maximize the amount of square footage as the cost of land in the area increases. Neighborhoods within The Beverly Center and Miracle Mile neighborhood include: Beverly Grove, Fairfax Village or Fairfax District, Melrose District, and Carthay, which is further divided into Carthay Circle, Carthay Square, and South Carthay. Read below for more information on the Beverly Center and Miracle Mile area and additional info on both Beverly Center real estate and Miracle Mile real estate.

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The Beverly Center and Miracle Mile area is located within the 90048, 90036, 90035, 90211, and 90019 zip codes and is bordered by Beverly Hills to the west, West Hollywood to the north, Hancock Park-Greater Wilshire to the east, and both Beverlywood and Mid Los Angeles to the south.

The area's development was shaped in large part during the 1920's by AW Ross, who envisioned a strip of Wilshire Boulevard as a commercial district to rival Downtown Los Angeles. At the time, the portion of Wilshire Boulevard that would become the Miracle Mile was an unpaved farm road cutting through bean fields and dairy farms. The nearby Fairfax District was already populated by a Jewish population that had been faced with housing restrictions downtown and in some of early Los Angeles's more desirable neighborhoods such as Bel Air.

AW Ross's development of his commercial strip along Wilshire was revolutionary because it was designed exclusively for automotive traffic rather than pedestrian traffic. Ross applied this design principle to both the street and the buildings built along it. A couple of innovations seen along Wilshire Boulevard were dedicated left-turn lanes and timed traffic signals, the first in place within the United States. Flow of traffic was further aided due to Ross requiring all buildings to include parking lots for their customers. Ross further shaped the area's aesthetic by requiring building facades be oriented toward Wilshire Boulevard and best be seen through a windshield, with all architectural details visible at 30 miles per hour. Driven by Ross's requirements, the buildings along Wilshire Boulevard contributed to both the Streamline Moderne and Art Deco movements of architecture. Ross's invention of the car-oriented urban form not only contributed to Los Angeles's reputation for being dominated by the car, it led to declining real estate prices in downtown Los Angeles and initiated the development of the multiple downtowns which characterize Los Angeles to this day.

Today, the Beverly Center and Miracle Mile neighborhood is among the most dense in Los Angeles and is well-serviced by public transportation with further plans for additional subway service.

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Last updated on May 24th, 2019 at 8:02am PDT