It is said the only constant is change. That especially rings true of Los Angeles’ suburban landscape, where remodels, teardowns and rebuilds appear to be the norm. But situated just north of Interstate 10 in the city’s West Adams district is a small residential pocket stretching across three blocks between Arlington Ave. and W. Manhattan Pl. where time stands still. Known as Western Heights, the community bustles with more than 120 historic homes of varying architectural styles, each seemingly untouched since the day it was built.
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