Faircrest Heights, Los Angeles
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Faircrest Heights is a neighborhood in Central Los Angeles, California.
Faircrest Heights is bounded by Alvira Street on the West, Fairfax Avenue on the East, Pico Boulevard on the North and Sawyer Avenue on the South. 
Faircrest Heights is a community located in the 90016, 90019, 90034 and 90035 ZIP codes as is the entire Crestview neighborhood bounded by Washington Boulevard and National Boulevard on the south, Fairfax Avenue on the east, Pico Boulevard and Pickford Street on the north and Robertson Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard on the west and surrounded by the Pico-Robertson neighborhood. Per the U.S. Census of 2000, racial representation was mixed with approximately 52% African-American, 26% non-Latino white, 20% Latino of any race, and 12% other. The 2000 median household income was $50,874. The housing stock was primarily built in the late 1930s and early 1940s, and consists of primarily Spanish Colonial Revival, English Revival, and Minimal Traditional style single family residences, with some small apartment buildings (mostly in the areas north of Pickford Street).[third-party source needed]
In December 2004, Los Angeles magazine named Faircrest Heights one of the "10 Best Districts You've Never Heard Of".