Sunrise, Long Beach, California
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Sunrise, also known as Sunrise Boulevard, is a neighborhood in the city of Long Beach, California. In 1990, the City of Long Beach by Ordinance C-6834 designated this neighborhood as the "Sunrise Boulevard Historic Landmark District."
Originally a ranch, then a milk sanitarium, this neighborhood developed adjacent to the Pacific Electric Railway line. Homes are predominantly Craftsman Bungalows, constructed between 1908–1924, ranging from large mansions to small-scale workers' housing.
An early motor court, the El Cortez, was built in the early Twenties on the site of the sanitarium; today, it provides small apartments.
Today, this district is a blend of small-scale bungalows built for the working class, large-scale Craftsman homes built for prominent and prosperous citizens, and mid-scale bungalows in the Craftsman and Spanish Colonial Revival styles built for the middle class.
- Detailed description and map of the Historic District as published by the City of Long Beach (PPF file)
- History of Sunrise Boulevard
- "Map of Sunrise".
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