It’s a seemingly average neighborhood when you look at things like population density and median age. However, the neighborhood known as Glassell Park is anything but ordinary. While the sum of ghettos gone gentrified around Los Angeles are seemingly aplenty, there is a lot more to Glassell Park than just trendy coffee shops and clever, one-word-named boutiques. The land on which Glassell Park sits originally belonged to the Rancho San Rafael that was granted to Spanish Army corporal Jose Maria Verdugo in 1784. Prior to transferring into Verdugo’s possession, the area of Glassell Park was home to the Native American tribes who built their settlements throughout Southern California. In 1871, attorney, Andrew Glassell, received part of the Rancho San Rafael from the lawsuit known as the Great Partition of 1871.
Majority of Glassell Park was annexed by the City of Los Angeles in 1912, though subdivision homes were already being sold as early as 1907. The neighborhood is experiencing significant and steady growth due to its abundance of hillside strewn, craftsman homes. Its convenient and close proximity to the downtown area makes Glassell Park a great jumping off point for any SoCal adventure. It also makes Glassell Park the choice location to get an on-demand car wash from MobileWash.
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