Chapman Plaza

Spanish Revival in architectural style, Chapman Market opened in 1929 on West 6th Street.

Often referred to as the world’s first drive-through grocery store or drive-in market, it served the wealthy families of the Fremont Place, Windsor Square, and Hancock Park neighborhoods of Los Angeles who drove to get their groceries. An entire central courtyard was set aside for automobile parking.

Chapman Plaza is now home to several Korean-run establishments such as a bar, restaurants, a cafe, a florist, and a hair salon catering to Korean-speaking customers.

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