Valet parking as of September 2017: $7
Located just northwest of Koreatown proper, on Vine Street between Melrose Avenue and Sunset Boulevard, Peru Village celebrates and showcases the cultural and business contributions of Peruvian Americans to Los Angeles.
In addition to the Pio Pico Library, another LAPL branch that serves what is still considered the Koreatown area of Los Angeles is the Wilshire Library. It doesn’t have as extensive a collection of Korean books or resources, but it’s the next best branch. (The Central Library in downtown LA also has Korean materials.)
Closed: Friday, November 10 – Saturday, November 11 for Veterans Day
Subway station just north of Koreatown proper. Technically already in the East Hollywood area also known as New Filipinotown or North Koreatown. Located on the northwest corner of Vermont Avenue and Beverly Boulevard. It’s a Red Line station.
Opened in 1926, the original restaurant at 3427 Wilshire Boulevard remains the most famous due to its distinctive shape.
Little Bangladesh is a four-block stretch of 3rd Street between Alexandria Avenue and New Hampshire Avenue in what is popularly considered the northern parts of Koreatown. The ethnic enclave was formally designated in 2010 by the Los Angeles City Council.
The Islamic Center of Southern California (ICSC) provides religious, educational and recreational facilities for the Muslim community. It is located on Vermont Avenue in the Koreatown area of Los Angeles. There is a significant Muslim residential population in Koreatown, including an officially designated Little Bangladesh business section on Third Street. The Indonesian consulate is on Wilshire Boulevard.
Wilshire Colonnade property… The property consists of 3 separate components: 1) The twin 11-story towers, 2) a Normandy style (circa 1922) one-story commercial building, and 3) a vacant three-story office building with parking at the ground level. The two mirror image 11-story towers, consisting of approximately 181,000 rsf each, occupies center stage for the property, framing a marble clad plaza filled with lush trees with concentric elliptical fountains in the heart of Wilshire Center. The building is well known for its picturesque quality with its unusual arches and hanging lights, evocative of the 1970s era. The courtyard is often the site of filming and commercials, and many tenant events as well. 3701-3731 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90010 Management Office […]
Opened in the fall of 2005, the Mariposa-Nabi Primary Center is housed in a strikingly colorful building for students in kindergarten to second grade. Mariposa is the name of the street on which the school entrance is; it means “butterfly” in Spanish, while “Nabi” (나비) is the Korean word for “butterfly.”