Woodland Hills Contracting

This area had been settled by the Chumash-Venturaño and Fernandeño-Tataviam tribes for close to 8,000 years when the first Europeans arrived in 1769. These were the Portola Expedition. Mission San Fernando, set up in 1797, took control of the land, which included the future Woodland Hills. The valley’s southern half entered American ownership in the 1860’s. It passed many hands until the “biggest land transaction ever recorded in Los Angeles

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Winnetka Contracting Services

The 2008 census showed an increase to 54,825, raising the density to 11469 people for each square mile. The median resident age recorded in 2000 was 32, which is average for both county and city. The median annual household income came up to $62,435, which was average considering the rest of the city. The share of households making between $40,000 and $60,000 was high. The 2010 census showed a population

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Westwood Contractors

Attractions here are mainly focused in and around Westwood Village, which is a site of motion picture theaters, shops, and restaurants. Here, one also gets to visit the famous Hammer Museum. There is also Holmby Hills, a residential area in Westwood which is deemed among the wealthiest in the city. The neighborhood has numerous elementary schools. Westwood’s population according to the 2000 census was 47,916 people, who were living in

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West Hollywood Renovations & Home Repair

West Hollywood, incorporated in 1984, is bound on the north by Hollywood Hills, on the east by Hollywood, on the southeast by Fairfax district, and on the southwest by Beverly Grove. The residential neighborhood here includes West Hollywood North, West Hollywood East, West Hollywood Heights, Norma Triangle, and West Hollywood West. None of these covers more than a few blocks in length or width. The major streets which intersect this

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West Los Angeles Building Contractors

West Los Angeles Contractors

West Los Angeles is bounded on the north by Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard; on the west by Centinela Avenue; on the south by National Boulevard, Exposition Boulevard, and Pico Boulevard; and on the east by Durango Avenue, Canfield Avenue, and Robertson Boulevard. While some use the term “West Los Angeles” to describe the whole of Westside covering Venice and Santa Monica, it actually alludes to the portion between

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Westlake Contracting Services

Westlake’s geographical boundaries include Temple Street to the north, the Santa Monica Freeway to the south, the Harbor Freeway to the east, Hoover Street to the west, and Washington Boulevard to the southwest. The population of the neighborhood according to the 2000 census, was 108,839 people. Inside the 2.72-square-mile area, this gave a density of 38,214 people for each square mile, which at the time was very high in LA

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Venice Contractors

Venice was founded by tobacco magnate Abbot Kinney, who constructed a resort town at the property’s north end, and named it Ocean Park. Before long this was affixed to Santa Monica. Meanwhile, Kinney and partners kept building to the south side of Navy Street. After dissolving the partnership, Kinney started a proper seaside resort, named “Venice” after the famous Italian city it was modeled after. The biggest attraction here is

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Van Nuys Home Builders

They drafted plans for the towns and roads of what would become Van Nuys, Canoga Park, and Reseda. In 1915, Los Angeles annexed the rural areas, and H. J. Whitley bought the company in order to gain controlling rights. The town, when it was founded, received its name from one of the developers – Isaac Newton Van Nuys. Annexation to Los Angeles happened after the LA aqueduct was completed, because

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Valley Village Contracting & Construction

Valley Village has North Hollywood to its north and east, Sherman Oaks to its west, and Studio City to its south. In 1994, LA Times called this neighborhood an “area of upscale residences”, a description which has stuck true to the present day. According to the 2000 census, the majority of the single-family homes here were located on residential streets. It also showed 24,190 people living in the 2.09-square-miles area,

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Tarzana Construction & Renovation

Tarzana was first occupied by Spanish Settlers in 1797, and later annexed to Mexico. In 1848, it was ceded to the U.S. after the culmination of the Mexican–American War, following which it evolved into cattle ranches under local elites’ ownerships. Investors who took over in the late 19th century turned it towards large-scale wheat farming. In 1909, General Harrison Gray Otis of LA Times invested in the owning company, acquiring

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