Of the major streets here, Olympic Boulevard, 6th Street, and La Brea Avenue, are some of the most frequently used.
According to some, the name “Miracle Mile” came from a remark made by a friend of the managing real estate developer, A.W. Ross. The former supposedly said, “From the way you talk, A.W., one would think this is really a miracle mile.” Whether or not this is how the name came to be, it certainly stuck.
Miracle Mile District’s population being as dense as it is, the place has the need for alternative transportations options. This need is soon to be met by the Purple Line subway of LA Metro, which is set to be extended right up till the Veterans Affairs Hospital. A federal ban citing methane emission concerns had stalled tunneling operations, but was overturned in 2005 when new techniques allowed preventing such problems.
The landmarks in and near the Miracle Mile neighborhood include Park La Brea Apartments, Farmers Market, The Grove, Ace Gallery, Writers Guild of America, Olympia Medical Center, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Petersen Automotive Museum, The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, El Rey Theatre, and Johnie’s Coffee Shop. Houses here are constructed in multiple styles, which means many residents get to pick the exact nature of the house they live in.
If you have need of remodeling services in this neighborhood, and seek quality and professionalism above all else, Trig Builders can definitely prove a good fit. We have a team of skilled experts for delivering the kind of results that leave you filled with admiration, thanks to their meticulous attention to every single detail of a project, and eagerness to realize customers’ specific goals when it comes to making changes in their homes.
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