Saturday, November 1st; 10am to 4:30pm
Imagine living in a low-density, garden oasis like Chase Knolls (above) in the middle of America’s second-largest city. Los Angeles has one of the largest collections of garden apartments in the nation, with nearly 40 built between the late 1930s and the mid-1950s. Here’s a chance to see what life is like in historic garden apartments.
Robert Chattel, AIA will be available to discuss the careful analysis and development of a prioritized approach to phased rehabilitation of Chase Knolls buildings and landscape. Join theLA Conservancy for this special one-time-only overview and tour of Village Green in Baldwin Hills (1941), Chase Knolls in Sherman Oaks (1948), and Lincoln Place in Venice (1951).