Located about 3 miles west of Downtown Los Angeles, Arlington Heights lies within the Historic Preservation Overlay Zone of Country Club Park. Surrounding communities include Harvard Heights on the east, Jefferson Park to the south, Mid-City to the west, and Koreatown on the North. Arlington Heights lies between the Santa Monica Freeway on the south side and West Olympic Boulevard on the north; the east-west borders are Crenshaw Boulevard and S. Western Ave. Parts of Arlington Heights have historic homes built during the earliest expansion to the west of Los Angeles. Architectural styles that can be found include Victorian, Craftsman, and newer modern styles.
There 4 public schools within the area, and 2 private schools; there is also a public library. Nearby attractions include the L.A. Convention Center, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the La Brea Tar Pits & Museum, and the many districts of Downtown L.A. There are several small grocery markets right in the neighborhood as well as several of the larger chain grocery stores (Ralphs, Food 4 Less, Smart & Final). Many retail stores and businesses can be found along Western Ave and Pico Blvd., and restaurants offer all types of cuisines- Southern, Italian, Korean, Chinese, Mexican, Salvadoran, burgers, sandwiches, barbecue, and seafood.
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