Aliso Village was a housing development built in 1942 on the east side of Los Angeles after which the area is named. It was demolished in 1999 and a new “workforce housing” development called Pueblo del Sol now occupies the 29 acres of land. Residents of the new development enjoy open green spaces, a pool, health club, and private security patrols. The neighborhood overlaps with the Wholesale District, Arroyo Seco, and the Union Station area, and is adjacent to the downtown Arts District and the Produce District, and Brooklyn Heights on the east. The Aliso Village area is bordered on the west by S. Central Avenue, and extends about 1 block beyond the 101 Freeway on the north and east sides. The south border follows roughly along East 6th Street / Whittier Blvd. There are also many single family homes, Duplexes, condominiums and town-homes. Some of the major attractions nearby to the Aliso Village area are the Geffen Museum of Contemporary Art, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the many other districts of Downtown Los Angeles– the Old Bank District, the Jewelry District, Little Tokyo, and Chinatown.
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