offers fabulous shopping and dining opportunities.
The Beverly Center/Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles, known for its original Spanish two-story homes, original duplexes and single-family homes, borders the Mid Los Angeles and Fairfax Districts as well as Hancock Park. Beverly Center/Miracle Mile was originally established in the 1920s by developer A.W. Ross, who sought to create a commercial district that could rival those that were already developed, like Downtown Los Angeles. The many original Spanish two-story homes, duplexes and single-family homes enjoy access to one of the city’s most densely populated sections. Beverly Center/Miracle Mile is home to the world-famous Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art (LACMA), the La Brea Tar Pits and the Petersen Automotive Museum, which all make up Museum Row.
Beverly Center/Miracle Mile bounded on the north by the famous Melrose Ave., with all of its stores and restaurants, on the east by La Brea Ave., on the west by San Vicente Blvd., and on the south by Pico Blvd., the Beverly Center - Miracle Mile area is sandwiched between the city of Beverly Hills and the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles, and encompasses zip codes 90019, 90035, 90036, and 90048.