Hollywood Heights is a neighborhood filled with unique and interesting architecture.
It is located within the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, California and bounded by Highland Avenue, Outpost Estates, Franklin Avenue, and the Hollywood Bowl.
One of the most recognizable residences in the neighborhood is the Samuel Freeman House. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and later expanded by Rudolf Schindler. It is one of Wright’s textile-block houses.
Architect Carl Kay designed the area’s most unique structure known as the High Tower. It’s a five story private elevator that leads to a streamline moderne fourplex (also designed by Kay) and provides access to the Alta Loma Terrace neighborhood.
Read more about the architecture of the Hollywood Heights and the surrounding neighborhoods.