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California Mid-Century Modern Residential Buildings (page 1)

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Polynesia Apartments
Canoga Park, CA
Marina Apartments
Playa Del Rey, CA
The Polynesia Apartments were designed by Max Resnick and built in 1962. The relief was designed by Max Tuttle. There was originally a large canopy entrance at the right. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

The Marina Apartments were built in 1961. [map]

Sheats Apartments
Los Angeles, CA
The Sheats Apartments were designed by John Lautner and built in 1949. They were designed as housing for students at nearby UCLA. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Hauser Apartments
Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Biltmore Apartments
Los Angeles, CA
The Hauser Apartments were built around 1958. The building was previously painted white with green trim. [map]

The Hollywood Biltmore Apartments were built in 1958 as the Hollywood Riviera Apartments. The building was designed by Kenneth N. Lind. For more, see this website. [map]

Vista Magna Apartments
Arcadia, CA
2008: 2013:
The Vista Magna Apartments were built in 1962. [map]

Valley Ambassador Apartments
Valley Village, CA
The Valley Ambassador Apartments appear to be from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

apartment building
Glendale, CA
This apartment building in Glendale was built in 1963. [map]

Townhouse Covina
Covina, CA
Townhouse Arrow
Covina, CA
The Townhouse Covina was built in 1966. [map]

The Townhouse Arrow was built in 1969. [map]

Montclair Apartments
Santa Rosa, CA
The Montclair Apartments were built in 1963. [map]

Saloman Apartments
San Diego, CA
The Saloman Apartments were designed by Henry H. Hester and built in 1959. The building has been renamed 3200 Sixth Avenue. For more, see this website. [first two photos thanks Gregory May] [map]

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