Estate Jewelers of South Pasadena



16 Towns

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Altadena

Altadena

Upper Pasadena (or Altadinky) The Facts What It Is: An 8.7-square-mile area in unincorporated L.A County, located between the San Gabriels and Pasadena, seventeen miles northeast of downtown L.A. Elevation: 1,342 ft. Population: 42,610 Ethnic Diversity: 39% Caucasian, 31% African American, 20% Hispanic, 3% Asian, 2 % American Indian Median Household Income: 60,549 Key Players [...]

Alhambra

Alhambra

Gateway to the San Gabriel Valley The Facts What it is: A 7.5-square-mile city eight miles east of downtown L.A; the San Bernadino Freeway (I-10) runs through the south end of town, and the 710 Freeway ends at Valley Blvd. Population: 85,804 Ethnic Diversity: 47% Asian, 35% Hispanic, 30% Caucasian, 2% black or African-American Median [...]

Arcadia

Arcadia

Home of…Homes The Facts What It Is: An eleven-square-mile city due east of Pasadena Population: 55,992 Ethnic Diversity: 46% Caucasian, 45% Asian, 11% Hispanic, 1% African-American Median Household Income: $56,100 Key Player During American statehood, Elias J. “Lucky” Baldwin began developing the area as an agricultural paradise, building himself a Queen Anne mansion and a [...]

Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock

That’s Right, You Heard Me: Eagle Rock is Hip! The Facts What It Is: An L.A community bordered by Pasadena to the west, Glendale to the east and north and Highland Park to the south Population: 17,763 Ethnic Diversity: 47% Caucasian, 39% Hispanic, 25% Asian, 2% African-American Median Household Income: $47,488 Key Players Occidental College [...]

Glendale

Glendale

The Valley Valley The Facts What It Is: A 30.6 square-mile city west of Pasadena and seven miles north of L.A. Population: 201,326 Ethnic Diversity: 66% Caucasian (including 30% Armenian and 20% Hispanic), 16% Asian, 1% African-American Sister Cities: several, including Hiroshima, Japan and Kapan, Armenia Median Household Income: $41,805 Key Players In 1784, a [...]

Hermon

Hermon

The Little Town that Could The Facts What It Is: A half-square-mile L.A community bordered by Highland Park to the north and west, El Sereno to the south and Monterey Hills to the east Population: 3,327 Ethic Diversity: No statistics available; presumably the majority groups are Hispanic and Anglo Number of Homes: 1,100 Number of [...]

Highland Park

Highland Park

Arroyo Arts Haven The Facts What It Is: A 3.76-square-mile section of L.A west of South Pasadena and south of Eagle Rock Population: 58,051 Ethnic Diversity: 73% Hispanic and/or white, 12% Caucasian, and 3% African American Key Players In the early 20th century, Highland Park was a mecca for intellectual practitioners of the Arts & [...]

La Cañada Flintridge

La Cañada Flintridge

We Moved Here for the Schools… The Facts What It Is: An 8.5-square-mile city thirteen miles northeast of downtown L.A., stretching along the San Gabriels and bordered by Glendale to the south, La Crescenta to the west, and Altadena and Pasadena to the east Population: 21,555 Ethnic Diversity: There must be a minority somewhere around [...]

La Crescenta & Montrose

La Crescenta & Montrose

I Thought This Was Glendale! The Facts What It Is: Sister suburbs at the bast of the San Gabriel Mountains, north of Glendale and west of La Cañada, about twelve miles north of downtown L.A; unincorporated, they are overseen by the L.A County goverment Population: 18,532 Ethnic Diversity: White folks make up a considerable majority, [...]

Monrovia

Monrovia

Small Town U.S.A The Facts What It Is: A fourteen-square-mile city bordered by the San Gabriel Mountains to the north, Pasadena to the west, Arcadia to the south and Azusa to the east Population: 37,996 Ethnic Diversity: Primarily Caucasian and Hispanic, but also 9% African-American and 7% Asian, the latter of which is oddly small [...]

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