Estate Jewelers of South Pasadena



16 Towns

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Monterey Park

Monterey Park

America’s Chinatown The Facts What It Is: A 7.7-square-mile city eight miles south of Pasadena and nine miles east of downtown L.A Population: 60,051 Ethnic Diversity: 62% Asian, 29% Hispanic and/or Caucasian and darn few African-Americans, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders Median Household Income: $41,000 Key Players These pretty hills were originally inhabited by First [...]

Pasadena

Pasadena

Crown of the Valley, Rose of the Southland The Facts What It Is: A 22.5-mile city ten miles northwest of downtown L.A. Population: 143,667 Sister Cities: Mishima, Japan; Beijing, China; Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany; Vanadzor, Armenia; and Jarvenpaa, Finland Ethnic Diversity: 53.4% Caucasian, 14.4% African-American, 10% and 17% other ethnicities; within those groupings, 33% are [...]

San Gabriel

San Gabriel

Where It All Started The Facts What It Is: A 4.1-square-mile city bordered by San Marino, Temple City, El Monte, Alhambra and South Pasadena Population: 40,987 Sister City: Celaya, Mexico Ethnic Diversity: Predominantly Asian, with a 31% Hispanic minority Family Matters: 76% of residences are family (nonsingle), giving the city a high concentration of family [...]

San Marino

San Marino

Where Republicans Go to Enjoy Their Lawns The Facts What It Is: A four-square mile city just south of Pasadena and South Pasadena and nine miles northeast of downtown L.A Population: 13,665 Ethnic Diversity: Formerly the whitest place on earth, San Marino is now more than half Asian, primarily first-or second-generation Chinese immigrants Median Household [...]

Sierra Madre

Sierra Madre

Village of the Foothills The Facts What It Is: A four-square-mile town bordered by Arcadia, Pasadena, and, to the north, the San Gabriel Mountains Population: 11,146 Ethnic Diversity: 86% Caucasian (including 10% Hispanic), 6% Asian and not very many African Americans or Native Americans Median Household Income: $65,900 Key Players In 1881, Nathaniel Carter bough [...]

South Pasadena

South Pasadena

Mom & Apple Pie… and Sushi & a Latte, Too The Facts What It Is: A regular Mayberry of a town, 3.44-square-mile South Pas is bordered by Pasadena to the north, San Marino to the northeast, Alhambra to the south and Highland Park to the west Population: 24,292 Ethnic Diversity: 51% Caucasian, 16% Hispanic, 27% [...]

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