Contents 1 History 2 Population 2.1 2013 findings 2.2 2008 estimate 2.3 2000 census 3 Geography 4 Education 5 Transportation 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

History[edit] 1927 photo showing historic Glendale–Hyperion Bridge connecting Silverlake and Atwater Village. Much of Northeastern Los Angeles was part of Rancho San Rafael, until 1868, when parts of it were purchased by W.C.B. Richardson, who renamed it Rancho Santa Eulalia. The entire region was subdivided and sold to home builders in 1902, with the Atwater Village portion being named as such due to its proximity to the Los Angeles River. The area was initially named "Atwater," while the "Village" was added in 1986.[1] Initial residents included the newly created middle-class workers employed at the nearby DWP substation. The location between the Los Angeles and Glendale city cores made it a highly sought after residential neighborhood beginning in the 1920s. The majority of homes and structures in Atwater Village have never been demolished (although many have changed in use or have been renovated), resulting in the neighborhood having one of the highest number of structures built before 1939 in Los Angeles County.[2] Today, the neighborhood is among Los Angeles' most rapidly gentrifying, with an influx of young creative professionals (sometimes called "hipsters") and businesses catering to them, spilling over from the popular Silver Lake and Los Feliz areas.

Population[edit] 2013 findings[edit] Census tracts 1883, 1881 and 1871.01 lie wholly within Atwater Village boundaries, and a large portion of census tract 1871.02 is also within Atwater Village.[3] Here are the five-year findings as reported by American Community Survey in 2013: Census tract 1883 had a median income of $31,111 and was 37.8% non-Hispanic white, 34.1% Hispanic, 20.2% Asian, 1.6% Pacific Islander and 1.1% black.[4] Census tract 1871.01 had a median income of $72,526 and was 42.9% non-Hispanic white, 34.4% Hispanic, 21.2% Asian and 1.4% black.[5] Census tract 1881 was 60.3% Hispanic, 23.9% non-Hispanic white, 13.2% Asian, 2% black and 1.3% American Indian or Alaska Native. Median income for this census tract was $30,996.[4] Census tract 1871.02 was 47.9% Hispanic, 27.5% non-Hispanic white, 13.9% Asian and 8.4% black, with a median income of $24,852.[4] 2008 estimate[edit] In 2008, the city estimated that 15,455 people lived in Atwater Village. [6] 2000 census[edit] The 2000 U.S. census counted 14,888 residents in the 1.78-square-mile Atwater Village neighborhood—or 8,379 people per square mile, an average population density for the city.The median age for residents was 34, about average for the city.[6] The neighborhood was considered highly diverse ethnically,[7] with a high percentage of Asians. The breakdown was Latinos, 51.3%; whites, 22.2%; Asians, 19.7%; blacks, 1.4%; and others, 5.4%. Mexico (27.2%) and the Philippines (20.4%) were the most common places of birth for the 49.3% of the residents who were born abroad—a high percentage, compared to the city at large.[6] The median yearly household income in 2008 dollars was $53,872, an average figure for Los Angeles. The percentages of households that earned $20,000 to $60,000 yearly were high for Los Angeles County. The average household size of 2.7 people was average for Los Angeles. Renters occupied 59.6% of the housing stock, and house or apartment owners held 40.4%. The percentage of never-married women was among the county's highest.[6]

Geography[edit] Much of Atwater lies in the old Los Angeles River flood plain, which resulted in deep, fertile soil.[8] According to the Mapping L.A. project of the Los Angeles Times, Atwater Village is bordered on the north and east by Glendale, on the southeast by Glassell Park, on the south by Echo Park, on the southwest by Los Feliz and Silver Lake and on the west by Griffith Park.[9] Street and other boundary limits are the Ventura Freeway on the north, San Fernando Boulevard on the east, and the Los Angeles River on the south and west.[6]

Education[edit] Twenty-two percent of Atwater Park residents aged 25 and older had earned a four-year degree by 2000, an average figure for both the city and the county.[6] Schools in Atwater Village are:[10] Glenfeliz Boulevard Elementary School, LAUSD, 3955 Glenfeliz Boulevard Holy Trinity Elementary School, private, 3716 Boyce Avenue Atwater Avenue Elementary School, LAUSD, 3271 Silver Lake Boulevard

Transportation[edit] Atwater village is noted for its proximity to the Interstate 5, SR 134 and Interstate 110 freeways. It is served by several Metro Bus lines, including the 92, 29, 180, 181, 201 and 780.[11] It also is adjacent to Metrolink Glendale Station.

See also[edit] List of districts and neighborhoods in Los Angeles

References[edit] ^ [1] "Eastside Lifestyle," Atwater Village History, Eastside LA Lifestyle ^ [2] "Atwater Village" Atwater Village, City Data ^ ^ a b c ^ ^ a b c d e f [3] "Atwater Village," Mapping L.A., Los Angeles Times ^ [4] Diversity "measures the probability that any two residents, chosen at random, would be of different ethnicities. If all residents are of the same ethnic group it's zero. If half are from one group and half from another it's .50." —Los Angeles Times ^ "Future looks brighter in urban Atwater", LA Times, May 25, 2003 ^ [5] Colored map, Mapping L.A., Los Angeles Times ^ [6] "Schools," Mapping L.A., Los Angeles Times ^ [7] "Metro", LA Metro Home

External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Atwater Village, Los Angeles. [8] Comments about living in Atwater Village [9] Atwater Village crime map and statistics Atwater Village book Atwater Village Chamber of Commerce Friends of Atwater Village Atwater Village Neighborhood Council Councilman Eric Garcetti's website, 13th district Places adjacent to Atwater Village, Los Angeles Burbank Glendale Glendale Griffith Park Atwater Village Forest Lawn Silver Lake Echo Park Glassell Park v t e Eastside/Northeast, Los Angeles Districts and neighborhoods Atwater Village Boyle Heights Cypress Park Eagle Rock El Sereno Garvanza Glassell Park Hermon Highland Park Lincoln Heights Montecito Heights Monterey Hills Mt. Washington Rose Hills University Hills Points of interest CSULA Heritage Square Lummis House Occidental College Southwest Museum Neighboring cities and communities City Terrace Commerce East Los Angeles Montebello LA Regions Crescenta Valley Downtown Eastside Harbor Area Greater Hollywood Northeast LA Northwest LA San Fernando Valley South LA Westside Wilshire Mid-City West Mid-Wilshire Retrieved from ",_Los_Angeles&oldid=810912755" Categories: Atwater Village, Los Angeles1912 establishments in CaliforniaNeighborhoods in Los AngelesNortheast Los AngelesPopulated places established in 1912Hidden categories: Coordinates on Wikidata

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