Contents 1 History 2 Transportation 2.1 Subway 2.2 Metro 3 Features 4 MacArthur Park connection 5 The boulevard from west to east 6 Landmarks from west to east 7 Major intersections 8 In popular culture 9 See also 10 References 11 Further reading 11.1 Books 12 External links


History[edit] Much of the length of Wilshire Boulevard can be traced back to the indigenous Tongva people who used it to bring back tar from the La Brea pits in today's Miracle Mile section of Wilshire Blvd, back to their settlement on the coast. This road was later used by Spanish explorers and settlers, calling it El Camino Viejo ('The Old Road'). The route that ultimately became Wilshire crossed the original pueblo of Los Angeles and five of the original Spanish land grants, or ranchos.[6] Wilshire was pieced together from various streets over several decades. It began in the 1870s as Nevada Avenue in Santa Monica, and in the 1880s as Orange Street between Westlake (now MacArthur) Park and downtown. Nevada and Orange were later renamed as parts of Wilshire.[6] The boulevard was named for Henry Gaylord Wilshire (1861–1927), an Ohio native who made and lost fortunes in real estate, farming, and gold mining.[7] In 1895 he began developing 35 acres of a barley field,[8] stretching westward from Westlake Park for an elite residential subdivision, and donated to the city a strip of land 120 feet wide by 1,200 feet long for a boulevard, on the conditions that it would be named for him and that railroad lines and commercial or industrial trucking would be banned.[6] The road first appeared on a map under its present name in 1895.[9] A historic apartment building on the corner of Wilshire Blvd. and S. Kenmore Ave., the Gaylord, carries his middle name.[10][11] The Wilshire Boulevard home of J. Paul Getty was used as the filmset for the 1950 film Sunset Boulevard: it was demolished in 1957.[12]


Transportation[edit] Main articles: Purple Line (Los Angeles Metro) and Red Line (Los Angeles Metro) Subway[edit] The Purple and Red subway lines of the Los Angeles Metro run along Wilshire Boulevard from just past the 7th/Figueroa Street station before serving the Westlake/MacArthur Park and Wilshire/Vermont stations, where the Purple Line continues along Wilshire to serve two stations at Normandie Avenue and at Western Avenue in Koreatown, while the Red Line branches off to terminate in North Hollywood. The construction of the future Purple Line extension along Wilshire Boulevard commenced in November 2014. The construction timeline would see the project from the existing Wilshire/Western station to the planned Wilshire/La Cienega station on the corner of Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevard, to be completed by 2023. The second and third phases of the Purple Line extension, when fully completed, will extend to Westwood/VA Hospital, and will follow Wilshire Boulevard for most of its route. Phase four to downtown Santa Monica is still in the planning stages. Metro[edit] Metro Local Line 20, Metro Rapid Line 720, and Santa Monica Transit Line 2 operate along Wilshire Boulevard. Due to the high ridership of line 720, 60-foot (18 m) NABI articulated buses are used on this route, and bus lanes are in place along some segments of the line.


Features[edit] All of the boulevard is at least four lanes in width, and most of the portion between Hoover Street and Robertson Boulevard has a raised center median. The widest portion is in the business district of central Westwood, where mobs of pedestrians crossing Wilshire at Westwood Boulevard must traverse ten lanes (including two left-turn pockets). According to a 1991 study by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, this and the nearby intersection of Wilshire and Veteran are among the busiest in Los Angeles.[13] The boulevard's widest portion is in Westwood and Holmby Hills, where it expands to six, and briefly, eight lanes. The sections of Wilshire Boulevard in the city of Los Angeles are notorious for their giant potholes.[14]


MacArthur Park connection[edit] Wilshire Boulevard formerly ended at the MacArthur Park lake, but in 1934 a berm was built for it to cross and link up with the existing Orange Street (which ran from Figueroa to Alvarado) into downtown Los Angeles. Orange Street was renamed Wilshire and extended east of Figueroa to Grand. This divided the lake into two halves; the northern half was later drained.


The boulevard from west to east[edit] Wilshire Boulevard runs through the following: Santa Monica (city) West Los Angeles (neighborhood) Brentwood (neighborhood) Sawtelle (neighborhood) Westwood (neighborhood) Holmby Hills (neighborhood) Beverly Hills (city) Beverly Grove (neighborhood) – boulevard flanks southern edge Carthay (neighborhood) – boulevard flanks northern edge Miracle Mile (historic stretch of the boulevard) Hancock Park (neighborhood) Wilshire Park (neighborhood) Koreatown (neighborhood) Westlake (neighborhood) Downtown Los Angeles


Landmarks from west to east[edit] Los Angeles National Cemetery Wilshire Federal Building Hammer Museum Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel Wilshire Regent Sinai Temple Los Angeles Country Club Beverly Hilton Hotel The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel Rodeo Drive Sterling Plaza Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Larry Flynt Publications Saban Theatre (formerly Fox Wilshire Theater) Johnie's Coffee Shop Petersen Automotive Museum Academy Museum of Motion Pictures (to be constructed) Hancock Park Los Angeles County Museum of Art La Brea Tar Pits and George C. Page Museum El Rey Theatre E. Clem Wilson Building Ebell of Los Angeles Los Altos Apartments Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theatre Wilshire Boulevard Temple St. Basil Catholic Church Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools (former site of the Ambassador Hotel) Southwestern University School of Law (in the former Bullocks Wilshire department store The Town House Lafayette Park Bryson Apartment Hotel Park Plaza Hotel MacArthur Park (formerly Westlake Park) Good Samaritan Hospital Wilshire Grand Tower (completed)


Major intersections[edit] The entire route is in Los Angeles County. Location Destinations Notes Santa Monica Ocean Avenue Lincoln Boulevard West Los Angeles I-405 (San Diego Freeway) – Sacramento, Long Beach Interchange; former SR 7; I-405 exit 55B Sepulveda Boulevard Westwood Boulevard Beverly Glen Boulevard Beverly Hills SR 2 (Santa Monica Boulevard) La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles Fairfax Avenue La Brea Avenue Crenshaw Boulevard Western Avenue Vermont Avenue Alvarado Street SR 110 – San Pedro, Pasadena Interchange; SR 110 exit 23A Figueroa Street Former US 6 Grand Avenue


In popular culture[edit] American singer Lana Del Rey mentions Wilshire Boulevard in the song Honeymoon on her 2015 album of the same name, as well as American Rapper Nipsey Hussle, in the song "Dreamin'" on his fifth mixtape titled "The Marathon".[15] The 1997 film Volcano features the boulevard being destroyed by volcanic lava. On March 9, 1997, American East Coast rapper The Notorious B.I.G. was seated in the front passenger seat of an SUV, which came to a stop at the red light at the intersection of Wilshire and Fairfax. Another vehicle pulled up next to them, and the driver drew out a pistol and shot B.I.G. four times in a drive-by shooting, killing him.


See also[edit] Ernest L. Webster, Los Angeles City Council member, 1927–31, helped introduce traffic-signal system Harold A. Henry, Los Angeles City Council president active in beautifying the boulevard


References[edit] ^ Bullock, Dave (03 March 2008). "A Lesson in Internet Anatomy: The World's Densest Meet-Me Room". Wired. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ "One Wilshire: Telco Hotel Central". Center for Land Use Interpretation. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ Ottens, Cale (22 August 2013). "Life at the top: In L.A.'s skyscrapers, diverse firms, great views". LA Times. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ Masters, Nathan (11 April 2012). "How the Miracle Mile Got Its Name: A Brief History of L.A.'s Unlikely Retail District". KCET.com. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ Roderick (2005), 105 ^ a b c "Birth of the Boulevard | Los Angeles Conservancy". www.laconservancy.org. Retrieved 2016-10-15.  ^ Hawthorne, Christopher (23 March 2013). "Wilshire Boulevard, a Main Street that stands apart". LA Times. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ Roderick (2005), 16 ^ Roderick (2005), 10 ^ "History". The Historic Gaylord Apartments. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ Meares, Hadley (June 21, 2013). "The Gaylord Apartments: Luxury, Socialism, and L.A.'s First Failed Co-op". Departures. KCET. Retrieved 19 March 2016.  ^ "The top houses from the movies". Daily Telegraph.  ^ Hill-Holtzman, Nancy (06 January 1991). "Westside Has L.A.'s Busiest Intersections : Traffic: A city survey attributes the rush of cars to population growth and the area's attractions." LA Times. Accessed 21 September 2013. ^ Steven Leigh Morris, "L.A. Metro Buses Hammered By Potholes on Aging Wilshire Boulevard," LA Weekly, 5 September 2008. ^ "Lana Del Rey releases eerie new track, 'Honeymoon'". Entertainment Weekly's EW.com. 


Further reading[edit] Books[edit] Roderick, Kevin; J. Eric Lynxwiler (2005). Wilshire Boulevard: The Grand Concourse of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA: Angel City Press. ISBN 1-883318-55-6.  Rosen, Louis (2011). Henry Gaylord Wilshire: The Millionaire Socialist. Los Angeles, CA: School Justice Institute. ISBN 9780615521244


External links[edit] Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Wilshire. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Wilshire Boulevard. Wilshire Wonders (kcet.org) Curating the City: Wilshire Blvd An excerpt from "Wilshire Boulevard: Grand Concourse of Los Angeles", by Kevin Roderick v t e Streets in Los Angeles and the metropolitan area Numbered streets 1–10 1st 3rd 11–40 41–250 Avenues North–south streets Alameda Alvarado Atlantic Blvd./Atlantic Ave. Avalon Blvd. Aviation Blvd. Beverly Dr. Broadway Cahuenga Blvd. Central Ave. Crenshaw Blvd. Doheny Dr. Fairfax Ave. Figueroa Garfield Ave. Glendale Blvd./Brand Blvd. Gower Grand Avenue Highland Ave. Hill Hoover La Brea Ave./Hawthorne Blvd. La Cienega Blvd. Laurel Canyon Blvd./Crescent Heights Blvd. Lincoln Blvd. Los Angeles Main Normandie Ave. Ocean Ave. Robertson Blvd. Rosemead Blvd./Lakewood Blvd. San Fernando Rd. San Pedro Sawtelle Blvd. Sepulveda Blvd. Sierra Hwy. Soto Pacific Blvd./Long Beach Blvd. Vermont Ave. Vine Western Ave. Westwood Blvd. Wilcox Avenue East–west streets Adams Blvd. Alondra Blvd. Arrow Hwy. Artesia Blvd. Bandini Blvd. Beverly Blvd. Carroll Ave. Carson Century Blvd. Compton Blvd./Marine Ave. Del Amo Blvd. El Segundo Blvd. Florence Ave. Franklin Ave. Garvey Ave. Hollywood Blvd. Imperial Hwy. Jefferson Blvd. Lomita Blvd. Los Feliz Blvd. Manchester Ave./Firestone Blvd. Manhattan Beach Blvd. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Melrose Ave. Montana Ave. Mulholland Dr. Nadeau Olympic Blvd. Pico Blvd. Rosecrans Ave. Santa Monica Blvd. Slauson Ave. Sunset Blvd./Cesar Chavez Ave. Temple Valley Blvd. Vernon Ave. Venice Blvd. Washington Blvd. Whittier Blvd. Wilshire Blvd. The Valleys Arrow Hwy. Balboa Blvd. Beverly Glen Blvd. Cahuenga Blvd. Coldwater Canyon Ave. Colorado Blvd. Foothill Blvd. Glenoaks Blvd. Lankershim Blvd. Laurel Canyon Blvd. Mulholland Dr. Reseda Blvd. Riverside Dr. San Fernando Rd. Sepulveda Blvd. Sierra Hwy. Sunland Blvd./Vineland Ave. Topanga Canyon Blvd. Valley Blvd. Van Nuys Blvd. Ventura Blvd. Victory Blvd. Intersections and traffic circles Hollywood and Vine Los Alamitos Circle Diagonal streets Centinela Ave./Bundy Dr. San Vicente Blvd. California Incline Streets in San Pedro Gaffey Western Ave. Alleyways Olvera Santee Alley In popular culture 77 Sunset Strip "All I Wanna Do" "Blue Jay Way" "Dead Man's Curve" "Down Rodeo" "I Love L.A." Mulholland Drive "Pico and Sepulveda" "LA Devotee" Sunset Boulevard (film, musical) All un-suffixed roads are streets unless otherwise noted. Authority control LCCN: sh2005004454 Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wilshire_Boulevard&oldid=813230175" Categories: Wilshire BoulevardStreets in Los AngelesStreets in Santa Monica, CaliforniaBoulevards in the United StatesWilshire, Los AngelesEconomy of Los AngelesStreets in Beverly Hills, CaliforniaKoreatown, Los AngelesMid-Wilshire, Los AngelesWestwood, Los AngelesBus rapid transit in CaliforniaHidden categories: Articles using KML from WikidataArticles needing additional references from April 2008All articles needing additional referencesWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiers


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