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SCHLYEN HOUSE 4773 W. Los Feliz Blvd. CHC-2015-4245-HCM ENV-2015-4246-CE Agenda packet includes 1. Final Staff Recommendation Report 2. Categorical Exemption 3. Under Consideration Staff Recommendation Report 4. Nomination Please click on each document to be directly taken to the corresponding page of the PDF.
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Los Angeles Department of City Planning RECOMMENDATION REPORT PROJECT: Historic-Cultural Monument Application for the SCHLYEN HOUSE REQUEST: Declare the property a Historic-Cultural Monument OWNER(S)/ Anthony Gabriele & Truong Mai APPLICANT(S): 4773 Los Feliz Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90027 RECOMMENDATION That the Cultural Heritage Commission: 1. Declare the subject property a Historic-Cultural Monument per Los Angeles Administrative Code Chapter 9, Division 22, Article 1, Section 22.171.7. 2. Adopt the staff report and findings. MICHAEL J. LOGRANDE Director of Planning [SIGN1907 [SIGNED ORIGINAL IN FILE] [SIGNED ORIGINAL IN FILE] Ken Bernstein, AICP, Manager Lambert M. Giessinger, Preservation Architect Office of Historic Resources Office of Historic Resources [SIGNED ORIGINAL IN FILE] Shannon Ryan, City Planning Associate Office of Historic Resources Attachments: Historic-Cultural Monument Application CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION HEARING DATE: February 4, 2016 TIME: 10:00 AM PLACE : City Hall, Room 1010 200 N. Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 CASE NO.: CHC-2015-4245-HCM ENV-2015-4246-CE Location: 4773 W. Los Feliz Boulevard / 2210 N. Berendo Street Council District: 4 Community Plan Area: Hollywood Area Planning Commission: Central Neighborhood Council: Los Feliz Legal Description: Tract TR 3733, Block None, Lot 7
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CHC-2015-4245-HCM 4773 Los Feliz Blvd. / 2210 N. Berendo St. Page 2 of 4 FINDINGS The Schlyen House "embodies the distinguishing characteristics of an architectural-type specimen, inherently valuable for study of a period, style or method of construction” as an example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style. CRITERIA The criterion is the Cultural Heritage Ordinance which defines a historical or cultural monument as any site (including significant trees or other plant life located thereon) building or structure of particular historic or cultural significance to the City of Los Angeles, such as historic structures or sites in which the broad cultural, economic, or social history of the nation, State or community is reflected or exemplified, or which are identified with historic personages or with important events in the main currents of national, State or local history or which embody the distinguishing characteristics of an architectural type specimen, inherently valuable for a study of a period style or method of construction, or a notable work of a master builder, designer or architect whose individual genius influenced his age. SUMMARY Architect David F. Picken designed this Spanish Colonial Revival house in 1924 for Russian immigrant and pharmacist, Joseph Schlyen. Picken designed several homes in a variety of revival styles in the Los Feliz area. The Schlyen House is situated on a 16,234 square foot walled and gated lot on the corner of Los Feliz Boulevard and North Berendo Street. The lot includes one of
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