Tag Archives: Landmarks Commission

Another historic district has been nominated by the Conservancy. Located at 4th Street and Ocean Park Boulevard, it comprises 15 contiguous, intact structures without no intrusion from modern apartments. It represents layers of Ocean Park architectural history in a variety … more

Landmarks Commission Report

December 1, 2018

by Ruthann Lehrer and Carol Lemlein, Advocacy Co-Chairs The long-anticipated update to the Santa Monica Historic Resources Inventory (HRI) was released to the Landmarks Commission and to the public in September. The HRI is a survey of all buildings 40 … more

Landmarks Commission Report

September 1, 2018

by Ruthann Lehrer and Carol Lemlein, Advocacy Co-Chairs The Conservancy gratefully thanks the two retiring Landmarks Commissioners — Margaret Bach and Laura O’Neill. Bach, the Commission’s historian, initiated the brief presentation of interesting aspects of Santa Monica history at each … more

by Amy Green, Commissioner As the Commission’s resident historian, Commissioner Margaret Bach opened the March meeting with a brief talk about Arcadia Bandini de Baker, providing an overview of her accomplishments and importance in shaping early Santa Monica. Two Statements … more

North of Montana Association (NOMA), in partnership with the Santa Monica Conservancy, filed an application for landmark designation of 435 Georgina, a 1913 Craftsman home that was vacant and for sale. This house had long been noted in the city’s … more