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Reynier Village
"Neighborhood of Los Angeles
"""Welcome to Reynier Village" sign located at the intersection of Cadillac & Shenandoah.
"Welcome to Reynier Village" sign located at the intersection of Cadillac & Shenandoah.
""Reynier Village is located in Western Los Angeles
Reynier Village
Reynier Village
Location within Western Los Angeles
Coordinates: 34°02′24″N 118°23′05″W / 34.0400406°N 118.3847449°W / 34.0400406; -118.3847449"Coordinates: 34°02′24″N 118°23′05″W / 34.0400406°N 118.3847449°W / 34.0400406; -118.3847449
"Country  "United States of America
"State  "California
"County "Los Angeles
"Time zone Pacific
"Zip Code 90034
"Area code(s) 310

Reynier Village is a neighborhood on the "Westside of "Los Angeles, California.



Reynier Village is bordered on the north by Cadillac Avenue, on the east by Garth Avenue, on the south by Kramerwood Place and on the west by Robertson Boulevard.[1]

Reynier Village is south of "La Cienega Heights and west of "Faircrest Heights.

The Los Angeles Times' "Mapping L.A. project places Reynier Village is in the larger neighborhood of "Mid-City.[2] However, according to the Reynier Village "neighborhood association, the village is in Zone 5 of the "South Robertson neighborhood.[1][3]


According to locals, the subdivision was named after a family whose home stood on what it now the city-maintained Reynier Park.[1]

A well-preserved 1 1/2 -story adobe in the heart of this small West Los Angeles neighborhood speaks to its early days as part of the Rancho Rincon de los Bueyes (which means "corner of the oxen"). Built in 1865 by Antonio Jose Rocha II, the privately occupied residence at 2400 Shenandoah St. in 1963 became Los Angeles' 13th historic-cultural monument.[1]

"Rocha House, the 13th "Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, is located in the village.[4]

Parks and Recreation[edit]

Facility Features include: Barbecue Pits, Basketball Courts (Lighted / Outdoor), Childrens Play Area and Picnic Tables.[5]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Spanish style still defines central pocket by Martha Groves ("Los Angeles Times, 26 February 2006)
  2. ^ [1] Location of Reynier Village on "Mapping L.A., Los Angeles Times
  3. ^ Reynier Village Neighborhood Association
  4. ^ Reynier Village by Yosuke Kitazawa ("KCET, 10 September 2012)
  5. ^ http://www.laparks.org/park/reynier
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