Parkhurst Building (Historic) on 3023 2008

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Circa 1922

Built by Venice attorney/mayor Parkhurst.

California Ave
Venice, California

Spanish Colonial Revival on 3023 2008

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Interesting example of Spanish Colonial Revival style.

Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

Cadillac Hotel (Historic) on 3023 2008

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Circa 1914

Built as a hotel, the Ocean Front Walk stalwart remains one today.

401 Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

Old Power Station (Historic) on 3022 2008

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Circa 1925

The building that is now home to the Pacific Jewish Center was originally a power station.

505 Ocean front Walk
Venice, California

Sea Spray Apartments (Historic) on 3022 2008

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Circa 1922

Though some insist the quaint oceanside complex was built by Charlie Chaplin, according to Venice historian Jeffrey Stanton, the buildings and courtyard were built as exclusive apartments — The Sea Spray Apartments — in the early nineteen twenties.

517 Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

The Breeze Hotel (Historic) on 3022 2008

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Circa 1930

Now an apartment building, the former Breeze Hotel remains an important Ocean Front Walk building.

Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

Conron Building (Historic) on 3022 2008

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Circa 1915

The last Venice-style building erected by the Kinney Company, the Conron Building (now home to Sidewalk Cafe) was once home to one of Harrah’s original bingo parlors.

1401 Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

Biltmore by the Sea (Historic) on 3022 2008

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Circa 1921

Now an apartment building, this former hotel remains a mainstay of Ocean Front Walk.

417 Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California

King George Hotel (Historic) on 3021 2008

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Circa 1912

The building that’s now home to the Ocean View Apartments was once among Venice’s luxury hotels. On the beach in North Venice.

5 Rose
Venice, California

Provincial Cottage (Historic) on 3021 2008

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Circa 1906

This Provincial Cottage is said to have been owned by Venice’s developer, Abbot Kinney, and is among the older homes in Venice.

Park Pl
Venice, California

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