Hollywood Boulevard Commercial & Entertainment District


Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District consists of twelve blocks between the 6200 and 7000 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. This strip of commercial and retail businesses is recognized for its historical significance and was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Home to the sites of some of Hollywood's earliest movie theaters and lavish movie palaces (many of which are still standing and date back to the early 1900s), the district's boundaries encompass over 100 buildings serving commercial, retail, and entertainment related businesses that sit between Argyle Avenue and El Centro Boulevard along Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. With its array of theaters which catered to the local film industry along with its close proximity to major film production studios, the region is generally known for its significant role in the history of cinema.

Developed, 1872

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