This neighborhood is part of the Gateway Cities in the South Bay region and the second smallest city in the LA area. It’s bordered by Bell to the north, Bell Gardens to the east, South Gate on the south, and Huntington Park on the west. In the 1910’s, the horse stables and fruit trees attracted southerners and midwesterners alike -- which lent the feel of rural charm that is still remains today.
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