Rainbow Canyon View
Mount Washington is one of the first beautiful, leafy, secluded neighborhoods, North East of downtown Los Angeles. It was founded in 1909, a historic area. It includes the Southwest Museum, the world headquarters of the Self-Realization Fellowship, and Eldred Street, one of the three steepest streets in Los Angeles. It offers one of the best school districts in the city, Mt Washington Elementary. Interest to know more about the school, click here. There is a Gold Line subway stop at Southwest Museum Station, which is a few stops to downtown Los Angeles, China Town, Little Tokyo and Old Town Pasadena. Mt Washington map. Mount Washington population is 13,531 in 2008, based on L.A. Department of City Planning estimates. Mostly Latino (61.2%), white (20.8), Asian (12.8), other (2.7%), according to Los Angeles Times. Mount Washington (tract 1851) has a median household income of about $60,000; and 30% of its residents have a household income greater than $100,000 per year; neighboring census tracts shared with Mount Washington and other neighborhoods also have somewhat similar income data.
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