LA's Gateway to the East
Originally promoted as a "city of homes", Alhambra's offers a wide variety of homes that have historical significance. That include styles such as craftsman, bungalow, Spanish Mediterranean, Spanish colonial, Italian beaux-arts, and arts and crafts.
Alhambra's main business district at the intersection of Main and Garfield has been a center of commerce since 1895, and has been "the" place to go in the San Gabriel Valley. Recently, the rebuilding of Main Street has led to numerous dining, retail, and entertainment establishments to attract new waves of residents who can appreciate the community's diverse blend of cultures.
Located south of Pasadena and east of Lincoln Heights, Alhambra has seen immense growth in the past decade and has become a great option for new residents who enjoy a little more peace and quiet while remaining close to the busier parts of Los Angeles.