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important notice: prospective & Current homeowners
As a condominium association and National Historic Landmark, the Village Green is necessarily governed by rules and policies. If you are considering making an alteration to your unit, please be advised that, with certain exceptions, proposed alterations must first be approved by the Board of Directors.
For work requiring approval, first submit a completed Alteration Application to the Association's Design Review Committee for review. The committee meets monthly and makes recommendations to the Board. Contact the Village Green office for an application.
Please save yourself time and money. BEFORE altering your unit, review the Village Green Handbook, and follow the rules.
The Village Green is a 629 unit development located in Los Angeles, California on 68 acres of spacious urban forest. Originally Baldwin Hills Village, it was built in 1941 and renamed The Village Green in 1973 when converted to condominiums. The Village Green was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2001.
The architecture and landscape design place residential buildings in secluded courts connected by pedestrian walkways leading to wide lawns spotted by mature trees. Garages and parking are on the periphery of the property allowing a quiet atmosphere despite an active community of neighbors.