Building & Landlord Data for 2217 E Santa Ana Blvd North, Los Angeles, CA 90059

Renter Risk Rating
64 %

64% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

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Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 2
Class Code 200
Zoning Code LAR1
Area 1374 sq ft
Year Built 1924

Construction

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Ownership & Management

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Name Address Owner since
Reyes, Jose And Amalia Kalmia St Los Angeles Ca 90059 09/12/03

Building data

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