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Below is some general information about Alhambra:

Alhambra is a city located in the western San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County, California, United States, which is approximately eight miles from the Downtown Los Angeles civic center. As of the 2010 census, the population was 83,089. The city’s ZIP codes are 91801 and 91803. Alhambra was originally promoted as a city of homes, and many of Alhambra’s homes have historical significance. They include styles such as Craftsman, Bungalow, Spanish Mediterranean, Spanish Colonial, Italian Beaux-Arts, and Arts & Crafts. Several residential areas have been designated as Historic Neighborhoods by the city, including the Bean Tract, the Midwick Tract, the Airport Tract, and the Emery Park area. There are also a large number of condominiums, rental apartments, and mixed-use residential/commercial buildings, especially in the Downtown area. The main business district of Alhambra Ñ at the intersection of Main & Garfield Ñ has been a center of commerce since 1895. By the 1950s, it had taken on an upscale look and was the place to go in the San Gabriel Valley. While unfortunately, many of the classic historical buildings have been torn down over the years, the rebuilding of Main Street has led to numerous dining, retail and entertainment establishments. Alhambra has experienced waves of new immigrants, beginning with Italians in the 1950s, Mexicans in the 1960s, and Chinese in the 1980s. As a result, a very active Chinese business district has developed on Valley Boulevard, including Chinese supermarkets, restaurants, shops, banks, realtors, and medical offices. The Valley Boulevard Corridor has become a national hub for many Asian-owned bank headquarters, although there are other nationally-recognized retailers.

The Hat, a local icon, was opened in Alhambra in 1951. It was the original, family-owned outdoor restaurant, that is now a well-known small Southern California chain. The company has kept to its roots by keeping its retro neon signs featuring a chefÕs toque and the words World Famous Pastrami. It was a prototype of today’s fast-food restaurants. Its customers consume 13 to 15 tons of pastrami per week. Shakey’s Pizza also has its headquarters in Alhambra. On the Western edge of town, the Ratkovich Company, which owns The Alhambra office complex, is moving forward with plans to build 351 condominium units on 10.5 acres, as well as a parking structure after completing the recent LA Fitness gym, valued at $190 million.

Each year, Valley Boulevard hosts the San Gabriel Valley Lunar New Year Parade and Festival, which runs from Del Mar to Garfield Avenue. The event is of such significance to the majority Asian American demographic in Alhambra that it is broadcast live on Chinese radio, KWRM AM 1370, broadcast locally on KSCI-18, and later on worldwide cable and satellite TV. From 2001 to 2008, Alhambra was the host of the Summer Jubilee, a street carnival and music concert held every Saturday, until its postponement due to loss of funds caused by the late 2000s recession.

The San Bernardino Freeway (I-10) runs through the city’s southern portions, and the Long Beach Freeway (I-710) has its northern terminus at Valley Boulevard in the far southwestern portions of the city. Major thoroughfares within the city include Atlantic and Valley boulevards, Mission Road, Fremont and Garfield avenues, and Main Street. Public transportation in Alhambra is provided by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority as well as the Alhambra Community Transit. The California High-Speed Rail Authority is considering proposals to a build high-speed rail system through Alhambra along the I-10, San Bernardino Freeway, corridor from the east city limits to west city limits. In late July 2010, the Authority told the city the options under consideration include building tracks down the center of the freeway and parallel to the freeway along Ramona Road. As proposed, there would be a 50-foot-wide deck set on top of 35-foot-high posts placed every 100 feet. The proposal is part of the high-speed rail network currently planned for California. It is part of the line between Los Angeles Union Station and San Diego, through the Inland Empire. Residents and city leaders voiced opposition to the plan to route the high-speed trains through the city in public meetings.

Source: Alhambra on Wikipedia