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1994 Aerial Photo

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Normont Terrace got it's name from being situated roughly between Vermont and Normandie avenues to the east and west and was bounded by P.C.H. on the south side. Normont Terrace was built to house Navy personnel during World War II. But the project - originally intended as temporary military housing - had become a run-down public housing project owned by the City of Los Angeles' Housing Authority by the 1980s. Normont Terrace was comprised of 400 units on 37.6 acres of land.