Throughout the 1920s, Windsor Village served as Los Angeles’ Westside. Located to the southwest of Hancock Park, the community is bounded by Wilshire, Olympic, Crenshaw and Lucerne boulevards.
A close-knit, quiet enclave of approximately 900 residents, Windsor’s mix of housing characterizes the well-tended neighborhood, where older homes and bungalows blend in with apartments and condominiums of more recent vintage.
Windsor Village is home of The Ebell of Los Angeles clubhouse and Wilshire Ebell Theater at 4400 Wilshire Blvd. as well as the Ruskin Art Club, the oldest women’s cultural club in the state. Also within its boundaries is Harold A. Henry Park, established through the efforts of the late councilman. A statue in Henry’s memory was dedicated to the park in May of 1970.