Little Hollywood is a small neighborhood in the southeastern edge of San Francisco. It is centered around Blanken Avenue between Bayshore Boulevard and U.S. Route 101.
The area was developed by the Crocker Estate Company in the early 1920s in what was then called the "Bayshore Tract" — "'where land and water meet,' a reference to nearby Candlestick Cove."
The name is derived from the architectural style of the first houses built in the neighborhood back in the late 1920s and early 1930s, many of them resembling homes in the Hollywood Hills.
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