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<p><b>Glassell Park</b> is a moderately diverse neighborhood in <a href="/pages/w/137467399607023">Northeast Los Angeles</a>, California, known for the high percentage of Asians and Latinos living there. The household size in Glassell Park is larger than in most other parts of Los Angeles. More than half of its 24,000+ residents were born outside the United States.</p><p>The relatively hilly neighborhood was affected by the housing boom of the early 2000s, with a rise in population. Most of the population lives in <a href="/pages/w/106311956067112">rental housing</a>, and middle-class people have been attracted there by the abundance of historic homes at relatively inexpensive cost.</p><p>The neighborhood began its urban development with subdivisions being sold in 1907. There is one high school and three other schools in Glassell Park. The <a href="/pages/w/136863033017208">Rio de Los Angeles State Park</a> is within the neighborhood.</p><h2>Population</h2><p>The 2000 U.S. census counted 23,467 residents in the 2.75-square-mile Glassell Park neighborhood—or 8,524 people per square mile, an average <a href="/pages/w/109358292415229">population density</a> for the city. In 2008, the city estimated that the population had increased to 24,816. The median age for residents was 30, about average for the city and county.</p><p>The neighborhood was considered moderately diverse ethnically, with a high percentage of Asians and Latinos. The breakdown was <a href="/pages/w/103901072978591">Latinos</a>, 66.1%; <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-Hispanic_Whites" class="wikipedia">whites</a>, 13.7%; <a href="/pages/w/105503116149620">Asians</a>, 17.4%; <a href="/pages/w/111981608818084">blacks</a>, 1.4%; and others, 1.4%. Mexico (49.3%) and the Philippines (16.2%) were the most common places of birth for the 51.5% of the residents who were born abroad—a high percentage, compared to the city at large.</p>
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Pershing Square Station is a heavy-rail subway station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located on Hill Street between 4th and 5th Streets, near Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles. This station is served by the Metro Red Line and the Metro Purple Line and various local bus services. The Metro Silver Line heading northbound to El Monte Station stops at the street level (Olive / 5th Street). The Metro Silver Line heading southbound to Harbor Gateway Transit Center does not stop near the station.