Melrose Place is a short street connecting La Cienega Boulevard and Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. The street is best known as the setting of the 1990s soap opera Melrose Place, as well as its 2009 revival. The show follows a group of young adults who live in an apartment complex on the street. However, in reality one cannot actually live on Melrose Place. All of the buildings along it are commercial establishments; there are no apartments.
Our replica Melrose Place street sign is made in the classic “shotgun” style sign, in use between 1946 and 1967. Simple but distinct, the design features white block text on a deep blue background. The street name appears in large block letters on the top line. The block number, in this case 8400 West, is displayed underneath. The shape of the panel is contoured to the shape of the text, forming the iconic “shotgun” shape.
Our Melrose Place street sign is flat printed right here in the USA on 14-gauge steel. Its glossy, non-reflective finish that is virtually identical to the old-school porcelain of the original. And, like a good road sign should, it will stand up to the elements when installed outdoors. Take your pick of one of two sizes: the 30 in. × 10 in. size seen on signs in the field, and a scaled-down 21 in. × 7 in. version. You can also choose between one- or two-sided versions, and on the one-sided, version, you can have it printed facing either left or right. No matter what you pick, we’ve included pre-drilled holes for easy installation.
You’re not limited to just Melrose Place! We’d be happy to make a sign like this with the name of any street and and block number in Los Angeles! Get started on your custom order by contacting Jake now.)