The white peeling bark looks like eucalytpous, but the leaves look like Lophostemon confertus (Brisbane box).

Found in urban setting in Inglewood, California.

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I agree that it appears to be a eucalyptus. It's hard to tell without a better view of the leaves and "fruit", but to me it looks like a Corymbia maculata (spotted gum).

Here's some detail about the Corymbia maculata from CalPoly San Luis Obispo https://selectree.calpoly.edu/tree-detail/corymbia-maculata

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