Archives for: Echo Park Culture Portfolio

  • Sep06 2018

    Echo Park Lake

    After an extensive $45 million renovation of 2 years, Echo Park Lake re-opened to the public in June of 2013. The iconic L.A. park is replete with beautiful downtown views, an annual Lotus Festival, and swan-shaped pedal boats, to name a few.

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  • Sep05 2018

    Gaspar

    New construction was once a rarity in Echo Park, but an increasing demand for housing has spurred on the development of small-lot homes.  Gaspar, a collection of homes by Planet Home Living, sits above Sunset Blvd. and commands a spectacular view of downtown L.A.  Learn more about these small-lot homes here.

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  • Mar10 2016

    Rosey Jones

    Small lot, big design.  Rosey Jones, a collection of 7 single family homes, has changed the landscape of Echo Park.  Click here for more details.

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  • Nov19 2014

    California Bungalows

    Echo Park is dotted with California bungalows — the architectural style largely preferred in the 1920s — and rightly so.  Simple, modest, and perfectly sized, home buyers love nothing more than a bungalow with original details intact.  For an example of this architectural style, view one here.

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  • Feb03 2014

    Small-Lot Homes

    New construction homes are rare in the Eastside of town, but a few real estate developers have stepped up to the challenge — building architectural, single family small-lot homes.  Heyday Partnership, who’ve previously crafted Echo Park’s Dick+Jane project, have graced Glassell Park with 6 new construction LEED gold-certified homes called “Peak Place.”

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