Peak Place by Heyday

Peak Place by Heyday


Why move to the suburbs when living in the urban community makes more sense?

Heyday Partnership, the small-lot real estate developers who brought us Eagle Rock’s Rock Row, Echo Park’s Dick+Jane, and Silver Lake’s Buzz Court, have graced NeLA with 6 new construction LEED gold-certified homes.   Only 2 small-lot homes remain in the Glassell Park development: 3001 Peak Place for $635,000 on the southeast corner and 3002 Peak Place for $630,000 on the west-facing middle lot.

You can cruise down Fletcher Drive and miss the marvel that is Peak Place.  If you topped a modernist sugar cube with a Quaker offset roof, you’d get this architectural love baby.

2nd floor landing

At 3 bedrooms, 1.75 baths and approximately 1,900 square feet, each home comes with a 2-car garage, a private garden courtyard from the living room, an extra sitting area on the 2nd floor, 18-foot ceilings in the spacious master bedroom, and skylights for an abundance of natural light.


Master Bedroom

What makes these homes LEED, short for Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, gold-certified?  A bevy of sustainable features, including: a tankless water heater; panoramic dual-pane windows; sustainable wood flooring; water-efficient bathroom fixtures; drought-tolerant landscaping; and low-energy heating and A/C with a smart Nest thermostat.

The elevated kitchen and dining areas come with a Nelson bubble lamp, stainless steel appliances, and sleek silestone countertops.


A favorite component of the home is the great flow from the living room to the private courtyard — perfect for an herb garden, a future barbeque grill, and entertaining friends on a sunny day.

Living Room

For private showings and additional information, please e-mail Jovelle Schaffer here.

Courtyard Garden

Chris Furstenberg of Furstenberg Realty represents the Seller.



  1. Heather Presha says

    Fab! Looks beautiful!

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