Combining rolling hills, architectural diversity, and a wealth of critically-acclaimed gastro-pubs, eateries, and night life; Echo Park is a dynamo of a neighborhood, full of one-of-a-kind experiences waiting to happen.
Centrally located on Los Angeles’s East side and composed of four distinct, culturally significant sub-neighborhoods – Angelino Heights, Elysian Heights, Historic Filipino Town, and Edendale – the Echo Park community is a true Los Angeles melting pot and one of the most exciting places to live and work that you’re likely to come across!
Home to Dodger Stadium, Echo Park Lake, Grace E. Simons Lodge, The Echoplex, and a number of nationally renowned music and art festivals, Echo Park is a neighborhood that demands your attention. If you thrive on the creative energy and vibrant collaboration that drive this lively community, then look no further: Echo Park is the neighborhood for you.
The Real Estate Market:
Full of prime hillside land lots and boasting an impressive architectural pedigree, Echo Park Real Estate represents a first rate opportunity for investment and development for the savvy owner or well-informed buyer. Connect with a memeber of our crew to learn more about your Echo Park real estate prospects. Our agents have the experience and expertise to help you unlock the value potential of your Echo Park property or help you discover the hidden gem that’s right for you. It’s all part of Our Refreshing Approach. And it all starts HERE.
Echo Park is centrally located among Los Angeles’ most vibrant East side neighborhoods with easy access to the 5, 10, 101, 110, and Glendale (a.k.a. the 2) Freeways. The neighborhood is bisected by Sunset Blvd and Echo Park Ave. The location is ideal for commuters working in Downtown LA, Mid-Wilshire, Silver Lake, Los Feliz, Hollywood, and Glendale.
It’s close proximity to the 10 freeway provides relatively quick routes to Santa Monica, Culver City, and Venice in spite of it’s location’s relative distance.
According to the Echo Park Historical Society, there are no official Echo Park neighborhood borders. However, with slight variations it’s generally agreed upon that the neighborhood’s borders are as follows: the Western border runs along Alvarado St. north from Beverly Blvd. to the 2 Freeway and continues north from there until The Los Angeles River. The Northern border consists of the Los Angeles River east of the 2 freeway to where it intersects with the 5 and 110 freeways at the Northeast edge of Elysian Park. The Eastern border then runs south along the 110 Freeway to where it intersects with Beverly Blvd. Finally, the Southern border runs along Beverly east of the 110 freeway, west to Alvarado St. The Echo Park neighborhood is East of Silver Lake, South of Atwater Village and Glassell Park, West of Cypress Park and Montecito Heights, and North of Downtown.