Because Echo Park is home base for us, the fact that the community has experienced a stunning gentrification over the last several years is an accepted part of life. For those of you who have not been to our neck of the woods these past few years, I invite you to come on over and look around.
One factor that has helped the area blossom was the $45 million renovation of Echo Park Lake. But don’t take it from me. Here’s a clip from an article in the Los Angeles Times which paints a picture that those who live here or simply visit, enjoy.
“Now that Echo Park Lake has been so beautifully restored, this is the neighborhood’s grand promenade, where you can see everybody strolling, running, doing tai chi or yoga, fishing, napping, painting or having a picnic on the grass. In terms of eating in the neighborhood choices are vast, from taco trucks and new-wave tacquerias to vegan and vegetarian spots, great coffee shops, diners, dive bars, and one of L.A.’s longest-running French restaurants, Taix.”
And while you are in town, swing by our office and take a look at the residential and investment opportunities that are available in the area. We would be delighted to show you our inventory.