The two-story brick building at Temple Street and Edgeware Road is one of those classic Eastside commercial structures that anchor countless street corners with a combination of ground floor shops and apartments above. Here, in the southern edge of Echo Park, the corner of the 1924 building is notched at the intersection to create a prominent entrance for George’s liquor store and market (In the 1930s, the Edgeware Pharmacy occupied the same space). White glazed brick frames the windows and dresses up a simple design. One of the two storefronts below is vacant while there are four apartments above, according to the Redfin listing. How much will it cost to own this classic commercial building? The asking price is $1.095 million.
August 18, 2017
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August 17, 2017
After three years of washing dishes and brewing drinks, a former corporate consultant prepares to open an Echo Park tea house
August 16, 2017
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