Police search for auto thief in Highland Park; Eagle Rock trailer park life

Dino's Parking Lot, Lincoln Heights | Steve5150/Instagram

Dino’s Parking Lot, Lincoln Heights | Steve5150/Instagram

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  • Police went door-to-door on Avenue 63 in Highland Park last night looking for a grand theft auto suspect. HPNC
  • What kind of house can you buy in Eagle Rock for $45,000?  A 950-square-foot mobile home now decorated with Elvis memorabilia. Curbed L.A.

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  1. Walking by the trailer park in question, I notice a lot of the units (easily 50%) have been vacated. Some years ago, it used to be more full. I had supposed the owner was getting rid of occupants in preparation for a different use for the space. But in light of this story, maybe there’s something else going on.

  2. Thanks for the link to article on Eagle Rock mobile home living. I saw the original listing for that mobile home when it was first listed for sale and also thought it was an amazing opportunity too good to pass up. In my opinion, mobile homes are going to be the next big thing in LA housing once people get over the idea of living in a ‘trailer park’ and embrace little house ideology.

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