In the past year, the Eastside has grown rapidly, giving way to new businesses, restaurants and retailers, all of which have left many looking for stylish-yet-affordable homes in the area. Enter Rosey Jones—a new development of tastefully-engineered homes built specifically with this emerging class in mind. Serving as a collaboration between Greentek Investments, sheet/rockLA and Sunia Homes (whose previous work at 915 Rosemont Avenue was featured in the Dwell on Design Tour), Rosey Jones has quickly become an exciting addition to the now-thriving neighborhood of Echo Park. With seven units in total—and breathtaking views of Downtown LA included with each one of them—this is a truly unique and exciting new development community.
Each unit comes with a modern exterior consisting of cool neutral tones, native California landscaping and rustic wood detailing that adds just the right hint of warmth. Once inside, there are three bedrooms and three-and-one-half baths as well as an expansive open-concept kitchen and dining area. The kitchen specifically features Caesarstone countertops, a custom Heath Tile backsplash, illuminative skylights and stainless steel Bosch appliances. In the bathrooms you’ll find custom-made vanities, marble countertops and handmade cement tiles that skirt several floor-to-ceiling windows.
The master bedroom and living room are adorned with spacious balconies as well as an outdoor staircase that leads to a breathtaking rooftop deck. With idyllic California weather year-round, it serves as the perfect space to entertain family and friends. Down below, there is covered parking for two cars, a private patio area and modern landscaping provided by Terremoto—one of the top architectural landscaping firms in LA.
In total, Rosey Jones provides three floors and approximately 1,624 square feet of stylish living, surrounded by countless local amenities. Residents are just a few blocks from the Echo Park Lake, a nice place for a bike ride or playground session with your kids. Blue Bottle Coffee has just opened its doors, joining newly acclaimed restaurants like Dinette, Ostrich Farms and Elf. They now sit alongside Echo Park mainstays like Masa, The Brite Spot, Mohawk Bend and, of course, our neighborhood’s much-beloved taco stands.
To visit Rosey Jones take the 101 Freeway and exit Alvarado Street. From there, head north on Alvarado to Kent Street, make a left and then make a right on Rosemont Avenue. The homes at Rosey Jones will start at $779,000.
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