Located in Downtown-close Cypress Park, the 17-acre master plan has been a hot topic of conversation focused on positive progress in the area. A unique, public-private joint venture with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the transit-oriented development is at the center of the City’s L.A. River Restoration project, including a planned 51-mile greenway corridor along the riverbanks.
Almost 25,000 square feet of new retail is coming soon and Taylor Yard’s 70,000+ square feet of view-oriented walkways, comfortable lounging areas and lushly landscaped environs add value for owners who take pride in their surroundings. RiverPark offers an ideal active lifestyle for those seeking a new home in a family-friendly community in the heart of Los Angeles.
Rio de Los Angeles State Park
When you live at RiverPark, you have a whole world of fun and recreation just minutes away. Grab your backpack and head off for an afternoon hike. Let the kids go training-wheels-free on a family bike ride. Play a game of H-O-R-S-E for bragging rights—and to see who has to clean up after dinner!
These are just a few of the activities available at the adjacent Rio de Los Angeles State Park. The 40-acre expanse is right in your backyard, with an endless array of recreational and leisure opportunities, including lighted tennis and basketball courts, a lighted baseball diamond and soccer field, a children’s play area with splash pad, and paved pedestrian trails. A year-round schedule of classes and fitness programs offers a multitude of options, such as softball, tennis, Youth MMA Troops for Fitness, Sports Camp and yoga.
The area’s central location makes RiverPark convenient to the 2, 5 and 110 freeways for quick access to downtown and beyond. You can also head to the nearby Lincoln/Cypress Metrolink Gold Line station to get just about anywhere in L.A. County!
A broad variety of shopping and dining options are available in Cypress Park, as well as the surrounding neighborhoods of Atwater Village, Glassell Park and Highland Park. (Don’t miss the Yolk and Flour’s pop-up café, from the people behind the famous HeirloomLA food truck—the lasagna cupcake is a great way to get the kids to eat something hearty!)
Elysian Park is right on the other side of the river, putting L.A.’s oldest and second-largest park—as well as a family trip to a Dodgers game—within easy reach. The pedal boats and canoes at Echo Park Lake are also close at hand and fun for all ages.
Another benefit of living at RiverPark is the Sonia Sotomayor Learning Academies, located just down the street. Part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the facilities include three pilot schools and two independent charter schools for students in grades 9-12.
Your Dream Home Awaits—But Not for Long!
First move-ins are now underway at RiverPark and with quick sales in progress, new home shoppers are encouraged to visit the furnished models today. Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, the sales office at 2581 Arvia Street is best reached from the corner of San Fernando Road. Click here to join the priority interest list for a chance to get in on the best new-home opportunity in Los Angeles.
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