BOYLE HEIGHTS -- The two-story brick building at the southwest corner of Soto Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue has loomed over the busy Boyle Heights crossroads for more than a century. Now, after being painted, the building that is home to a Payless shoe store and a notable murals is up for sale.
BOYLE HEIGHTS - Resurrection Catholic School has won a $500,000 grant to introduce new technology and small-group instruction to the small school as part of a nationwide program to revitalize urban Catholic schools.
We are looking for a home for this adorable little rescue cat. We found her outside where I work in Boyle Height and she is staying at our apartment in Mt. Washington now. Her name is Studio, but we mostly call her QT. She is less ... Read More »
We found a puppy on E. 11th Street in Boyle Heights. Update: The owner has been found! Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Read More »
BOYLE HEIGHTS -- The spongy path that circles that Evergreen Cemetery attracts plenty of walkers and joggers. But can it attract a fitness center to Boyle Heights?
BOYLE HEIGHTS -- The murals of Boyle Heights wrap around the facades of storefronts and public housing projects and pop up in alleyways and churches. But while there has been much effort in preserving and repairing existing murals, there has been little in the way of major new work, prompting Boyle Heights Beat to say a revival in murals has skipped over Boyle Heights.
2744 Guirado St | $2,275 | Property Website Bright and tranquil vintage home with lovely views of Downtown LA is up for grabs. It features beautiful front and back yard areas – ideal for gardening, relaxing and entertaining. This home has lots of traditional features such ... Read More »
BOYLE HEIGHTS -- Construction of the new Sixth Street Viaduct will not start for several months, and the $420 million project wont be completed until 2019 if things go on schedule. But there was plenty of fanfare - and ceremonial shovels - on Friday during a ground breaking for the new bridge linking Boyle Heights to the L.A. Arts District, reports Streetsblog L.A.
BOYLE HEIGHTS --A strip of First Street storefronts across from Mariachi Plaza has gone up for sale in an area where growing signs of development and gentrification have stirred up opposition.
BOYLE HEIGHTS — It was more than 120 years ago when two prominent Boyle Heights leaders and landowners, William H. Workman and Elizabeth Hollenbeck, agreed to donate 25 acres to create a park in the base of an arroyo. After the city agreed to develop the park and build a dam to create a lake, Hollenbeck Park was dedicated in 1893.