This 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo overlooking Echo Park Lake features spectacular views, as well as hard wood floors, central air, dishwasher, washer and dryer, pool access and more. Situated in the gated Lago Vista complex – designed by modernist architect Allyn Morris – with off street parking. Offered at $499,900 .
ECHO PARK -- The big hole in the ground at Temple Street and Union Avenue is getting filled up soon as preparations begin to build a four-story apartment building.
ECHO PARK -- The LAPD Rampart Division is warning area pet owners of scam being operated by two women who were able to steal one dog by posing as officers with the department's Animal Cruelty Task Force.
ECHO PARK -- About 2,600 L.A. DWP customers in the Echo Park area have lost power this afternoon, according to an agency spokesman. The outage, first reported around 3:30 p.m., has disrupted electrical service to a wide swath of the neighborhood, ranging from Laguna Avenue near Echo Park Lake to Park Drive next to Elysian Park. Read More »
ECHO PARK -- Only a few weeks after going up for rent at more than $2,400 a month, the former Beatrice Valenzuela shop has apparently been leased to a new tenant. But who is it?
ECHO PARK -- As construction of the 18-home Morton Village project enters the final stage, a new - albeit smaller - residential development is in the works for the same block of Morton Avenue.
1701 Clinton St #311 | $499,900 2 bedroom, 1 bath condo overlooking Echo Park Lake. Features spectacular views, as well as hard wood floors, central air, dishwasher, washer and dryer, pool access and more. Situated in a gated building with off street parking. Open house: April ... Read More »
ECHO PARK -- An 18-year-old woman was in stable condition after being hit by a car in the 1400 block of Temple Street on Wednesday night, according to the Daily News.
ECHO PARK -- The owner of a helipad atop an eight-story building on Sunset Boulevard is seeking city permission to continue operating the facility in the middle of the neighborhood.
ECHO PARK — For the last the last nine months, I’ve spent mornings with my friends Audie Cornish, David Green, and Renee Montagne. Each morning we chat about the day’s news and banter about insightful social commentary. Me, the sunrise, a warm cup of coffee … and NPR in my mint green Fiat. See, every morning, the even cadence of NPR accompanies me on my commute from Echo Park to my job as editor at a real estate startup, Agent Ace, in Santa Monica