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Lincoln High volleyball team celebrates a turnaround

LINCOLN HEIGHTS — The Boys Volleyball Team at Lincoln High was celebrating this week after winning a CIF L.A. City Division 4 Championship, marking a big turnaround for the team, said coach Edwin Yau. The team went from a 2-11 record last year to being ranked ... Read More »

Market Watch: What are homes selling for in Lincoln Heights

LINCOLN HEIGHTS — During the last three months, the average sales price of all  homes and condos sold was $459,917  according to Redfin.com. The average home that sold had 2.3 bedrooms, 1.9 baths and 1,291-square-feet of space. The average price per square foot was $368.  Half ... Read More »

Brush fires hit Lincoln Heights & Elysian Park [updated]

Firefighters have been busy on the Eastside this afternoon, knocking down a  brush fire in Lincoln Heights shortly before another fire began in Elysian Park near Solano Canyon. Ground and air crews were deployed to fight the Elysian Park fire, which was reported at about 2:22 ... Read More »

For Sale: Lincoln Heights Mixed-Use Duplex

3321 Pasadena Avenue | $799,000 | Property Website Fabulous BOHO-CHIC Live/Work Mixed Use building in HOT Lincoln Heights – two blocks from Highland Park. Downstairs is a spacious 1200sqft space with vintage walk-in freezer, creating a unique vibe with limitless options – previously used as a ... Read More »

The first steps are being taken to make Avenue 26 more pedestrian friendly

LINCOLN HEIGHTS -- Los Angeles, as many walkers will tell you, is not the most pedestrian-friendly city. The streets near Cypress Park-Lincoln Heights Gold Line station is a typical representation of the problems pedestrians face: narrow sidewalks, speeding cars, freeway on/off ramps and poor lighting. Some improvements, however, are in the works. Read More »

City moves forward to take over Flat Top hill

City officials have approved taking ownership of more than 36 acres of undeveloped land on the border of Lincoln Heights and Montecito Heights and spending $225,000 to maintain the property as open space. City ownership of the property known as Flat Top will help resolve many of ... Read More »

Lincoln Heights coffee scene perks up

LINCOLN HEIGHTS —  The neighborhood’s coffee scene has been pretty low key. Cafe in the Heights closed about two years ago, and Cafe Zeta did not last very long. But now the team behind The Heights Deli and Bottle Shop has stepped in to fill the ... Read More »