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Friday, September 30, 2016

A new vision for Alvarado & Sunset

If you are looking for a peaceful and tranquil place to live, then the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Alvarado Street in Echo Park is probably not the place for you. Developer Clyde Wood readily concedes that anyone seeking suburban peace and quiet should probably head for Calabasas and not the 20-unit apartment complex he is building steps away from the intersection. Still, who is going to pay $1,400 a month to live in a studio apartment near what one blogger described as “an intersection of drugs, homelessness, and 24-hour despair“? Read more in Home & History.

Image from Rock Ridge Investment Group



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