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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Sponsored Post: Heyday Homes on Echo Park Ave. Open House Sunday 1-4 PM

Hardy + Kevin Wronske of The Heyday Partnership invite you to visit their latest creation, Dick + Jane, a pair of Echo Park homes, this Sunday.

This Sunday Heyday is offering an exclusive viewing of their latest project, Dick + Jane, prior to listing on the MLS. Come by to take a look, have a drink, chit chat with Heyday, relax and have a good time. While the homes are officially going on the market on Sunday, we personally guarantee there will be absolutely no pressure to buy. Located steps away from Echo Park Lake, these two brand new homes – each with three bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths – finally provide an opportunity for contemporary home ownership in Echo Park.

The upslope lots offer privacy from the street and sweeping views of Sunset Boulevard. Each home is situated on its own property and has ample outdoor space with a private courtyard and a large deck over the garage. Upon entering the homes, the open split level floor plan and custom staircase clearly establish that Dick + Jane offer a level of detail truly unlike any other home in the area. Equipped with everything from built in speakers to Caesarstone countertops, the finishes are second to none. Heyday’s last project, 15 homes in Eagle Rock, sold out in less than a month so these two homes won’t be showing for long.

Click here for more details and price information.

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8 comments

  1. Ugly square boxes. Nearly no windows on one side, up against wall of the other building on other side and so no windows. Outrageously high price even for typical house there. Crummy, busy location.

    And advertising has no business being pawned off as news.

  2. Ugly, ugly, ugly.
    Clearly has a “fortress” vibe.

    What’s the point of living by the lake if your house is constructed such that you can’t see it?

  3. I don’t mind them. I also appreciate that they were built quickly and actually finished. And even though some might not like the contemporary style (I do), I appreciate that they work footprint-wise with other nearby homes. That’s a step in the right direction.

  4. that has got to be one of the worst and ugliest homes ever built in this area along with the other apartments near alvarado and sunset. sticking out like an eye soar in an old neighborhood with victorian style homes. thats the product of when you let developers come in and do what they want. HORRENDOUS!!!!

  5. I think they’re okay, but to the critics, take heart that similar projects are no longer feasible.

    Soon after these plans were approved, the Angeleno Heights HPOZ was expanded to incorporate this side of Echo Park Avenue.

    Across the street, the relatively new Echo Park Design Overlay also regulates all new construction.

  6. For a while the construction site showed architectural renderings, and in the renderings those horizontal windows on the top floor were meant to be floor to ceiling windows. Why’d they skimp? The remodel on the south end of Fairbanks ave managed to pull off their floor to ceiling windows.

    Clearly this was designed to have more windows.

    Also these remind me of the At-ats in Star wars – a couple more lasers and they’d have a sweet halloween theme.

  7. I like them! Perfect scale, nice materials, a great infill project. I hope they find owners who appreciate the neighborhood.

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