Monday, October 24, 2016

RiverPark Model Home Grand Opening Set For March 14

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Excitement is building as LA Urban Homes’ newest community, RiverPark, prepares for its Model Grand Opening on Saturday, March 14th. Tours of the furnished model will begin at 10 am and refreshments will be provided.

Located in Cypress Park, this offering of just 41 single-family detached and paired residences is best reached from the corner of San Fernando Road and Arvia Street. It is situated along the scenic Los Angeles River in Taylor Yard Village — an innovative, transit-oriented, master-planned community, developed through a public-private joint development with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

RiverPark will offer contemporary 3–4 bedroom/3-bath designs, with up to 2,000 square feet. The homes feature dramatic open-concept floor plans, spacious master suites with en suite baths, state-of-the-art kitchens, energy-saving features, and much more.

Shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities are abundant — including the nearby Atwater Village — and the centrally located community is a short commute away from downtown, Glendale, and Eagle Rock, with easy access to the 2, 5 and 110 freeways. The nearby Lincoln/Cypress Metrolink Gold Line station — with bus connections to Metro Local (#28, 81, 90, 91, 94, and 251), plus Metro Rapid (751 and 794) — provides important rail connections to Metro’s expanding 87-mile Metro Rail network throughout Los Angeles County.


RiverPark is also directly adjacent to the 40-acre Rio de Los Angeles State Park, which boasts fabulous riverfront and wilderness hiking and walking trails; baseball and soccer fields; tennis courts; picnic areas; a children’s playground with splash pad; and a recreation center which is home to many activities and classes. A nearby bike path offers a scenic 7.4-mile ride along the riverbank.

Exciting plans for the restoration and revitalization of the Los Angeles River front is a major priority for the city, and there’s a proposed billion-dollar restoration plan in the works. Initial focus will be on the 11 miles of prime riverfront between downtown and Griffith Park, which includes RiverPark, and will eventually encompass over 31 miles of the Los Angeles River.

The first phase of 18 homes at RiverPark is underway with pricing from the high $500,000s. Excitement about the neighborhood is growing, and brisk sales activity is anticipated in advance of the model release.

“Interest in this unique community is running very high,” states Marisol Almonte, Sales Manager at RiverPark. “The architectural excellence of these homes, their value and the opportunity to be at the forefront of the Los Angeles River beautification project make this a real ground-floor opportunity for savvy home seekers.”

Prospective buyers are encouraged to join the interest list, which is expanding daily, for early selection of prime lots, plus construction and sales updates. Pre-sales will be based on a first-come, first-served basis. To register and learn more about the community, please visit liveriverpark.com.







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