New Models Now Open at Riverpark!

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Construction is well underway on the final 54 residences in this spectacular Cypress Park community and half of the Phase One homes are already sold, with first move-ins planned for February. Preview pricing started at $699,000 and is expected to rise now that the new models are open. “Interest has been incredible,” exclaims Sales Manager Marisol Almonte. “The architectural excellence of the homes and the opportunity to be at the forefront of the L.A. River beautification project, make RiverPark a spectacular value for savvy home seekers.”

Situated along the scenic Los Angeles River in Taylor Yard Village, with quiet streets and a beautifully landscaped paseo that winds throughout the master plan, RiverPark’s first phase releases are all single-family detached, featuring large windows, brick accents and some private fenced yards. The contemporary 3–4 bedroom/3-bath interiors feel spacious and airy, offering up to 2,000 square feet, with dramatic open-concept floor plans, large master suites and en suite baths, state-of-the-art kitchens, energy-saving features, and high-caliber finishes throughout.

Right next door is 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 that hosts many activities and classes. Also close at hand is the Glendale Narrows/Elysian Valley Bicycle Path and Pedestrian Walkway that winds along the picturesque riverbank, offering 7.4 miles of enjoyment for walkers, joggers and cyclists who frequently spot resident wildlife — like herons, egrets, ducks, geese and kingfishers — while hawks and eagles circle above.

Easy access to the 2, 5 and 110 freeways make the centrally located community a short commute from downtown Los Angeles, Glendale, and Eagle Rock. Shopping, dining, fitness and entertainment opportunities are abundant — including nearby Atwater Village, Mount Washington and Highland Park. Local residents enjoy many popular neighborhood spots, like Golden Road Brewing, Zebulon Cafe, the Lemon Poppy Kitchen, Habitat Coffee Shop, Everybody Los Angeles Gym and a brand new Target store in Glassell Park.

An innovative, transit-oriented master plan, Taylor Yard Village was developed through a public-private joint partnership with the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Just over a mile away, the Lincoln/Cypress Metrolink Gold Line station provides important rail connections to the expanding 87-mile Metro Rail network throughout Los Angeles County, with bus connections to Metro Local (#28, 81, 90, 91, 94, and 251), plus Metro Rapid (751 and 794).

Exciting plans for the restoration and revitalization of the Los Angeles River is a major priority for the city, and the Army Corps of Engineers has committed one billion dollars to the project. 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 RiverPark sales office is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm and is best reached from the corner of San Fernando Road and Arvia Street. Prospective buyers are encouraged to join the interest list, which is expanding daily, for early selection of prime lots, plus construction and sales updates. To register and learn more about the community, please visit liveriverpark.com and follow us @liveriverpark on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. All sales are on a first-come, first-served basis.

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