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Cypress Park is a charming, neighborly community tucked quietly into a residential area between some of the most outstanding nightlife, parks, and unique neighborhoods of Los Angeles. This friendly community of well-kept bungalow homes and familiar neighbors is surrounded by the happenin’ hipster Frogtown, the beauty of the Los Angeles River and Elysian Park, the action and excitement of Downtown, and the upscale elegance of Highland Park. Whether you’re looking for a quieter community with breathtaking mountain views, easy access to three major freeways, or a surrounding of local parks, recreational opportunities, and major city attractions, Cypress Park is the place for you.

And what’s more, on January 6, 2017, LA Weekly named Cypress Park LA’s Hottest Real Estate Market, based off Zillow predictions that home values in the neighborhood will soar 8% this year!

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Why Do Residents Choose Cypress Park?


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Things to Do

Though Cypress Park is a predominantly residential area, it’s surrounded by amazing attractions and activities. It is home to the Cypress Park Recreation Center, which features baseball fields, basketball and volleyball courts, a gym with weights, an auditorium, and plenty of activities and classes, like sports leagues for all ages, and classes that include fitness, dance, arts, youth and teen programs, and more.

A short drive or bus ride will bring you to other outstanding neighborhoods to explore, like the galleries, restaurants, shops, event, and bars of Frogtown, the happenin’ nightlife along North Broadway, the unique architecture and culture of Chinatown, and the endless attractions and entertainment of Downtown Los Angeles. And Dodger Stadium is just a skip, hop, and jump away.

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Outdoor Recreation

Though it’s in the heart of the city, Cypress Park offers several ways to get outside. It’s home to the Elyria Canyon Park and the Rio de Los Angeles State Park, which is an area of natural river wetlands home to breathtaking wildflowers, as well as sports fields, a playground, and a recreation building. Also in Cypress PArk is the LA River Center and Gardens, which includes the River Center Gardens and River Garden Park.

Residents also enjoy easy access to outstanding nearby parks, such as the Ernest Debs Regional Park, where lush greenery and a scenic pond offer exploration via bike path or hiking trails. The beautiful Elysian Park is also within easy reach and offers breathtaking river views that include a scenic bridge over rushing waters, biking, hiking, and jogging trails, and even horseshoes.

local amenities

Shopping & Dining

There’s plenty of shopping and dining to be found all around. There are a few grocery stores and restaurants located along San Fernando Road. There are many more options to the north along York Boulevard in Highland Park or to the south, along West Ave 26 and N Broadway.

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Local Education

Public school students of Cypress Park are part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Schools in and serving Cypress Park include Aragon Avenue Elementary, Loreto Street Elementary, Hillside Elementary, Florence Nightingale Middle, Lincoln High School, and Los Angeles River at Sonia Sotomayor Learning Academies and ARTLAB at Sonia Sotomayor Learning Academics (both high schools). It is home to one private school, the Divine Saviour School.


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Cypress Park at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 10,854
Size: 0.72 sq mi
Zip Code: 90065
Median Home Value: $567,700

travel and commute

Travel & Commute

Chinatown: 2 mi
Downtown: 4 mi
Glendale: 4.5 mi
Public Transit: Metro LA


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