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Echo Park is Newly Trendy—With a Vibrant Edge

Centered around Echo Park and lake in the heart of Los Angeles, Echo Park is a vibrant and unique community that perfectly blends the old-time soul of its past and the bright, colorful, and artistic of an up-and-coming trendiness. Its location just south of the super-hip Silver Lake and north of Chinatown lends it easy access to the best opportunities and attractions throughout the city, while it’s unique blend of soul-and-trend makes it a popular neighborhood for those seeking a little less “hipster” and a little more vibrancy than Silver Lake. The unique murals along Sunset Boulevard and Echo Park Ave portray a rough past that forged the character and vibrancy of a beautiful future, showcasing a tangible separation from its ultra-trendy neighbor, and its wide variance of housing provides a more down-to-earth community for a diverse community of residents.

Come explore the charming bungalows, the upscale new condos, the beautiful Victorian mansions, and everything in between. Come find home in Echo Park.

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Why Do Residents Choose Echo Park?


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Things to Do

There’s plenty to do, see, and enjoy right here in Echo Park. Explore the unique and numerous bars, clubs, restaurants, stores, galleries, theatres, and music venues of Sunset Boulevard—day or night. Catch one of LA’s best indie bands at the popular Echo music venue or enjoy cheap drinks and dancing at The Short Stop. Of course, catching a baseball game at Dodger Stadium is a must, as is taking a tour of a beautiful Victorian mansion in Angelino Heights, or at least admiring them with a stroll down Carroll Ave. And if you feel like mixing it up a little, just take a bike or bus ride down to Chinatown or Downtown.

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Parks & Recreation

Get outside and get active in Echo Park! Head to the beautiful Echo Park and lake to enjoy breathtaking views of Downtown LA or maybe take a ride in a paddleboat or stroll along the walking paths. You can even cross the bridge to a scenic little island, and don’t miss the Lotus Festival or the July 4th fireworks over the lake. Looking for some even more spectacular views? Climb the Baxter Stairs next to Elysian Park to enjoy breathtaking views over LA, Griffith Observatory, and the Hollywood sign.

Nearby Elysian Park offers even more opportunities for outdoor exploration and enjoyment—like miles of hiking trails, including the beautiful Wildflower Trail, and the Chavez Ravine Arboretum.

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Getting Around

Located in the heart of Los Angeles, Echo Park offers plenty of ways for community throughout the city. MetroBus runs several lines through the area and leading to Chinatown and Downtown. Biking is another neighborhood favorite for closer commutes. And there are four highways serving the neighborhood—the 101, the 5, the 2, and the 110.

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Local Schools

Echo Park’s public school students are served by Los Angeles Public Schools. Schools within the neighborhood include Elysian Heights Elementary, Clifford Street Elementary, Mayberry Elementary, Gabriella Charter, Logan Street Span School, Rosemont Elementary, Betty Plasencia Elementary, and the School for the Visual Arts and Humanities. Nearby schools serving the community include Alliance College-Ready Academy High, Cathedral High, New Village Charter High, and Belmont Senior High. There are several private schools located in the neighborhood, including DC Academy, Baxter Montessori, and Golden West Christian.


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Echo Park at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 43,832
Size: 2.40
Zip Code: 90026
Median Home Price: $849,500

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Travel & Commute

Chinatown: 2 miles
Hollywood: 4.5 miles
Downtown: 2.5 miles
Public Transit: Metro Bus


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