Echo Park

Walk to nearby coffee, restaurants, and shops.

Bike to Echo Park Lake, Sunset Blvd, and The Echo Park Farmer's Market.

With rolling hills, lilting palms, sunshine and shimmering water, Echo Park is the place that says “welcome to LA.” The neighborhood is rich with history, first established as Edendale in 1892 and growing into a hub of movie-making magic with Mack Sennett Studios, the Selig Polyscope Company and others producing silent-era images that endure to this day. Echo Park Lake, Dodger Stadium and postcard views of the Downtown LA skyline have made this community a focal point, where all of the diverse corners of Los Angeles come together as one.

The film studios are gone but Echo Park remains a dreamy setting of gently winding streets lined with charming bungalows and verdant local flora. Hiking trails weave through Elysian Park providing a tranquil setting to commune with nature. Dog-walkers enjoy the scenic promenade around sparkling Echo Park Lake, a sweet spot to wile away a Sunday afternoon. For those who work downtown the commute is mere minutes; Hollywood, Glendale and Burbank are also within easy reach. Famous for its late night taco trucks, Echo Park is flush with dining options including great take-out and a Friday Farmer’s Market.

Found in the northern part of Echo Park, Morra takes advantage of immediate access to the Glendale and Golden State Freeways and nearby shopping opportunities. Nearby Silver Lake also offers a variety of unique restaurants, galleries and nightlife options.

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