Eastside Los Angeles Neighborhoods

Curious to learn more about the Eastside of Los Angeles neighborhoods or communities? Interested in buying a place to call home or for an investment? You’ve come to the right place. Simply click on the neighborhood image or button below the image to be on your way to learning about a neighborhood’s community, shopping & nightlife, architecture, and fun facts. You’ll be a neighborhood expert in no time.

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Silver Lake

Silver Lake is a residential and commercial neighborhood in the central region of Los Angeles, California, but locals consider this a “happening” east side neighborhood and who can blame them?

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Echo Park

Echo Park has come a long way from being a gateway to immigrants of the city at the turn of the century, to becoming the foundation of the culturally thriving community it is today.

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Los Feliz

Los Feliz and Los Feliz Real Estate is in an affluent hillside neighborhood in the central region of Los Angeles, adjacent to Hollywood and encompassing part of the Santa Monica Mountains.

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Atwater Village

A grown up neighborhood that focuses on family values and farmers markets, Atwater Village balances a diverse palette with local flavors, vintage threads and modern accents.

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Highland Park

For all its burgeoning gentrification, Highland Park remains one of the few corners of Los Angeles that is truly a neighborhood and is a laboratory for new and emerging ideas on what it means to be an Angeleno.

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Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock is a neighborhood in Northeast Los Angeles in the San Rafael Hills. Eagle Rock is named after a large rock outcropping, resembling an eagle with its wings outstretched.

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Mount Washington

This sleepy little hilltop neighborhood is rich in history and scenic vistas. A hill more than a mountain, the landform is home to leafy streets and artists’ bungalows.

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Glassell Park

Glassell Park is experiencing gentrification from hipsters and middle-class families who have moved from nearby Silver Lake and Los Feliz, attracted to the abundance of craftsman homes, breathing room and lower prices.

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Downtown Los Angeles

DTLA has experienced a resurgence in the last few years and is transforming into a world class entertainment center, home to sports venues, award winning restaurants and bars, hotels, art institutions and nightlife.

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El Sereno

“The Serene” Although you may have never heard of it, El Sereno is far from new as it is one of the oldest sections in Los Angeles dating back to 1769.

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South Pasadena

With zealously protected old time charm and architecture, South Pasadena welcomes a time capsuled version of early 20th century California.

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Montecito Heights

Montecito Heights depict the western border as being defined by the Arroyo Seco, with Cypress Park, Sycamore Grove, and Highland Park on the other side of the river.