Highland Park

Welcome To NELA’s Highland Park!

Welcome to NELA'S Highland Park
Welcome to NELA’S Highland Park

Welcome To NELA’s Highland Park! Let the Shelhamer Group take you into the heart of Highland Park’s modern history, homes, must have’s, art culture, and vibrant real estate market! We live and raise our children in this beautiful community reach out to us for your next Highland Park real estate opportunity!

Highland Park’s Modern History

In 1895 with the access of water and an increased need for police presence in a rowdy red light district, Highland Park was annexed to the city of Los Angeles. This led to Highland park becoming one of the city’s first suburbs. Situated along the Arroyo Seco below the San Gabriel Mountains.

Highland Park's Modern History
Highland Park’s Modern History

This vintage advertising in 1903 shows the tracts being sold in the area of Highland Park between (New) York Blvd. and Aldama Street.

Highland Park's Modern History
Highland Park’s Modern History

An 1892 photo of Highland Park courtesy of the Los Angeles public library had a population of only 100 residents at the time!

Highland Park Homes

Highland Park Homes
Highland Park Homes

Highland Park’s unique architecture is a blend of some of the most historic and creative expressions for homes in Los Angeles. With around 2,800 structures, including more than 50 designated as historic cultural monuments by Los Angeles’ Cultural Heritage Commission, make up the Highland Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ), established in 1994.

Highland Park Homes
Highland Park Homes

Every popular Southern California architectural style from the late 1880s to the 1950s is here in Highland Park! Victorian Craftsman, Mission and Tudor, to Revival, Pueblo and Mid Century Modern.

Welcome To NELA’s Highland Park!

Both The Arts and Crafts Movement, and the Great Recession brought a wave of innovative and passionate entrepreneurs that came with the purpose of restoring these architecturally significant California homes.

Highland Park Must Have’s

Highland Park Must Have's
Highland Park Must Have’s

The colors and sounds of Highland Park flood through the downtown strip on Figueroa Boulevard.

Highland Park Must Have's
Highland Park Must Have’s

The business scene on Figueroa Street leads to Cookbook Market, Home State, and the 1927 renovated Highland Park Bowling Alley! All three of these authentic and unique places compliment the rich evolution of modern Highland Park.

Highland Park Must Have's
Highland Park Must Have’s

On the weekends you will see many of us at The Shelhamer Group team enjoying the amazing produce and goodies at Cookbook Market, potato tacos from Home State and a game or two at the bowling alley.

Highland Park Art & Culture

Art in all its incarnations is the heart of Highland Park. It’s deepest roots stemming from The Centro de Arte Público which is located on North Figueroa Street between avenues 56 and 57 which was built in 1923. The Mechicano Art Center, located on North Figueroa Street and North Avenue 54, was built in 1922 which was also built as a retail store.

"Tenochtitlan" The Wall That Talks Mural
“Tenochtitlan” The Wall That Talks Mural
"Tenochtitlan" The Wall That Talks Mural
“Tenochtitlan” The Wall That Talks Mural

These organizations were pivotal in the Chicano Arts Collective which helped fuel the Chicano Movememt known as the El Movimiento during the 1960’s & 1970’s.

Highland Park Real Estate

It should come as no surprise that with great demand to live in Highland Park and a tight supply of homes it is a sellers market. With low interest rates and Covid-19, resulted in families moving up in the market and new participants moving in with soaring rents it’s a jungle out there!

CAR REPORT

In March home prices were up 12.1% compared to last year here in Highland Park. Homes sold for a median price of $953K.(redfin) According to the California Association of Realtors research and economics Los Angeles County Market for March the median home price was $668,200 a 17.7% increase from last year.

You’ve made it this far and what could be on your mind is the question asked year after year in Los Angeles. Is now a good time to buy? Our answer is the acquisition of real property whether to reside in, gift, or as income is always a good idea provided your opportunity cost, and whether the acquisition meets your short or long-term financial goals.

Reach out for your real estate future 805.280.1425

At the Shelhamer Group our brand of business is simple we put our clients first. As real estate advisors we actively listen and build a relationship with each of our clients to empower you with what we know. Anyone these days has access to information so being an export isn’t enough. We want to share with you our experience in the communities of Northeast Los Angeles and share the stories of the clients who continue to expand their real estate portfolio’s with us as their trusted advisement team.

David Clark Realtor Los Angeles

David Clark is a Californian, real estate agent and writer for the Shelhamer Real Estate Group located in Highland Park, California. Connect with him at 805.280.1425 or on Instagram at losangeleshomesales

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Based on information from the / Association of REALTORS® (alternatively, from the /MLS) as of [date the AOR/MLS data was obtained]. All data, including all measurements and calculations of area, is obtained from various sources and has not been, and will not be, verified by broker or MLS. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information.