Located a few miles up the 110 from Downtown Highland Park is hip meets historic L.A.Home to artists and writers since the early 1900s, Highland Park remains the place for creatives with an eye for vintage Los Angeles style. Bowl at the city’s oldest operating bowling alley, Highland Park Bowl established in 1927 and restored in all of its Spanish Revival style glory, or catch a show at 1922 Masonic temple converted into an indie music venue. Highland Park is full of historic landmarks but always ahead of the curve. Retro meets on-trend for a neighborhood that’s totally one of a kind. York Boulevard, a street stocked with trendy gastropubs and art galleries and more recently, Figueroa Street has found itself as another source of increasing pedestrian activity, thanks to its Metro Gold Line stop and a burst of nightlife development. find craft coffee bars, innovative eateries, and indie bookshops all within walking distance.
Join a creative community in a neighborhood that blends historic style and of-the-moment innovation for an authentic Los Angeles cool. In Highland Park, find a home as unique as you.