This Women’s History month is marked by the timely closing of a classic Spanish-style fourplex in Echo Park formerly owned by Marie, a savvy single mother making bold moves.
Allprace, a boutique real-estate, renovation, and development company, combines Scandinavian and Japanese design elements to deliver a striking residence in Echo Park.
While it’s inaccessible by vehicles a designer saw an opportunity to use a variance to build a small modern house with views on a dirt lot tucked alongside one of Echo Park’s secluded stair streets.
This cozy Echo Park cottage offers the best in urban amenities within a ‘treehouse’ setting.
Gilbert Leong designed many of Chinatown’s public and commercial structures as well as a number of private residences, including the Kung Residence, a retro mid-century in the Elysian Heights neighborhood of Echo Park.
Built five years ago, the two-story modern dwelling proves sometimes size doesn’t matter.
Just shy of 750 square feet, this compact craftsman features a space-maximizing floor plan with vaulted ceilings and a private backyard patio for entertaining.
Completed in 2015, Anonymous Architects’ House in Trees features a massive cypress tree growing up through the floor of the second bedroom and right out the ceiling.
Adding to the crop of new construction popping up in Echo Park is this modern home with a guest house built by an AIA award-winning team.
It feels like you’re living on your very own lake or mountain retreat right in the middle of the city.