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Glassell Park is a quickly burgeoning neighborhood that adjoins nearby areas of Glendale and Atwater Village. Affectionately known as “Glasellland” among the locals, after the art installation above Glassell Park Recreation Center, the area is experiencing a rapid rejuvenation. Residential architecture in this area is highly diverse with styles ranging from Craftsmen to Spanish Revival.
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Set just beyond the Los Angeles River, Glassell Park is a quiet yet up-and-coming neighborhood in Northeast Los Angeles. The neighborhood is rapidly changing — new local businesses are opening up in vacant storefronts alongside legacy businesses as property values climb. Glassell Park is in an ideal location: close to Griffith Park and the Eugene Debs Regional Park, plus the lively neighborhoods of Atwater Village, Frogtown, Silver Lake and Highland Park [Bold and link each neighborhood page to it’s individual page where applicable]. Still, it maintains a quiet and vibrant community all its own.FIND AN AGENT
Because of its proximity to the Los Angeles River and major transportation byways, Glassell Park holds onto an industrial feel with undeniable community around it. It has attracted a creative community and it’s fertile for local businesses, which residents support and adore. The majority of Glassell Park is residential streets, but the cultural strongholds of Silver Lake and Atwater Village are a short trip away.
Like the other Northeast Los Angeles neighborhoods, Glassell Park residents are perfectly situated to take advantage of trails, open space and other outdoor activities. Be it in the canyons and hills of Griffith Park or along the bike path of the Los Angeles River, the outdoors are always accessible.
A little closer to home, the Glassell Park REcreation Center is a gathering place for the community throughout the year, with a city pool, athletic fields and a charming “Glassell Land” sign.
Allesandro Elementary School, Cerritos Elementary and Horace Mann Elementary are just a few of the public elementary schools serving the young residents of Glassell Park. Other neighborhood schools are very close by, including Holy Trinity Elementary School in Atwater Village and St. Bernard Elementary, a private school campus in Mount Washington. Benjamin Franklin Senior High is very close to Glassell Park as well.
The real estate market in Glassell Park has seen considerable growth in the last year that is likely to continue. Home values are up in 2016, more than 8 percent over 2015—the median home value is about $720,000.
saw a 8 percent increase in median home sales price over the last year showing a strong investment opportunity.
The majority of properties in Glassell Park are single-family homes like bungalows, Spanish-style casitas and unique homes set in the hills. It has considerably more multi-family units than the nearby neighborhoods of Highland Park and Mount Washington.
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