Lincoln Heights is considered to be the oldest suburb of Los Angeles proper, dating to the 1830s perched on bluffs overlooking the Los Angeles River and its formerly lush floodplain.
Lincoln Heights is bounded by the Los Angeles River on the west, the San Bernardino Freeway (I-10) on the south.
Adjacent communities include El Sereno on the east, City Terrace on the southeast, Boyle Heights on the south, Chinatown and Solano Canyon on the west, Cypress Park on the northwest, Mt. Washington on the north, and Montecito Heights on the northeast.
Lincoln Heights is a city with homes that represent every era of California history. The city has a historical society that helps document and protect it’s rich architectural homes.
The Golden State Freeway (I-5) runs through the district, and the Metro Gold Line has a stop in the far northwestern portion of the district.
Puerta Del Sol
Puerta del Sol is a 165-unit mixed-use condominium /retail project located northeast of downtown Los Angeles in historic Lincoln Heights. The development is part of the ongoing revitalization of the neighborhood. Puerta del Sol is located on a 2.9-acre site, part of a master development adjacent to the new Avenue 26 / Cypress Park Gold Line station. The homes are designed around a large courtyard and have a mix of studios, lofts, and 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom family flats, most with balconies or patios. Live-work units line the frontage and have street access, creating a pedestrian environment.
If you’re looking for a more modern lifestyle, Lincoln Heights also has lofts that have been converted from historic buildings. Details matter here, cabinets, fixtures – each has been carefully selected to work together to create a welcoming and inspiring living environment. The building also features amazing unobstructed views of Downtown, Elysian Park and surrounding communities. It is an historic building with original architectural elements and two new modern penthouse floors. The ownership of lofts includes designated parking in gated and adjacent garage. The building is further diversified with ground floor retail.
The bottom level is made up of 2-story and 3-story lofts. The two top levels (5th and 6th stories) are composed of new metal construction in modernist style. The center of the building was cut out for the restoration to add light, air and openness to the building and loft units.
The park contains a large lake (Lincoln Park Lake, originally East Lake), a recreation center, a senior center, a playground, picnic tables, and ball fields.
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