Eagle Rock · Glen Park

Where to live in LA, if you love Glen Park


Eagle Rock maintains a low-key vibe despite its soaring accolades as northeast LA’s most lavishly rooted-in-bohemia neighborhoods. Jukeboxes still jam in the neighborhood’s returned-to-trendy diners and vinyl still spins in its used bookstores. This imperceptibly discerning destination is so copacetic, you’ll forget you’re in the movie-making capital of the nation until you see a film crew along its quintessentially quaint main boulevards. Take five, hike to the top of its eponymous rock, and breathe in crisp nostalgia.

See how Glen Park and Eagle Rock measure up to each other:

Glen Park

A lovely residential neighborhood “no one” ever goes to.

Eagle Rock

For when you are a hip recluse but you don’t feel the need to prove it to everybody.

Who lives here:

People who don’t enjoy visitors; families; professionals

Who lives here:

Hip recluses who don’t feel the need to prove it to everybody

Median one-bedroom rent:


Median one-bedroom rent:


Bar and restaurant scene:

Glen Park isn’t known for its bustling restaurant scene, but there’s actually more there than you’d think. Le P’tit Laurent is a popular French spot, the Cheese Boutique is the place to go for cheese and sandwiches, and Glen Park Station is a good local bar with a fireplace and TVs for watching the game.

Bar and restaurant scene:

Easily one of the most underrated food and drink spots in LA — you can get all up in Eagle Rock Brewery here, as well little-known gems like Dave’s Chillin’-n-Grillin’ (and not to mention All Star Lanes, a bowling alley that also rocks karaoke).

Public transit situation:

Glen Park BART station, J-Church, and a couple of bus lines

Transportation situation:

It’s easy to hit up the 2, which can easily get you to the 134, 5, and 210 freeways.

Quote from a resident:

“Don’t move here. It’s a beautiful residential neighborhood with access to an amazing recreation area and a decent commercial village. We want to keep it that way! Stay in the Marina where you belong.” – Jimmy V.

Quote from a resident:

“I honestly don’t know why people don’t ever talk about Eagle Rock as one of the best neighborhoods in LA. We’ve got everything.”



Courtesy of Franklin M.


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316005685itCourtesy of: Teresa Marie Barton, Keller Williams Realty

2120 Laverna Ave, Eagle Rock, CA 90041

Are you currently renting and thinking of buying? Too busy to keep up a yard and thinking of a condo? Well I have just the house for you located in the heart of the hip town of Eagle Rock (minutes north of downtown Los Angles), around the corner from great spots to eat, shop and Occidental College. This 2 bed 1 bath home has an enclosed yard, great for a dog. A one car garage is a nice addition for your treasured car. Welcome Home!!! Featured in Curbed LA and located in this desirable area of Eagle Rock, just minutes from the heart of Eagle Rock sits this adorable charming 2 bedroom, 1 bath home on a quiet cul-de-sac street. You can see that it has been very lovingly maintained throughout the years. Dual paned windows, copper pipes, new roof, tile floors, and an updated bathroom. The back yard is spacious and provides a great social area under the large covered patio that is perfect for entertaining. This is the home to settle right into your Eagle Rock lifestyle. You are right next to all the great cafes and shops along Colorado Blvd and Occidental College is nearby too. Downtown LA is only minutes away. Washer, dryer and refrigerator included – making this home ready for you to move in.

2 bed

1 bath

744 sqft

Asking | $544,578





Written by:  Daisy Barringer, and Wilder Shaw, AirbnbSwork


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