If you love the Eastside, you probably love Echo Park. It’s hard not to – because it’s a neighborhood that brings together the many qualities that make LA so special to live in. Colorful and artistic, Echo Park is constantly teeming with action, offering the best in dining, nightlife and cultural events. Representing homes in Echo Park is always a special treat for us, because we know how happy living there will make the future homeowners! Right now, we are excited to bring your Colline, luxurious new homes situated in the midst of this happening enclave.
Colline at twilight
Each home comes with a large rooftop deck to relax and entertain against a backdrop of unobstructed vistas. Inside, there are two levels of airy, open living space that’s filled with light and finished with wood flooring. The homes are complete and ready for occupancy, including a full set of Viking kitchen appliances, and a washer & dryer by Electrolux, which means you can move right in and feel at home.
Nestled into a residential hillside, your Colline home puts you just blocks away from Echo Park Avenue and Sunset Boulevard with all the shopping, dining, coffee and nightspots you can dream of – you’ll never have a dull moment.Read on to get a glimpse of what weekend is like when you live at Colline and come visit us this Sunday to explore these wonderful new homes, we’ll be open from 1-4P.
9am – Start your day with a latte from Stories, a local staple that brings together coffee and books (a most natural pairing). Pick up a novel to leaf through as you sip your beverage, or just browse to your heart’s content.
11am- Head to nearby Echo Park Film Center and take a cyanotype printmaking workshop – print with sunlight to create a cyan blue and white print that you can gift or keep for yourself. (Saturday, Dec. 7th $5. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
1pm – Pop out of the workshop to catch the annual Echo Park Community Parade along Sunset Boulevard between Vin Scully Avenue and Park Avenue – a cultural event attended by thousands of Angelenos and visitors for over 50 years. Expect revelry, cheer, community spirit, and of course Parade floats, classic cars, and fun performances by community groups.
3pm – Get some holiday shopping done at Mohawk General Store. Discerning gift givers will find tasteful presents by local and international designers ranging from SMOCK, Dries Van Noten, Mansur Gavriel, Engineered Garments, Acne, Nonative and Kathleen Whitaker.
7pm – It’s dinnertime! So many places to consider but here are two Echo Park restaurants that never disappoint: If you feel like some traditional/Californian cuisine, we would recommend the relaxed atmosphere of The Park. Or, if you’d like to get your dinner and drinks sorted in one fell swoop, take a chance on Mohawk Bend – this trendy gastropub serves up delicious bar food and mixes excellent cocktails.