Up and Coming Neighborhoods Los Angeles 2017

Neighborhoods that were previously cheaper and not attractive but are now improving and appear to have above average growing potential comprise the LA Loft Blog list of Up and Coming Neighborhoods in Los Angeles. These gold mines have attracted new, cool and hip stores, along with public amenities..  #upandcoming #neighborhoods #losangeles

Up and Coming Neighborhoods Los Angeles Frogtown New LA River

It is debatable if some of these neighborhoods have already peaked. Looking at the home prices, Downtown Los Angeles has already arrived. But when looking at opportunities for improvement, DTLA could still easily be considered up-and-coming because of the opportunities to improve Skid Row and other parts of Downtown. Here are some more upandcoming neighborhoods that have already arrived, followed by neighborhoods that are truly at the infancy of cool:

Downtown Los Angeles – Most


exciting place on Earth, DTLA has arrived yet exploding.
Highland Park – Been up-and-coming for 10 years
Glassell Park – Long one of the most asked for neighborhoods near Downtown
Eagle Rock – Already arrived, not quite to Silver Lake level
Mount Washington – Views of Downtown
Mar Vista – Along with Palms, between Culver City and Santa Monica

Frogtown most exciting up-and-comer

Frogtown ( Elysian Valley ) – Cool stuff on the LA River! Soon to be on the Already Arrived list!
Cypress Park – It’s the new Glassell Park
City Terrace – Park views and hills near Downtown L.A.
Lincoln Heights – Lofts make it the up and coming new Arts District
West Adams – Returning to its glory days, gentrifying awesome Spanish architecture

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