The residents of Alta Lofts have an addition to their community.
The Los Angeles River, which has been encased in cement since the 1930s to protect the fast-growing city from life-threatening floods, has recently been a primary focus of the city to roll back the damage. Continued prosperity in Downtown Los Angeles will depend on providing needed parks, and because with the growth of a great metropolis here, the past absence of parks made living conditions less and less attractive. Today, recent advances in restoring the L.A. River and establishing a massive greenway along the long-neglected 52-mile waterway is changing perceptions of the downtown area.
The Edward Reyes Humboldt River Greenway park is a 135-acre space, located between Avenue 18 and Avenue 19 in Lincoln Heights, with a storm water greenway. The new park takes runoff-water though a storm drain beneath Humboldt Street and transports it through landscape features that cleanse the water of pollutants and trash before releasing it into the Los Angeles River. The park is landscaped with native vegetation, trees, a walking trail and an irrigation system. The greenway is lit with solar lights, and include bridges, drinking fountains and a bike stop for pedestrians. The park is open daytime hours, and is closed at night.
With a sense of community arising throughout the downtown area, there is no better time than now to purchase property in Downtown Los Angeles.
Call Corey Chambers to make an appointment to see the Alta Lofts (213) 478-0499
Alta Loft Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB9vOopJG2k