The latest neighborhood spotlight by the Los Angeles Times is on Silver Lake.
For expert insight on the area the newspaper reached out to John Galich of Rodeo Realty.
In the article, the newspaper highlights the area for attracting new shops, bars and restaurants.
Silver Lake’s killer views and convenience to downtown and Hollywood is what makes the area a popular neighborhood for creatives, according to the LA Times. The neighborhood is also showcased for its dramatic hillside homes. Its midcentury-modern designs are said to be in demand, with prices to match.
Though according to the LA Times, one of the challenges the neighborhood faces is low inventory.
Galich tells the newspaper that a lack of move-in-ready properties is one of the challenges his clients face when buying in the area. Still, he says he sees no diminishing level of interest in the area, especially among out-of-area clients.
“The majority of my buyers transferring from New York are in some sort of creative field,” Galich tells the LA Times. “Silver Lake “reminds them of everything that New York was.”
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