Highland Park is conveniently located just south of Eagle Rock and north east of Mount Washington is becoming one of the trendiest places to live in North East LA. Just east of the 2 freeway between the 5 freeway and 134 freeway makes commuting anywhere an easy task. If public transport is more your speed the Metro Gold Line runs through Highland Park from Pasadena, through Downtown and on to East LA. Highland Park is filled with a colorful array of people ranging from artists and musicians to chefs and restauranteurs and families that have been in the neighborhood for decades. It is a great, booming neighborhood with an eclectic feel. This is the perfect place for new home buyers, investors and renters. York Blvd. is the main hub and the streets are filled with beautiful Craftsman, Spanish/Mission and Victorian style homes.



Grocery Shopping

Restaurants and Nightlife

Highland Park has an ever growing great selection of great places to eat and drink, including a secret sandwich stop that you need a password to order from.


There are some great studios to stay in shape



  • Good Shepherd School: 6338 N. Figueroa St

Elementary Schools

  • Yorkdale Elementary School: 5657 Meridian St
  • Annandale Elementary: 6125 Poppy Peak Dr
  • Garvanza Elementary: 317 N Ave 62
  • San Pascual Ave Elementary School: 815 San Pascual Ave
  • Monte Vista Street School: 5423 Monte Vista St
  • St. Ignatius of Loyola Elementary: 6025 Monte Vista St

Middle School & High School

  • Luther Burbank Middle School: 6460 N Figueroa St
  • Optimist High School: 6957 N Figueroa St
  • Benjamin Franklin Senior High School: 820 N Ave 54

Colleges and Universities

  • Occidental College: 1600 Campus Rd


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