Welcome to the Atwater Village
Atwater Village runs along the LA River and borders Los Feliz, Glendale, and Silver Lake. The neighborhood has been quickly gentrifying over the past decade, becoming a haven for homebuyers that have been priced out of Los Feliz or Silver Lake but still want that Eastside vibe. Many creative types and professionals call Atwater their home. The main drag of Glendale Boulevard provides the neighborhood with shops and restaurants, cafes, and bakeries. The neighborhood hosts a fantastic weekly Farmers’ Market. The sense of community in the village is obvious.
Insider tip: There are plenty of bars in Atwater Village, but the most hyper-local is Club Tee Gee. This is the place to go if you want to be where everyone knows your name. It is the self-proclaimed, “Cheers” of the neighborhood.
Atwater Village Real Estate Insights
With the tremendous gentrification in Atwater Village, it is not surprising that year over year prices have risen steadily. In the past year, we have seen a 20.6% increase in the median sale price, which is $950,000, with the median price per square foot rising by 20.9% to $708. The neighborhood has its nuances, but the entire area from Colorado on the North to Fletcher on the South has become extremely desirable and is commanding record prices.
People and Lifestyle
Contrasted by the Verdugo Mountains to the East, Atwater Village has a surprisingly flat streetscape. Reminiscent of the European cafe lifestyle, the eclectic mix of restaurants, bakeries, and coffee houses that line Glendale Boulevard provides residents with a comfortable way of life, begging people to leave their adorable little homes, walk to the village, engage with neighbors and truly be part of it. Homes in Atwater Village are mostly small Craftsman bungalows and Mediterranean-inspired abodes built in the 1920s and beyond. As evidenced by its three elementary schools, Atwater Village is extremely family-friendly.