First look at LA River-adjacent live/work complex
The complex from Uncommon Development would bring 52 units to Elysian Valley.
Units in Frogtown’s new apartment complex up for grabs from $1,975
The Bend, with its 40 "loft-style" units, features a connection to the LA River and a new restaurant from the owners of Wax Paper, the sandwich shop that names its sandwiches after NPR hosts.
Developer plans 53 live/work units next to the LA River
The property is located on the other side of the river from the Taylor Yard, a city-owned site that will eventually be turned into a big park.
Trendy tenants moving into new Frogtown mixed user
The two-building former industrial property has been converted into retail and creative office space by developer RedCar Properties. Now, such tenants as Philadelphia-based La Colombe Coffee Roasters are moving in.
Frogtown Flip Asks $749,000
The three-bedroom Spanish bungalow boasts a brand-new kitchen and bathrooms, new hardwood floors and tiles, and a converted garage-cum-studio. The house is also a little bigger than when it last sold six months ago for $460,000.
The Frogs of Frogtown Were Probably Toads
Experts say the amphibious critters that once roamed Elysian Valley—giving the Frogtown neighborhood its name—were most likely Western Toads and not frogs at all. The toads were also very small, often measuring less than an inch.
Inner Tube Race on the LA River This Weekend!
LA-zy River is the brainchild of comedian Kurt Braunohler and writer/actor Lauren Cook, who were inspired by the rafts of El Niño-related news coverage promising storms of Biblical proportions. Little rain showed up, but it's enough for tubing.