The accolades Eagle Rock receives for being a neighborhood that delivers just the right amount of hustle and bustle alongside slow living are all true.
By the 1880s this neighborhood was ripe for suburbanization.
The tree lined streets are populated with craftsman style architecture and CA bungalows while killer mid-century modern homes are often hidden gems of the neighborhood.
The neighborhood continues to blossom and is deemed a destination spot for young professionals, stroller pushers, and hipsters seeking a place to eat, sleep and play.
Staying true to their mission “to improve the quality of building in working class neighborhoods throughout LA” brothers Kevin and Hardy Wronske of Heyday erected Rock Row.
The project is a collection of 15 LEED certified modern homes built utilizing the small lot subdivision ordinance.
Fitted with decks, balconies, and usable outdoor space these homes were originally priced from $482,000 to $595,000. They completely sold out in just 4 weeks.
The Wronske brothers do it again.
The potential of a site housing a boarded up office building only being used for parking was glaringly obvious. So they went for it and broke ground in the summer of 2015.
The entire project was so well received, all 7 homes were in escrow in less than a month.