Lincoln Heights is a beautiful and historic district in Los Angeles that is becoming even more beautiful with the revitalization we are experiencing here
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 21, 2008
Lincoln Heights, one of L.A.'s oldest neighborhoods, dating back to the 1870s, has an eclectic and diverse history. Reflective of Los Angeles itself, Lincoln Heights evolved from a community of private wealth to a home for the artistic of spirit. Los Angeles real estate developer, Creative Environments of Hollywood, has helped pave the path of Lincoln Heights' revitalization by transforming an industrial section of the neighborhood into a modernist nest for artists and business professionals called Lacy Studio Lofts.
The Lacy Studio Lofts are centrally located between the 5, 101, 110 and 5 freeways and just north of Downtown Los Angeles. Minutes away from Old Town Pasadena, Dodger Stadium, Chinatown and Silver Lake and a block from the Metro gold line stop ... "all of L.A. is literally right outside your doorstep." Home to the Creative Environments of Hollywood corporate offices and adjacent to the world-famous Lacy Street Studios, the Lofts are inspired by their present surroundings and influenced by Lincoln Heights' rich history -- innovative designs focusing on the transformation of modest industrial materials into chic modern details, and basic structural components into striking works of art.
Currently, Lincoln Heights brings together a culturally diverse community, a thriving business center and a growing arts-based population. "Lincoln Heights is a beautiful and historic district in Los Angeles that is becoming even more beautiful with the revitalization we are experiencing here," said Councilmember Ed P. Reyes, whose First District includes Lincoln Heights. "We see this in all parts of the community -- residential, business and recreational, with the Lincoln Park Carousel and L.A. River revitalization. Businesses can truly benefit from Lincoln Heights' renewal and its central location near downtown L.A., freeways and public transportation stops."
For further more information on the rebirth of Lincoln Heights, please contact Zachary Schneiderman of Creative Environments of Hollywood, Inc. at (323) 222-5250 or visit http://www.lacystudiolofts.com.