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954 DEXTER Street
Highland Park, CA 90042

  • Single Family Residence
  • For Rent: $6,850

921 N Avenue 54
Highland Park, CA 90042

  • NA
  • For Rent: $2,800

6167 Piedmont Avenue
Highland Park, CA 90042

  • Apartment
  • For Rent: $2,500

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Highland Park is a neighborhood in northeast Los Angeles located in Los Angeles 

County and is a great place to rent multifamily, duplex, triplex, fourplex and larger commercial 

apartment properties. Its job industry, conveniences, and attractions make this a great place to 

live and there is a good market available to rent multifamily rental properties such as duplexes, 

triplexes, and fourplexes. Since Highland Park is in the city of Los Angeles, there is rent control, 

unless the building falls under one of the exceptions, which are listed under the definition 

of "Rental Unit" in LAMC 151.02.

Highland Park’s diverse population was 53,804 as of 2012. The estimated median 

household income in 2011 was $54,542 which is about average for the city of Los Angeles, and 

the county. It is lower than the California median which was $57,287 in 2011. 

Highland Park has a legacy of local businesses, some that have been a staple in the 

Highland Park community for over 20 years. The first of such businesses is Galco's Soda Pop 

Stop. Galco's has been family owned and operated for more than 100 years. 

cultural landmark in Highland Park is Avenue 50 Studio. Also as a result of the gentrification of 

Highland Park there are more trendy shops, galleries, bars and restaurants opening throughout 

the neighborhood.

The city also enjoys being close to a variety of conveniences. The closest airport is Bob 

Hope Airport, which services almost 5 million passengers each year, and it is only 14 miles 

away. The hospitals nearby include Amberwood Convalescent Hospital, Huntington Hospital, 

and Glendale Memorial Hospital. Highland Park is closest to Occidental College, which is a 

private, co-educational liberal arts college with 2,123 full time enrolled students. 

There are many attractions in or near Highland Park, including the Temple Beth 

Israel, which was founded in Highland Park in 1923 and constructed its building in 1930. It is 

the second oldest synagogue in Los Angeles still operating in its original location. Also one 

architecturally significant home made its way to Heritage Square Museum. The trendy clothing 

chain Forever 21 was founded in Highland Park in 1984. The first store continues to operate in 

its original location at 5637 N. Figueroa and bears the original name of the company, Fashion 

21. New hipster clubs have joined the local dive bars, with all become trendy gathering places. 

The Old LA Certified Farmers Market opened in 2006, operating adjacent to the Highland Park 

Gold Line Station and providing a new nexus of community activity. A number of shops selling 

vintage clothes and boutiques offering hip home-decor accessories have opened along York 


All of these features, make Highland Park a great city to rent multifamily rental properties 

such as duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes and larger commercial apartment buildings. Its relatively 

low rents have made it increasingly popular among young people who value the walkable urban 

lifestyle afforded by the older style of neighborhood. The density of the city and the desire for 

people to live here, make it an ideal location for multifamily living and the city does have great 

duplex, triplex, and fourplex properties.

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