Atwater Village statistics include homes sold in the Atwater Village Equestrian Area and Atwater Crossing. Zip code 90039.
Once known simply as Atwater, the portion of the City of Los Angeles we know as Atwater Village today has been part of or included places known as Rancho San Rafael, Rancho Santa Eulalia, Tropico, Walnut Grove, the Rigali & Veselich subdivision, Angelus Park, Boulevard Manor, Atwater Park, Glenhurst Terrace, Hollydale Gardens, Glendale Manor, Toonerville and Perlita Gardens. Adjacent communities include Los Feliz, Griffith Park, Silver Lake, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, Cypress Park and the city of Glendale.
Points of interest in the Atwater Village area include the Tam O’Shanter, Gladding McBean Pottery, Southern Pacific Railroad depot, Pacific Electric bridge, Glendale/Hyperion Bridge, Art Tile Pottery, Beach’s Market, the Los Angeles River, Franciscan Pottery, Red Car Line, Golden Road Brewery, Los Feliz Municipal Golf Course, Fantasy Bungalows, Barney Kenoffel homes, and the Albert Van Luit Complex. Glendale Boulevard is the center of town with amenities such as banks, the library and the post office. Many of Atwater’s great restaurants, cafes, bars and shops can be found along Glendale Boulevard and Los Feliz Boulevard.
The Los Angeles Riverfront
The Glendale Narrows portion of the Los Angeles River flows through Atwater Village. This portion of the river features an earthen bottom and is home to numerous species of wildlife you might not expect to see in such an urban-ish environment. Call me if you want to go fishing.