Welcome to Eagle Rock
Named after its massive boulder whose shadow resembles an eagle with its wings outstretched, the neighborhood of Eagle Rock in Northeast Los Angeles borders the San Rafael Hills, located between the cities of Glendale and Pasadena. An eclectic neighborhood with working class roots and a hip, laid-back vibe, Eagle Rock is a creative enclave that is perfect for families.
Most residents of Eagle Rock are homeowners who enjoy the feel of an urban suburban mix.
Eagle Rock’s ethnically diverse population typically ranges from lower-middle to upper-middle class, including Bohemian youth, urban homeowners, Occidental College students and multigenerational families. An abundance of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, art galleries, specialty clothing stores and antique craft shops add to this neighborhood’s charming mix of old and new.
What to Expect
A plethora of shopping, from antique shops to hipster eateries, populate the neighborhood of Eagle Rock.
Eagle Rock’s vintage shops, coffeehouses, Southern-inspired diners, and old-school Italian joints line its boulevards which are surrounded by quaint residential blocks.
This neighborhood’s commercial strips help to create an authentic urbanism coupled with a small-town intimacy, drawing young professionals while fostering a hipster culture.
Lining Eagle Rock’s main thoroughfare of Colorado and Eagle Rock Boulevards are specialty clothing and old-school record stores, unique markets, antique craft shops and enough restaurants and bars to keep all happy residents exploring!
This small-town stretch of Northeastern L.A. retains a long history and is home to the largest population of Filipino-Americans in Los Angeles.
Nine of Los Angeles’s Historic-Cultural Monuments, including the rock after which it was named, are as significant as it’s multigeneration of Filipino-American residents who call Eagle Rock home.
Historic and architecturally significant Craftsman bungalows and Spanish Revival homes populate Eagle Rock.
The styles of homes commonly found in Eagle Rock include, but are not limited to, Craftsman, Georgian, Streamline Modern, Art Deco and Mission Revival, just to name a few!
You'll Fall in Love With
A unique mix of Eagle Rock’s historic and modern elements.
Eagle Rock, with its historic cultural monuments and a core of counter-culture writers, artists, and filmmakers since the 1920’s. This neighborhood maintains its attractive balance with a myriad of trendy restaurants and bars, drawing young professionals while generations of families continue to reside!