Monday, March 31, 2014

Protect Your Hood...Walk the Dog!

Hi Everybody...

I saw this article from The Atlantic---thought I'd share it with you.  According to this, you can actually reduce the crime in your neighborhood by simply walking the dog or taking a walk with a neighbor--being present is a huge crime deterrent.  

Read more here:

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/03/to-prevent-crime-walk-the-dog-on-at-risk-blocks/359756/

Thank you to the LAPD for all that you do!


Yes, Flippy you are going out more my little friend!  

Friday, March 21, 2014

Weekends In Leimert...



During this March 30thLeimert Park ArtWalk Ben R. Caldwell of Kaos Network is hosting a Leimert Park Plaza "Tactica Media" workshop to look at integrating re-invented payphones, newspaper boxes and other things into a public space design in Leimert Park.
Kaos Network, in partnership with Karl Baumann and Francois Bar at USC will present the Leimert Park Village’s"People Street" concept.
The People Street program concept is being designed for the area on 43rd Place from Degnan Boulevard to Leimert Boulevard.  The purpose is to have our community engage some ideas that will lead us into the 21 century as the Soul of LA.  You'll be able to hang out on the People Street from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Sunday.  The project concept will be submitted to the Dept. of Transportation by the Leimert Park Village Crenshaw Corridor BID, Council District 10 and the LA Dept. of Cultural Affairs in April and we would love to have your support!
A People Street Plaza creates accessible public open space by closing a portion of street to vehicular traffic. Paint or other treatments are applied to the street surface, while large planters and other elements define the Plaza perimeter. The People Street Community Partners will maintain and operate the Plaza, provide movable tables and chairs, public programs and ongoing neighborhood outreach.
Providing expanded public spaces can increase safety for people who walk, bike, and take transit. It also encourages increased levels of walking and bicycling, while supporting economic vitality.  New local gathering spaces can foster a greater sense of community and social cohesion. Plazas can also become centerpieces of neighborhoods, providing venues for events and celebrations. As more pedestrians come to spend time in neighborhoods, the increased activity may support the vibrancy of local businesses.
Visit www.LeimertParkVillage.org for more details.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Gorgeous House For Rent In Leimert Park

HEY FOLKS...

I have the pleasure of listing this beautifully restored Leimert Park home--2 bedrooms and one bathroom--$2,650/month.









Art deco tile in the bathroom, including a small vanity in the master suite. 






The cute courtyard in the front and cozy backyard area are   ideal for entertaining. This is a pride of ownership block which is steps away from Leimert Park Village. 

You're going to love it! Easy to show - call Heather: 
323-559-9081.




Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Monday, February 24, 2014

What's for Sale in Leimert Park...

Hey Folks...

Here's the most up to date list of homes for sale in Leimert Park:

Click here to see details:  http://goo.gl/CILdTu




Friday, February 7, 2014

Giving out the Keys to First Timers....

Hi Everybody... 
The year is off to a great start so far!  Take a look at some of these highlights from my buyers who recently took the plunge into homeownership.
Enjoy,
~HP

This is the house that Katherine and Anders chose... 

Many of my clients, just like Katherine and Anders, have signed their loan documents by notary at my dining room table---it really makes my clients feel right at home.
I'm there every step of the way, along with Superstar
Notary Sisters, Deseree and Wendy--thanks, Ladies!

We met in my home office prior to looking at homes to review The Buyer's TO DO List.  Knowing what's going to happen before it actually happens is so crucial to getting through the escrow/closing process.
Here's Katherine and Anders at the finish line,
having diligently checked off each step of the process.

Here are your keys!!  Yay!!!
Here are my other two buyers.....Rosa and Chereta, Best Friends and Co-Workers decided to put their money together to buy a house in the Crenshaw District instead of  buying two separate houses in less desirable neighborhoods.  I gave them their keys at Post and Beam Restaurant and we all cried!  Ladies--you too made it through the
Buyer's TO DO List...piece of cake, right?  Hahahahah!



Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Changes in Leimert Park...Voice Your Opinion!

Hey Folks...

The Leimert Park Stakeholders Committee has launched an exiting strategy to identify ways to attract more commercial and cultural industries to Leimert Park Village.  The committee is circulating a survey to the community in an effort to hear what changes the residents really want in the Village.  

See this snapshot below and go to the website to learn more:  www.LeimertParkVillage.org


Monday, January 6, 2014

Here's What's For Sale In Leimert Park...

Hey Folks...

Happy New Year to you!

Here's what's for sale in Leimert Park
 (click here): http://goo.gl/e82Oqs


One of 15 Active Listings in Leimert Park.  Click the link above to see all the details!

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

All You Need To Know About the Crenshaw Blvd. Streetscape Plan...


Hi...

I've had lots of people at my open houses ask me what's happening along the Crenshaw Corridor.  So I thought I'd post this letter and link from the City of LA Planning Department (see below).  Great things are happening here!!!

Read and Enjoy....
HP

Read More Here:  http://www.latnp.org/crenshawlax-line/crenshaw-draft-plan/
Dear community residents, agencies, and interested parties:

The Draft Crenshaw Boulevard Streetscape Plan is uploaded to the Los Angeles Transit Neighborhood Plans' website for your review and feedback.  The Draft Plan, project timeline, comment forms and other related documents are available at:http://www.latnp.org/crenshawlax-line/crenshaw-draft-plan/

Thank you for your interest and participation in the Crenshaw Boulevard Streetscape Plan!


Sincerely,



Lakisha Hull, AICP, LEED AP BD+C
Policy Planning and Historic Resources Division
City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning | 200 N. Spring Street | Room 667 | Los Angeles, CA  90012