706 North Alvarado Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Macro At Echo

(540) 556-8245

(818) 759-0321

706 North Alvarado Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026


Nightlife is all over the area

Only 3 blocks from the many popular choices on Sunset Avenue, including Taix French Restaurant, Brite Spot, Sage, Sticky Rice, Masa Deep Dish Pizza, Monty’s Good Burger, Tamales Albertos, Cosa Bunoa, Roots & Rye and so much more!

Nightlife is all over the area with bars such as City Sip, 1642, The Short Stop, Mohawk Bend, Bar Bandiniand the Silverlake Lounge!

Don’t worry about the early mornings, we can Tierra Mia Coffee, Andanta Coffee Roasters, Bloom & Plume, Starbucks Reserve, Silverlake Coffee of Rwanda, Woodcat Coffee and many more.

Enjoy being in close proximity to our very own Dodger Stadium!

Located just North of downtown Los Angeles Very Walkable (Score 88!), this building is a commuters paradise! Within a short distance to several grocery stores such as Vons, Lassen’s Natural Foods, Gelsons, Whole Foods 365,, Erewhon and Trader Joes!

Echo Park Lake

As previously mentioned Echo Park Lake is within walkable distance; a short drive to Elysian Park, Los Angeles Historic Park, Silver Lake Reservoir and the famed Griffith Park! Don’t forget about your furry friend with Mohawk Alley Animal Hospital, various retail stores, doggy day care and dog parks like the Silverlake Reservoir dog park!

Grocery Outlet, Smart & Final, Target and Ralphs. Good Samaritan Hospital is two blocks away, great for employees looking to live close by. Commutable to USC, FIDM, LMU Downtown, Staples Center, LA Coliseum, California Bank Soccer Stadium and more! Short commute to neighborhoods such as Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Lincoln Heights, Highland Park, Chinatown, Downtown and Koreatown.

The Echo Park Farmers Market is a certified farmers’ market operates every Friday from 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm, rain or shine.

The Echo Park Farmers Market


"Local music venue, Echo & Echoplex"

Since 1962, Dodger Stadium has been home to Major League Baseball in Los Angeles. During baseball season, expect a lot of traffic near the field on game days. A line of cars builds on Sunset Boulevard near the stadium entrance at Vin Scully Way. If you’re not going to a game but need to move through the area, you still might want to say on the surface streets. Getting on the 101 Freeway during rush hour is a risky proposition, even when the Dodgers are playing at home