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Atwater Village — A Shopping and Dining Gem for RiverPark Buyers

Just a short distance from RiverPark, Atwater Village represents a great opportunity to shop and dine close to home — without the traffic caused by having popular hot spots right in your own backyard. It’s the best of both worlds for our buyers, and one of the many draws of living in this popular new-home community. The neighborhood is packed with things to see, do and enjoy for an afternoon out, a date night or a quick bite. “It’s home to some unique retail spaces, delicious eateries and unexpected recreational activities,” said Refinery29.

Tam O’Shanter is the first ever Lawry’s Prime Rib location.


Whatever your craving, it’s right here among an eclectic array of options from casual restaurants to fine dining. “You’ll find international favorites — Indian curries, Salvadoran pupusas, Armenian chicken — as well as American classics in the restaurants that line Atwater Village streets,” said Discover Los Angeles. “There are a lot of new, hip flavors to try too, like the out-of-the-ordinary ice cream selection at Wanderlust or the Mediterranean/Middle Eastern fusion dishes at Momed and Dune. Be forewarned: It’s hard to eat just one meal in Atwater Village.”

L.A. Weekly noted two new recent additions to the local dining scene that RiverPark residents and potential buyers will surely want to check out: Good Measure, an upscale wine bar and restaurant, and Journeymen, a New American bistro. “In a beloved neighborhood that’s seen major transformation over the last decade, it’s no surprise that new and high-end businesses are appearing along Glendale Boulevard,” they said. “These two restaurants follow the success of All’Acqua, the always-packed Italian place that took over a shuttered Acapulco several years ago.”


You’ll love the selection at Wanderlust, a delicious artisanal creamery.

From one-of-a-kind boutiques, to home décor and accessories, to global goods, “The shops here pack a lot of ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ into their often tiny spaces,” said Discover Los Angeles in its overview of area shopping options. “Fashion and accessories, both new and vintage, make up a good chunk of what you’ll find here. But, keep your eyes open for small, independent home and/or garden shops too. If you’re looking for music, Jacknife might have what you need and bookworms will want to spend some time at Alias. If crystals are your jam, make sure you head over to The Crystal Matrix.”

Living at RiverPark

This exciting new community offers Los Angeles new home buyers the opportunity to own in a limited collection of 95 contemporary residences with spacious, state-of-the-art designs in a desirable location. Two airy floorplans present three to four bedrooms and up to 2,000 square feet and today’s most popular new-home features, with private fenced yards in select plans and view lots available.

RiverPark’s setting, along a scenic stretch of the Los Angeles River and just footsteps from the sprawling 40-acre Rio de Los Angeles State Park, invites an active lifestyle and new friendships. Stay within the community and enjoy the promenade park and more than 70,000 square feet of winding walkways, seating areas and serene landscaped spaces. Or, venture out for nearby recreation including hiking and biking.

First move-ins are now underway at RiverPark and Phase Two is already 30% sold. Visit the furnished models today or learn more on the website, and click here to join the priority interest list. Don’t miss out on your chance to purchase one of these new homes, in the heart of Los Angeles, before they are all sold out.


Left: The Juice offers a huge selection of fresh and healthy beverages, all made daily!
Center: Crystals, gemstones, jewelry, minerals, workshops and more, can be found at The Crystal Matrix.
Right: An easygoing music shop at 3149 Glendale Blvd., Jacknife sells new, used and rare vinyl plus CDs, cassettes, vintage clothing and posters.