Echo Park is a densely populated neighborhood of over 43,000 residents in Central Los Angeles. It contains one high school and eight other schools, and has been home to many notable people. First established in 1892, and long before “Hollywood” became synonymous with the commercial film industry, the area of Echo Park known as Edendale was the center of film-making on the West Coast.
By the 1910s, several film studios were operating on Allesandro Avenue (now Glendale Boulevard) along the Echo Park-Silverlake border. An interesting piece of trivia is that the first pie-in-the-face scene was filmed at what later became the Mack Sennett Studios on Glendale Boulevard near Effie Street
Echo Park is an exciting Southern California city that hosts four very unique districts. The first is Angelino Heights which is most notable for its Victorian era residences. The second is Elysian Heights, which has been home to many of the counter-culture, political radicals, artists, writers, architects and filmmakers. The third is Temple-Beaudry which forms a triangle south of the Hollywood Freeway and is east of Glendale Boulevard. And the fourth is Victor Heights lies between Chinatown, Los Angeles, and is considered the central part of Echo Park.
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