By Andrew Khouri
“They are selling like hot cakes,” he says.
The homes have their critics, says Jesus Sanchez, founder of the popular neighborhood blog The Eastsider LA about Echo Park and surrounding areas. Some complain that the clustered homes could spoil the character of a neighborhood characterized by older hillside homes and spacious backyards.
“I think these buildings speak to something new and flashier,” he said.
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