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Discover Picfair Village & Faircrest Heights

POINTS OF INTEREST

Eat & Drink//
 
Green Table Cafe
1250 S La Cienega Blvd
A Food Affair
1513 S Robertson Blvd
Loqui
8830 Washington Blvd
The Mint
6010 W Pico Blvd
Spare Tire Kitchen & Tavern
530 Wilshire Blvd
Landmarks & Shopping//
Vons
1430 S Fairfax Ave
Kaiser Permanente West LA
6041 Cadillac Ave
David's Bridal
6151 W Pico Blvd
JOANN Fabrics & Crafts
1250 S La Cienega Blvd
Audi Beverly Hills Service Center
2340 S Fairfax Ave
Schools//
Crescent Heights Blvd Elementary 
1661 S Crescent Heights Blvd
Los Angeles Center for Enriched
5931 W 18th St
Saturn Blvd Elementary
5360 Saturn St
Daniel Webster Middle School
11330 Graham Pl
Fairfax Senior High School
7850 Melrose Ave
Transportation//
Epic Transportation 
1826 S Orange Grove Ave
Washington & Fairfax Bus Station
5776 Washington Blvd

ABOUT PICFAIR VILLAGE & FAIRCREST HEIGHTS 

Both Faircrest Heights and Picfair Village are small, quiet neighborhoods nestled in the westside of Los Angeles. Comprised of mostly single family homes built in the 1930s in the styles of Spanish Colonial Revival, English Revival and Minimal Traditional, it makes for a more relaxed, family friendly environment. Those who yearn for walkability and access to destinations without a car will be happy as both Picfair Village and Fairest Heights score high in Walk Score, Bike Score and Transit Score. You’ll find a strong sense of community here and an heightened awareness of the environment with plenty of electric vehicle charging locations nearby.

NEW DEVELOPMENTS

1500 HI POINT STREET

Saturn & Hi-Point

Status: Under Construction

Projected Dates: 2022

Type: Multi-family residential

Units: 58 apartments

Parking: 105 spaces

Architect: M-Rad Architecture

Developer: Trion Ground, The Ketter Group

1564-1556 Hi Point Street

Status: Near Completion

Projected Dates: 2021

Type: Multi-family residential

Units: 45

Developer: Trion Group, The Ketter Group

Architect: Valentine Janev

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