About Chinatown

The neighborhood of central Chinatown radiates with colorful streets and glowing lanterns only a bike ride away from Downtown Los Angeles. Chinatown is surrounded by the 101 and 110 freeways bursting with a community of residents constantly on the move. High rise apartment complexes are home to single families. Historical buildings immensely display an array of street art from local artist.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $595,000 to $1,400,000

Closed Prices: $492,000 to $1,116,000

Median Sale Price: $895,000

Average $ per sq ft: $571

Association Fee Ranges: $210, $120 to $150/mo, $0 to $1021.96

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1937 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 739 to 2350 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 2 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 2 to 4 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres

Around Chinatown

Moderately diverse, Chinatown is a beautiful melting pot of Los Angeles residents. A community where living expenses are considerably average throughout the neighborhood and its noise levels equate to that of a bustling city. Pet lovers are always welcome although sidewalks rarely contain greenery. Parks and recreation are minutes away in neighboring cities.

Unique seafood, vegetables and a variety of meats are rampant throughout Chinatown. Authentic noodles and soups attract repeat locals and residents from other neighborhoods. A local factory offers delectable baked goods that can be purchased weekly.

Chinatown is a known tourist attraction in the neighborhood of Los Angeles. Commuters appreciate public transportation and the close proximity to Union Train Station. Artist to young professionals populate the area and a few multi-family residents. You may come across walking tours educating visitors on Chinatown's pride.

Astound yourself with Chinatown's opera theater for engaging theatrical performances. The neighborhood is known for unusual entertainment and peculiar shows. Local concerts, release parties and other entrainment type events are common in Chinatown. Premium dive bars and hookah lounges are spread throughout the community.

Grab coffee and tour art museums detailing Chinatown's history. Stop by the local Farmers Market for fresh produce domestic and internationally grown. If you are lucky enough you can catch one of Chinatown's numerous annual festivals.

Locals Love

  • Community History
  • Central Location
  • Affordable Housing

Locals Don't Love

  • Vandalism
  • Traffic
  • Litter

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