Park Mesa – An Area with Quite a Lot of Work Left to Do
Park Mesa Heights is yet another neighborhood within Los Angeles that we are going to profile. This is another article within our wider look at Los Angeles, its neighborhoods, its history, and its culture. Park Mesa Heights like Northeast Los Angeles, is yet another one, falling near South Los Angeles and near Ladera Heights.
Not Yet a Growing Area: Crime Still a Major Concern
This part of South Central LA is a place in which there may be a significant gentrification of the city. Historically a more working-class area, there are many new potential home buyers building land or old homes to fix them up. On top of that, there is still ample crime within the area. This includes game Warfare and many other concerns.
This may further slow down the efforts to improve the area. However, it might not happen. Some immigrant families have moved into the area and are rapidly changing the Dynamics of the area.
This area has not seen a major drop in crime, and he’s in almost catastrophic Lilo number of college graduates, about 8%. This is well below the city’s average. On top of that, it seems as though there is not as much effort from City Hall to fix this part of the city and will likely be one of the last areas to gentrify, if ever.
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Driving Directions to Ehline Law Firm from Park Mesa Heights.
- Drive 24 min (8.4 miles) via W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd from Park Mesa Heights, Los Angeles, CA.
- Head north on 10th Ave toward W 57th St 45 s (0.2 mi)
- Continue on W 54th St.
- Take Arlington Ave, W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, I-110 N and CA-110 to W 5th St 23 min (8.2 mi)