2025 East 4th St is a 24-unit recently renovated asset for an investor to add to their portfolio for a steady stream of cash flow and passive income. The subject property is located in Boyle Heights near the corner of East 4th St and S St. Louis St near the entrance the 5-freeway providing easy access to the Arts District and Downtown LA. The subject property totals 11,556 SF featuring a unit mix of 3 singles, 14 junior one-bedrooms* and 7 one-bedrooms. The majority of rents are leased market rate, providing an investor strong in-place income immediately.
With a high Walk Score of 91, the subject property is in close proximity to schools, employment, and transit options. This location makes it convenient for residents to commute throughout the city even without a vehicle. The Boyle Heights neighborhood remains a strong area to invest in as 75% of their roughly 95,000 residents choose to rent.
Located just east of downtown Los Angeles and south of Lincoln Heights, Boyle Heights is one of Los Angeles’ most historic and vibrant neighborhoods. Currently in the path of development, the city proposed the Boyle Heights Community Plan to promote and encourage its economy, mobility, health and sustainability while preserving its rich history and cultural diversity. Hemmed by major freeways and in close proximity to major employment hubs, local residents of Boyle Heights not only have convenient access to the 10, 5 and 710 freeways, but also several public transportation options and amenities in walking distance.
With the $5 billion wave of developments sweeping across downtown Los Angeles and the Arts District, Boyle Heights is now seeing sizable public investments into the city to improve public infrastructures and to rebuild its community for economic growth.
From the Breed Street Shul to Mariachi Plaza, the history of Boyle Heights is something to experience. Hollenbeck Park, the old Santa Fe Railroad hospital are just some of the iconic locations in the neighborhood. For over nine decades the Sears Building has been an architectural and commercial beacon for residents and commuters in Los Angeles. The 1.8 million-square-foot Sears complex was one of Los Angeles’ largest building projects during the 1920s. The property is currently in a redevelopment phase that will feature a mixture of housing, retail space and potentially a hotel