Anyone out there still really hankering to get into Highland Park, where the exposed brick flows like wine and the streets are more walkable than a Jamiroquai video? The latest owners of the former Frank’s Camera on Figueroa may represent your last best chance.
The seriously pro-gentrification team behind the 22,500 sq. ft. offering is looking to lease the first floor rights to the raw space for $22,500 a month. That's gentrification at its finest. Makes sense, considering they paid almost $3.5 million for the freestanding three story structure not long ago. Build-out and licensing are up to the tenant, so don't expect a turnkey operation.
Any new tenants would be in good company, adjacent to Good Girl Dinette, The Greyhound and the rest of Highland Park's latest crop of young-people-friendly storefronts.