Elysian Valley, also known as Frogtown, is the residential and industrial neighborhood on the southwest side of the Los Angeles River between Elysian Park and Glassell Park in the City of Los Angeles. >> MORE
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Of all the neighborhoods along the L.A. River, Elysian Valley or Frogtown, lives most intimately with the river. It is now the launch point for kayaking, and has a popular bike path.
Frogtown is one of a few neighborhoods in L.A. where industrial buildings mix with residences. One of the first was the 4S bakery. It was founded in 1922 by four men whose names all started with S. It moved from downtown to Elysian Valley in 1926. At some point they merged with Bimbo bakeries.
The residents are fighting its transition into the next hipster place. In Aug. 2014, L.A. Weekly described Frogtown as L.A.s hottest new neighborhood, but the residents declined the honor. Residents are not embracing change, according to the August 3, 2015 Community Beacon.
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