Downtown L.A. is sizzling and has finally become a place to work, live and enjoy entertainment.
A plethora of long abandoned warehouses and older office buildings have been converted to live / work lofts. Many of these architecturally interesting and technologically innovative spaces have high ceilings, large windows and spectacular city views. Often the projects include roof top lounging areas and pools, gyms, outdoor barbecues areas, computer bays, media / entertainment rooms, 24 hour security and are also pet friendly.
The most prominent newer entertainment venues like LA Live, The Staple Center, The Nokia Theater and The Ritz Carlton Hotel and Residences are located in South Park, exploding with additional residential and commercial developments underway. Bunker Hill, boasts the more established Music Center and Disney Hall as well as the newer Broad Museum and Park.
As each district has emerged it has developed its own characteristics, sense of community as well as favorite neighborhood restaurants, bars and shops. Below is a list of the various Downtown districts along with a map to help you locate each.
If you would like to know more about the various buildings in each district, please contact me.
It is no wonder that buyers seeking an urban lifestyle are attracted to the energy and innovation of Downtown, Los Angeles.
- Arts District
- Bunker Hill
- Central City West
- Civic Center
- Downtown Center
- El Pueblo
- Fashion District
- Financial District
- Historic core
- Jewelry District
- South Park
- Toy District/Little Tokyo