Downtown LA

Welcome to Downtown Los Angeles

Rapidly evolving arts and culture scene in a highly convenient locale.

Encircled by Interstate 10, 110, and 101, Downtown Los Angeles is a fast-changing part of the city. Numerous multi-family developments have been built here in recent years, and a plethora of highly-rated restaurants have opened in this part of town. Downtown Los Angeles encompasses an outstanding art district, top attractions, and a lively pedestrian area. Those who live downtown are just steps away from the famous Staples Center, which is home to the city’s beloved L.A. Lakers. A new subway line, which will take passengers to beachside cities in just 20 minutes, is set to be completed in 2022. 
 
Modern condos and spacious multi-family homes are popping up across the neighborhood. Many of these properties are within walking distance of top restaurants, stores, and attractions. Finding the perfect place to live in Downtown Los Angeles is effortless.

What to Love

  • Brand-new residential developments
  • Staples Center
  • Convenient location
  • Exceptional public schools
  • Constantly evolving and growing

Local Lifestyle

Life in Downtown Los Angeles is on the brink of an exciting transformation. Not only is the brand-new subway line about to open, significantly reducing travel times to various cities, but the overall vibe is rapidly shifting. Many areas now have radically different personalities and characters. New businesses of all kinds are opening throughout the community. Everywhere from the Arts District to the Financial District is experiencing updates and innovative changes.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

Whether you’re new to Downtown Los Angeles or haven’t visited in some time, there are brand-new restaurants and shops that have emerged as local favorites. Before you head out on the town, explore some of the neighborhood’s recommended establishments.
 
In the Fashion District, locals can’t get enough of the cuisine at Bestia, Soho Warehouse, The Vegan Joint, Rossoblu, Poppy + Rose, Anwar’s Kitchen, and Sonoratown. Close to the Arts District? Excite your taste buds with one-of-a-kind cuisine from Bavel, Caboco, Zinc Cafe & Market and Bar, Girl & the Goat, The Factory Kitchen, and KTCHN DTLA, a weekend brunch pop-up. No matter where you are in Downtown Los Angeles, you can easily find an eclectic selection of outstanding restaurants.
 
Shopping is also a pleasure in Downtown Los Angeles. The Fashion District easily has some of the neighborhood’s best boutiques. Check out the unique items at favorites such as Smiling Home, American Blankets, Four Seasons Home Linen, Flora Clay floral market, and Lupita’s Flowers. In the Arts District, you can find artwork for your new home at Hauser & Wirth, Art Share L.A., and WISDOME LA.

Things to Do

One of the top perks of living in Downtown Los Angeles is being close to some of the area’s best attractions.
 
Sports fans have the privilege of being near some of the nation’s most acclaimed stadiums and sports venues. Watch baseball at Dodger Stadium, which has been the home of the L.A. Dodgers since 1962. The Staples Center is also minutes from any spot in Downtown Los Angeles. On top of featuring the Los Angeles Lakers, the Clippers, the Sparks, and the Kings, the venue hosts dozens of concerts and live events each year.
 
Toward the northern edge of Downtown Los Angeles, there are several other fabulous highlights to explore. Don’t miss visiting The Museum of Contemporary Art, Grand Park, The Broad (a modern art museum), Walt Disney Concert Hall, Grammy Museum L.A., and the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Schools

In Downtown Los Angeles, there is a high concentration of top-rated public high schools. Two are rated as a 10/10 on GreatSchools.org.
 
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