The Neighbourhood

 

Downtown Los Angeles is a mosaic of fifteen sectors, each with its own distinct personality. Here are a few highlights to get you started discovering DTLA!

 

Arts District

Alameda / LA River / 101 / 10

Once the site of California's premier wine vineyards, it later became a vibrant artist enclave. Today, small stores and eclectic restaurants share the cozy streets with loft spaces. Read on →

Little Tokyo

Temple / Fourth / Alameda / Main

Home to the largest Japanese population in North America. Along with great food, shopping and condo living, it features major Japanese and contemporary art museums. Read on →

 

Financial District

Third / Eighth / 110 / 10

Site of most of the high rises on the Downtown skyline. Several major US corporate firms are based here; loft-style housing has drawn a growing residential population. Read on →

 

Historic Core & Gallery Row

Broadway / Third / Main / Ninth

This collection of stunning pre-1930s buildings was once the center of LA. Today, they're being converted into lofts, workspaces, restaurants and shops. Read on →

South Park

Ninth / Broadway / 110 / 10

LA's entertainment and sporting epicenter includes Staples Center, a glittering new skyline of sleek residential towers, and the billion-dollar L.A. Live entertainment mecca. Read on →

 

Center City West

Temple / Wilshire / Lucas / 110

The freeway isolated this area from the central city. It now boasts beautifully sleek apartments, newsy restaurants, and some of DTLA's most elegant buildings. Read on →