Envision Life in #DTLA!

 The renaissance of Downtown Los Angeles has created a vibrant place to live, filled with intriguing homes, exciting restaurants and dynamic nightlife.  For us as Realtors®, this new lifestyle is much more than our specialty. It's our passion.


We live, work and play in the heart of DTLA, and we look forward to helping you find your own ideal place here.  From adaptive reuse lofts in historic office buildings to luxury condominiums, the choices are fascinating ... and freshly appealing. 



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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, eateries & shops. Read on →


Fashion District

Broadway / Sixth / 10 / Griffith

Whether you're a designer or simply seeking insider knowledge on fashion’s new waves, welcome to 90 blocks of textile adventure. You’ll find the largest selection of fabric in the United States. 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 →


Bunker Hill

Temple / 5th / 110/ Main

Truly the cultural epicenter of Downtown, it's the home of Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA Philharmonic, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Mark Taper Forum, and many more. Read on →