Welcome to Los Angeles
Classic yet cutting-edge with up-and-coming businesses.
One of the country’s most exciting markets for real estate is growing. The world’s companies come for a talent base best described as nothing short of dynamic. A variety of office spaces are available, and access to transit abounds, such as DASH, Metro, Amtrak, or Metrolink trains. Bike shares or scooters offer in-city mobility. Residents delight in cuisine at trailblazing restaurants, enjoy views from rooftop bars, are entertained by cutting-edge performances, and appreciate world-class art.
Downtown Los Angeles’ neighborhoods include Larchmont Village, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Koreatown, Downtown LA, Mid- City, Mid- Wilshire, Miracle Mile, West Adams, Exposition Park and Bunker Hill.
What to Love
- Accessibility to transit
- Varied neighborhoods
- Exceptional amenities
- Hip, up-and-coming districts
Young families and successful professionals thrive on the urban and active life this world-class city affords them. The very best in entertainment, shopping, culture, and dining is right here, at their fingertips, and easy to get to in a variety of ways.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Los Angeles restaurants are inventing new and exciting menus and venues as well as tried and true experiences locals and visitors expect. Posh clubs, beer halls, cocktail lounges, and hip joints will please any palate. Dine on any style of food you can think of, such as Badmaash
for a twist on classic Indian food like chicken Tikka poutine or chili cheese naan. At the Bread Lounge
, you will find loaves that take sandwiches to another level.
If you’re looking to shop, you’ll want to go to The Bloc
. More than a shopping mall, this is an open-air destination for urban growth, community, and connection to fashion, finance, theater, and jewelry. You’ll find curated shops and artisans, as well as flagship shops like Macy’s. Dining at The Bloc offers options such as District DTLA
or Hatch Yakitori & Bar
. Another shopping destination is found at FIGat7th
The events calendar for downtown Los Angeles is packed with culture, music, theater, and art. There are options for families with kids, sports enthusiasts, or those looking for a great time out in the big city.
Things to Do
Visit The Broad
to see contemporary art from the 50s to the present. The veil and vault architecture is notable. The Last Bookstore
is a massive, yet somehow cozy place to browse the maze of used books. The 22,000-square-foot 100-year-old bank building also offers comic books, a yarn shop, and art studios.
There’s the Staples Center
or the Grammy Museum
where you’ll see musical artifacts. You can soak up culture at Los Angeles Philharmonic performances
, or at the Museum of Contemporary Art
. Looking for a great view of the city? Go 1,000 feet up on OUE Skyspace
in the U.S. Bank Tower.
Downtown Los Angeles also has green spaces, such as Blue Ribbon Garden
, Grand Park
, LA State Historic Park
near Chinatown, or Maguire Gardens
, great for people near the Central Library.
Downtown Los Angeles’ education is excellent. They have libraries, colleges of note, private schools, and universities.