downtown los angeles
DTLA is the central business district of Los Angeles and features many of the city’s major arts institutions and sports facilities. The district is home to over 500,000 jobs. Head south to find portfolio-toting FIDM students and the Fashion District, or explore Little Tokyo and Chinatown’s galleries and restaurants to the north. Our condos and houses for sale in downtown LA offer quick and easy access to top restaurants, unique wholesale fashion sales, the outdoor marketplace of the Fashion District and Santee Alley, banks, bazaar type department stores, specialty stores, and movie palaces in the hub of the city’s Metro rapid transit system. The area has undergone significant revitalization in the past few years, and many historic office buildings have been converted into modern, stylish lofts, apartments, and condos.
A lively night picnic on the lawn of a Grand performance with friends, a jaunt to the Museum of Contemporary Arts (MOCA), a private party invitation to the Otis College of Art and Design, or a swanky dinner at a nearby downtown warehouse (since converted into a restaurant), bring DTLA to life every night of the week. In DTLA, you’ll find some of the city’s best restaurants. Stop by at Daikokuya for the city’s best ramen—just get there early to avoid the rush—and Wurstkuche for the sausage-and-beer trend. Other DTLA attractions include the Convention Center, Nokia Theater, Staples Center, the Mayan Theater, Union Station, Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, the Bradbury Building, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Ahmanson Theatre, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and one of the most beloved historic landmarks, the state-of-the-art Los Angeles Public Library. A diverse residential neighborhood of some 58,000 people, there is always someone available to meet you for coffee or early brunch at the Original Pantry Café, a 24-hour diner that claims to have never closed its doors since its grand opening.
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