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Downtown Los Angeles

Historic Core

There's a reason why one of Downtown L.A.'s most vibrant districts is called the Historic Core. Located between Hill and Main Streets and 1st and 9th Streets, this eclectic neighborhood showcases many of the things that originally put Los Angeles on the world stage, including lovely parks, ornate movie palaces and other architectural marvels. It's also where visitors can experience places that have helped contribute to L.A.'s more contemporary reputation as a food and arts destination. With no shortage of beautiful buildings, cutting-edge art galleries, trendy bars and gourmet restaurants, the Historic Core is where L.A.'s golden era meets modern times.

Bunker Hill

A mix of soaring skyscrapers and internationally known cultural institutions such as the Disney Concert Hall, Music Center, MOCA, The Broad, and several others. While bustling with office workers on weekdays, the success of The Broad and adjacent culinary destinations has ushered in a diverse population, altering perceptions and activating the area on evenings and weekends as well.

L.A. Live / L.A. Convention Center / Staples Center

Here you’ll find the Los Angeles Convention Center and STAPLES Center (a multi-use arena that is the home of the Lakers, Clippers, Kings, and Sparks, as well as boxing events and superstar concerts). Adjacent is L.A. LIVE, an entertainment and dining complex centered by the open-air, brightly lit Microsoft Square, and surrounded by the Microsoft Theater, Grammy Museum, and Lucky Strike Bowling Alley. Also on the property are two dozen bars and restaurants for cocktails, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Fashion District

Spanning 100 blocks in the heart of Downtown L.A., the Los Angeles Fashion District is the hub of the L.A. fashion industry, featuring more than 2,000 independently-owned retail and wholesale businesses with apparel, accessories and footwear for the entire family. The district is also home to the lively Santee Alley, the largest selection of fabrics and notions in Southern California, and the L.A. Flower District, the largest flower market in the United States. The district is open to both the public and the trade. Designer showrooms and wholesale businesses are for the trade-only. However, Santee Alley and retailers in the surrounding area are open to the public, as are many of the businesses on the west side of the district. Showrooms open to the public on the last Friday of the month for sample sales.

Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo has a rich history dating to its roots as a magnet for immigrating Japanese at the turn of the 20th Century. Today it is one of Downtown’s most walkable areas, with a lively retail scene that harmoniously balances old and new, hip and traditional, as well as popular cultural institutions such as the Japanese American National Museum and the Geffen Contemporary.

Arts District

Situated on the eastside of DTLA, adjacent to the LA River and rail yards, the Arts District is famously home to galleries and cultural spaces, live/work lofts, and must-try restaurants, and retail in converted warehouses and former factories. This unique downtown community has also become a haven of innovative space for technology, media, and other creative companies. The neighborhood’s buzz can be felt day and night.

Crypto.com Arena 3min

Los Angeles Convention Center 3min

SoFi Stadium 20 min

MBO Stadium 15 mins

Disneyland 30 mins

Universal Studios 20 mins