Downtown Los Angeles feels a little like New York in LA. Residential and commercial spaces line the streets in historic buildings and new buildings with residential lofts above storefronts and restaurants. The neighborhood is known for its world-class museums, historic landmarks, concert halls, theaters, art galleries, and dining scene.
Houses & Architecture
The Adaptive Reuse Ordinance allowed many of the often abandoned buildings and warehouses of the area to be converted into livable spaces.
Within no time, loft living became en vogue.
There are nine districts in Downtown. They include the Arts District, Bunker Hill, City West, Fashion District, Financial District, Historic Core, Lincoln Heights, Little Tokyo, and South Park.