DCBID in the News
The buzz about Downtown LA grows exponentially each year, with stories running in local, regional, and national press. DCBID initiatives earn coverage from a number of media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, KPCC, Los Angeles Downtown News, and Los Angeles Business Journal.
Downtown Center Business Improvement District
Silver Lake Blog | 7.15.2016
SLB caught up with Nicholas Griffin, Director of Economic Development, Downtown Center Business Improvement District. He shares with us about his work, his passion, his life lessons, and finding his lucky hundred dollar bill!
The Reimagination of Downtown Los Angeles
Brookings Institution | 7.8.2016
A three-day visit to downtown Los Angeles exposed the nuances behind these stereotypes. Hosted by the Los Angeles Downtown Center Business Improvement District, which is focused on strengthening downtown as an innovation district, our visit began as a real estate tour but quickly revealed regeneration and innovation activity that confounded our expectations.
The Curtain Rises on the 'Other Broadway' in Downtown LA
California Centers Magazine | 1.2016
Downtown Los Angeles' Broadway District is experiencing a cultural rebirth that has attracted retailers, tourists and residents from near and far.
DTLA’s Population Paints A Positive Picture
Connect | 1.23.2016
According to the report, tourism is at a four-year high with hotel occupancy reaching 78%, development is rampant, and hip bars and eateries inundate the city’s blocks.
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- 'Everything Has Changed' In Downtown L.A., Central City Assn. Chief Carol Schatz Says
- 10 Years of Dog Day Afternoon
- Downtowners Are Young and Have Money, And They Really Like it Here
- Downtown L.A. Retail Market Bursting with Activity According to New Retail Report by DCBID
- Development Hit Record Highs Last Year in DTLA
- Report: Downtown is Booming, Making Records in 2015
- DTLA’s Property Values Are Up 72%
- Is The New Whole Foods A Game Changer For Downtown Los Angeles?
- Downtown Is Benefiting From An Economic Renaissance
- In Downtown Los Angeles, a Potential Anchor for Offices