Taking a Green Rental Bike through DTLA? A Tipsheet for First-Timers
LA Times | 4.10.2018
A bike tour of downtown Los Angeles — or DTLA — is a breezy way to skirt congestion and see city sights up close. The affordable green Metro bikes can be found in racks every few blocks, and are placed at such hot spots as Union Station and Grand Central Market. Zig-zag your way through the booming Arts District or pedal to the museums up the hill.
Figueroa, Finally. Here's What 10 years and $20 million Can Do For 4 miles of Street
KPCC | 4.9.2018
A $20 million project to remake a four-mile stretch of Figueroa Street with better access for walkers, bikers and transit is nearing completion after 10 years of planning and setbacks...The My Figueroa project area runs from 7th Street in the heart of downtown south to Exposition Park, covering short portions of 11th Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Downtown LA is a hotbed of great new hotel design
Top Hotel News | 3.29.2018
Downtown LA is becoming a hub of arts, culture and hospitality. With over 8,000 new hotel rooms planned in the area across a number of big name brands, lifestyle hotels and boutique accommodation, the scene in DTLA is certainly sizzling.
The most exciting construction project in LA right now is the Regional Connector
Curbed LA | 2.27.2018
It’s the most important construction project in LA right now, and it is not a building. It’s a gargantuan subterranean structure that stretches 1.9 miles from Little Tokyo to the Financial District. When complete, it will provide a one-seat ride from Santa Monica to East LA, another from Long Beach to Azuza. That’s a distance of almost 40 miles, north to south, east to west, on one fare.
The Booming Business of ‘Experiences’
LA Downtown News | 1.9.2018
Last year, Downtown Los Angeles emerged as the place for massive themed installations of colorful designs and pop art. Interactive and full of opportunities to snag perfect photos to post on social media, the displays drew hundreds of thousands of visitors to stand in line and pose.
Fifteen Years in the Making, How Downtown L.A. Finally Arrived
Bloomberg | 1.5.2018
The emergence of Downtown Los Angeles, dubbed DTLA, is no news flash: The area has been on the rise since the late 1990s. But that was the start of a long uphill climb. By 2009, it had already undergone the transition from bleak badlands to vibrant cultural mecca, thanks to early pioneers like the L.A. Live entertainment complex and the Standard Hotel.
Downtown Los Angeles Is America's Most Colorful Neighborhood
Forbes | 4.28.2017
For those who love navigating cities by foot, New York will always be America's main option. Los Angeles, despite being the densest urban area, never achieved this walkability, thanks to government efforts to socially engineer sprawl. But one Los Angeles neighborhood, at least, offers something more colorful--and arguably better--than anything else in the U.S. It is the city's downtown area, better known here to locals as "DTLA."
From Shabby to Chic, Downtown LA Gets A Facelift
Yahoo News | 4.6.2017
Once a bleak neighborhood of deserted streets and half empty office buildings, Downtown Los Angeles is experiencing a stunning revival as restaurants, businesses, and new residents pour into the city.
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