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ICYMI: DTLA's Housing Tour Recap

For many years, the Downtown Center BID has run a monthly Housing Tour showcasing everything DTLA has to offer to those looking for a more urban lifestyle in sprawling Los Angeles. Downtown LA has a weekday population of 500,000 (workers, tourists, and residents) but only 70,000+ people actually live here. However, the number of Downtown residents is expected to top 85,000 in the next few years. 

On this housing tour, we show off some of the most dynamic neighborhoods in DTLA while exploring some of the newest residential communities. Our most recent DTLA Housing Tour was held on August 4th - starting at Bottega Louie, one of DTLA's finest restaurants. In case you weren't able to join us, here's a recap of the properties we explored. 


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The Dog Days of Summer

On July 11, 2018, Downtown LA and their canine friends gathered at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels to celebrate the 12th Annual Dog Day at the Cathedral, organized and hosted by the Downtown Center Business Improvement District (DCBID) and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The DCBID would like to thank the Title Sponsors Pussy & Pooch and The Bloc and our Premier Sponsor Downtown News.

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"Hacking the Highrise" - Wells Fargo Center Event Recap

The DCBID launched its "Hacking the Highrise" initiative on June 21st with a showcase event at Brookfield Properties' Wells Fargo Center North Tower.  Attendees from across the real estate industry mixed and mingled over food and drink and heard from an expert panel on how the property is being reinvented for a new era of city living and a new generation of tenants.

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Downtown Families Celebrate Halloween

On the evening of October 31st, over 1,700 Downtown LA kids and families attended our Halloween Festival at FIDM Grand Hope Park. Now in it's 10th year, this social community event gives our Downtown families an opportunity to have a safe and fun Halloween party right in their own backyard. ‚ÄčThe event is made possible by the Downtown Center Business Improvement District (DCBID), a coalition of nearly 1,700 property owners committed to enhance the quality of life within the district.

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