It is arguably the hottest new “city” in the United States.
Empty nesters are moving there…(Wall Street Journal)
At least 27 new developments are underway in DTLA…(LA Downtown News)
The city has a mandate for at least 4,000 new hotel rooms in the neighborhood…
The Related Cos, SBE and Frank Gehry partnerships are bringing their NYC mixed-use expertise, entertainment and design sensibilities a la Time Warner Center to Grand Avenue…(Bloomberg News)
Eli Broad is developing a contemporary art museum to complement the concert halls and theaters…
By 2020, Downtown Los Angeles will be a dense, walkable city. You’ll be close to the city center — a vast and welcomed departure from Los Angeles of today.
Originally published at raghavsapra.com.