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The change goes furiously fast and what a year ago felt a bit odd and extraordinary feels like it is getting ready for the big masses.Still worth visiting, in terms of restaurants, cafes and partly exciting street art
It’s a nice and tiny area, best you leave your car in one of the parking areas for 10$ flat rate and start walking ( take a map with you or your mobile better) and walk and watch the various artists and Little Tokyo too....More
Wow L.A. has gotten so much cooler because of the Art District. Tons of interesting murals and public art in every corner. Be sure to look up because you could find some interesting wire art like we did! Cool shops and restaurants too. Very walkable...More
This location is bounded by little tokyo. I actually have spent time at angel city brewery(microbrewery) and have visited wurstkuche(exotic meats). The eateries here tend to be unique like the pie hole. Also, if you are into wall murals there are a good number of...More
Fed up with the faux glitz of Hollywood, loved MoMA and The Broad? Then the Arts District is a must! In the process of regeneration the street art is incredible and there are pop up shops, cafes and an excellent kids park. Take your time...More
A hotbed for creators from all arenas, making it one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods to visit. If you like street art, it's exciting to see these amazing wall paintings.The area is under the realm of the property owners and is likely to change...More
This neighborhood is experiencing a transformation. Some areas are still abandoned, but once you find the right streets you will enjoy everyone of the graffitis and the work that local artists are developing in each wall bringing back to life this part of the city.
This area (warehouse district) of downtown LA is undergoing massive redevelopment; and all for the better, in my opinion. What used to be run-down and (some) abandoned warehouses and factories is now being slowly transformed into a contemporary hip neighborhood. There are brand-new apartments, lofts...More