Explore an interactive map below to discover unique highlights about the local neighborhood.
Walkability to shops, schools, and parks.
Access to nearby buses, trains, and trolleys.
Access to biking lanes, paths, trails, and parking.
Downtown Los Angeles, CA Neighborhood Information
Transform your lifestyle in downtown L.A., where you’ll be surrounded by the city’s best food, entertainment, and nightlife. Here, everything is within reach, whether you’re wandering the warehouses of the Arts District, dining in Little Tokyo, or catching a show at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Shoppers will love The Row’s many boutiques, while Staples Center offers concerts and pro sports for everyone. Commuting is also a breeze, as you’ll have easy access to Metro stations and the Amtrak at historic Union Station. Enjoy a bit of all the best in life in exciting downtown Los Angeles.
Check out a Lakers or Clippers game at Staples Center, get your kicks watching an LA Galaxy or LAFC match, enjoy a baseball game at Dodger Stadium, or cheer on the Chargers or Rams.
Music & More
Entertainment awaits you at The Broad, MOCA, Grammy Museum, The Music Center, Teragram Ballroom, Staples Center, and Microsoft Theater.
Cole’s French Dip (in the PE Building since 1908) and Philippe the Original share a reputation as the creator of the French dip–try them both and you decide.
Beats & Eats
Hit the clubs at tri-story The Mayan with Latin flair, the four-story Exchange LA offering various styles of DJ dance music, or Conga Room for Pan-Latin beats and eats.
Explore the exciting nearby districts including the Fashion District, the Flower District, the Jewelry District, the Arts District, and the Toy District.
Chills & Thrills
Thrills abound on the glass slide one thousand feet above LA at OUE Skyspace, at Horror Escapes LA, or on a Haunted Tales tour.
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