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The Broad Museum Adds Culture And Memorable Architecture To Downtown Los Angeles

Sep. 29, 2015
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At first glance, the architecture of the newly opened Broad Museum could be mistaken for an art piece in and of itself, and rightly so. It houses some of the most impressive postwar and contemporary art in the world, much of which is from their personal collection. Veteran art collectors Eli and Edythe Broad had a… Read more

4 Reasons To Visit DTLA’S Grand Park This Summer

Jul. 11, 2014
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A park is like summer’s ultimate living room: a central gathering place for anyone hoping to read the next chapter in their book or spend a lazy afternoon away from the office. Dubbed “The Park For Everyone”, Grand Park is one such destination. Stretching from The Civic Center on the west to City Hall on… Read more

Downtown Los Angeles Welcomes The Ace Hotel

Jan. 13, 2014
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Fans of the Ace Hotel no longer have to flock to Palm Springs to luxuriate in its hip poolside accommodations. The brand has officially landed in the heart of the historic Broadway theater district in Downtown Los Angeles and will be greeting guests as one of the “12 Most Anticipated Hotel Openings Of 2014”, according… Read more

The Agency’s Brigham Yen Reports On The Latest Downtown LA Developments

Oct. 23, 2013
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It’s been a busy month in the ongoing Downtown Los Angeles renaissance, with new rumors and announcements about residential and commercial developments. As always, The Agency’s Brigham Yen is on top of it via his popular DTLA Rising blog. Here is an update on a few of his latest entries: Most recently, Brigham reports that… Read more

Back To The Future: Transforming Downtown L.A.


Not long ago, for most Angelenos, Downtown was somewhere you worked or went to Lakers games – period; end of story. What may come as a surprise to some, however, is that Downtown LA is enjoying a renaissance much like that of SoHo, New York in the 1980s, San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter in the early 1990s, and Manhattan’s Meatpacking District in the late 1990s.

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