Downtown LA High Rise Condos
Included below are High Rise Condosfor sale as well as lofts and penthouse listings in Downtown LA, CA.
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Los Angeles has some amazing High-Rises and they are most commonly found in the following areas in Los Angeles: Downtown LA High Rise Condos, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Wilshire Corridor, Century City, Koreatown, Santa Monica, Los Feliz, Marina Del Rey & Pacific Palisades. When you’re considering purchasing a High-Rise Condo in LA. there are numerous newer and historic buildings and everything in between. Read on below the listings for more information on living in and moving to Downtown L.A.
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Moving to Downtown Los Angeles
That's a big move! Downtown Los Angeles; the second-largest city in the country but really were talking about the downtown area, not the entire Los Angeles County which includes multiple towns, communities, and unincorporated areas. The downtown area really sits between the three major highways and interstates surrounding it, Highway 101, Highway 110, Interstate 10, and the Los Angeles River, which runs north and south through downtown.
The downtown area has several major districts:
Jewelry District – recognized around the world for more than just its wholesale prices on beautiful jewelry but historical architecture, beautiful high-rise towers and metropolitan streets. It's home to Pershing Square, a public park with a beautiful view of the city as well as ice-skating in the winter, concerts in the summer, and over 5000 shops.
Broadway Theater District – listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the first and largest historic theater district in the country. It stretches for six blocks comprised of 12 vintage movie theaters featured in numerous movies and films over the years. Not only will you find theaters but you'll find clothing stores, trendy and eclectic flea markets, beautiful churches, and timeless treasures.
Fashion District – I'm sure your sensing a trend here but where food meets fashion, this is the fashion district offering wholesale and retail apparel, footwear, accessories and cosmetics. The California Mart every Friday of the month attracts hundreds of shoppers from all over the city with designer merchandise at discount prices. Head on over to Santee Alley, one of Los Angeles's largest outdoor marketplaces with over 100 shops as well as local vendors selling some of the most delicious food in the city.
Arts District – Get a load of your own artistic flair with some of the most beautiful murals, graffiti covered buildings, and street art in downtown. This is a mecca for the city's most creative artists with warehouses chocked full of artistic passion in galleries, cafés, venues, and art shows. The Art Share LA is a dance studio, painting workshop, and loft for local artists.
Flower District – if you thought the art district was colorful, wait till you see the flower district. From perfect centerpieces to beautiful arrangements, orchids and succulents, roses and grasses, the flower district is the perfect place to buy wholesale flowers and literally smell the roses.
Financial District – in the center of the city this dense and diverse financial area is the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Sitting in the center of the regional Metro rail system, you'll find restaurants, bars, shopping options, and entertainment. It's a home to major retailers like Target, Macy's, and whole Foods. It's a great place to start and branch off from here.
Historic Core – This is where the past and history comes to life with the collection of eclectic and classic buildings that are used for both residential and office space. From showcase architecture to the bustling Broadway Core door, this is where visitors and residents alike can enjoy the contemporary reputation as a premier shopping, arts, and food destination.
South Park – once a sea of parking lots and warehouses is now a beautiful residential and entertainment district. This is the county's biggest visitor attraction encompassing LA Live, the Staples Center, and the Los Angeles Convention Center. Nearly 6000 residents call South Park home and it has one of the largest concentrations of residential condominiums and developments in the neighborhood.
So, What's It Like to Live in DTLA?
All of these districts are great and all but what is it like to live there? You're likely to live in a condominium or apartment. There are very few if any actual houses in downtown Los Angeles. Here's where you'll find the high-rise condominiums, beautiful skyscraper condos and penthouses, funky warehouse lofts and townhouses. If it's funky, you can probably find it in downtown Los Angeles but you can also find high-end, luxury condominiums perfect for purchasing or rentals.
One of the best things about living in downtown LA is that you probably won't need a vehicle. You can walk to just about everything whether it's the corner market, the neighborhood coffee shop, fantastic concerts and entertainment at LA Live or the Staples Center, take in a game, or expand your epicurean horizons. You can find just about everything within a few block radius in downtown Los Angeles. Plus, you can hop on any one of the freeways to get around the county fairly easy… Which is an understatement because were still talking about Los Angeles traffic care. But if you want everything within about a 10 block radius of where you live, downtown is where it's at.
Downtown LA Condos
Financial District where you have Buildings like Library Court Lofts and 655 S. Hope Street, Arts District which has building like Biscuit Company Lofts, The Bartlett Building, the Newer Built Broadway Lofts located next to the Ace Hotel.
The Broadway Lofts one of the few buildings that allow Air B and B. The Eastern Columbia Building and much more; Flower District which have buildings like the Textile; Historic Part of Downtown LA which has buildings like the Higgins Building built in 1911, The Douglas building and many more; Bunker Hill Tower District which has a building like Promenade East, Promenade West and Bunker Hill Tower; Fashion District which has buildings like Santee Village; South Park District which encompasses so many amazing new developments like the Metropolis, TEN50 Condos, and Perla. South Park is also home to many other luxury condo buildings in Los Angeles and there are many Los Angeles Condo Options to choose from.
One of my favorites is the Ritz Carton located in Downtown LA in the heart of South Park adjacent to the Staples Center with incredible amenities and service one would expect of places like the Ritz. It’s also one of the few condo buildings which is also branded with a Hotel. The only other one is the W Residences connected to a Hotel Brand in Hollywood. There’s also an upcoming Hyatt in Downtown LA that will be branded, Hyatt Condos.
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