Exciting things are happening in Downtown LA! Find out why office tenants, restaurants, retailers, commercial and housing developers and residents are flocking to Downtown! The Business Walking Tour is designed to showcase the product of Downtown's remarkable renaissance. Downtown LA is the premier place to do business.
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The Business Walking Tour showcases Downtown's remarkable renaissance. From the opening of L.A. LIVE to treasured landmarks such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, STAPLES Center, and the Cathedral of our Lady of the Angels, to innovative nightlife, key office spaces, and stunning residential developments, Downtown LA is the premier place to do business. Sign Up Today!
Tours start at 10:00 AM sharp and end at about 1:30 PM. Once you're done with the tour, don't forget to continue exploring Downtown's restaurants, museums, shopping and much more!
With 29 million square feet of space, Downtown LA is the largest office building market in Southern California. We'll show you the best-quality product for the most affordable rates in greater LA, in both trophy skyscrapers and historic office buildings.
You'll also see Downtown amenities, including: hotels, restaurants, shopping and cultural and entertainment icons. Whether you need 1,000 square feet or 50,000 square feet, we'll point you in the right direction and end the tour with a complete list of building leasing agents, availability, and tips on making deals.
Retail and Restaurant
Downtown LA has great leasing opportunities for retailers and restaurateurs. Over 500,000 people work here during the week. Evenings, restaurants capitalize on crowds from LA LIVE, the Music Center and our growing residential population. You'll see our two major shopping centers, Macy's Plaza and FIGat7th, as well as street-level leasing opportunities from the Financial and Retail District up to Bunker Hill and The Old Bank District. We take you to the Grand Central Market down Broadway and through the Jewelry District.
Commercial and Housing Development
The story of the Downtown LA renaissance could not have been written without the remarkable housing boom. The passage of the Adaptive Reuse Ordinance (ARO) in 1999 allowed for the transformation of historically defunct buildings to premier residences and propelled the revitalization of Downtown LA.
Come see the mélange of residential developments, from Tom Gilmore's historical Old Bank District buildings to Downtown's newest properties - Concerto, 717 Olympic, The Rowan Lofts and the South Group's Evo . Throughout the different neighborhoods of Downtown, you'll see a variety of residences, each with its distinct flavor. We'll talk about pricing, demand, and trends.
When You Visit…
Remember! - This is a walking tour and requires good physical stamina. Please wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to hike a significant number of stairs. Water will be provided. Please arrive a little early, as the tour starts promptly.
Also, please remember to eat a late breakfast so you'll have enough energy for the tour.