DTLA’s Arts District:
An all-inclusive guide

From the Los Angeles print issue: New crops of highly visible developments are seemingly sprouting up on every corner of the Los Angeles Arts District, a former warehouse neighborhood on the eastern edge of Downtown. Museums, cafés, gastropubs, crafts shops, lofts and creative workspaces are all opening up at a lively clip. The district’s artistic revival could be dated to 2001, when the Southern California Institute of Architecture, known as SCI-Arc, moved its campus to … Continue reading DTLA’s Arts District:
An all-inclusive guide
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