The mission of the DCBID’s Economic Development team is to improve and revitalize Downtown Los Angeles and bring investment and new businesses to the area. Browse the latest Business News for information on leasing, retail, and other business topics in DTLA.
Popular Brooklyn Restaurant Opens Sibling Rival Inside Downtown’s New Hoxton Hotel
Eater LA | 10.10.2019
博利彩票Williamsburg restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn is just about ready to open its West Coast restaurant Sibling Rival on October 11 at the ground floor of the Hoxton hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. Channeling all the good stuff of an all-day diner with plenty of seats and lounge space, plus a long cocktail bar with snazzy fixed stools, Sibling Rival is a nice one-up to its more low-key Brooklyn counterpart.
Pacsun Store Signs Lease Nearby Herald Examiner Building In Downtown LA
DTLA Rising | 8.12.2019
Over by the historic 1914 Herald Examiner Building located at 11th and Broadway, which is actively being converted into a large satellite campus for Arizona State University, one of the most successful Southern California-based retailers has decided to open their first Downtown LA flagship store nearby. Anaheim-based casual streetwear brand, PacSun...
A Wild New Multi-Sensory Dining Experience Is Heading Right For Downtown
Eater LA | 7.16.2019
Things could be getting wild soon in Downtown, thanks to the new V DTLA. The upcoming all-day restaurant on 7th Street is leaning into technology to turn tables faster and engage guests inside the restaurant, and may even offer a multi-sensory dining experience complete with “scent strategy” and sound engineering when all is said and done.
About last night: Celebrating Alamo Drafthouse L.A.'s arrival
DTLA Rising | 7.9.2019
博利彩票Gleeful film buffs and indie filmmakers came together Thursday for the grand-opening bash for Alamo Drafthouse’s new theater in downtown Los Angeles’ the Bloc shopping center.
Filipino Fast Food Eatery Jollibee to Open First Downtown LA Location
DTLA Rising | 7.9.2019
博利彩票Seventh Street in Downtown LA has become one of the most active streets in Los Angeles with vibrant pedestrian activity taking place from morning to late into the evening (especially on a weekend). The historic east-west pedestrian corridor, linking the Financial District to the Historic Core and beyond, was one of the first main thoroughfares in Downtown LA to experience urban revitalization with the opening of the popular Bottega Louie restaurant in 2009.
Downtown’s Next Dinner Spot Promises Every Kind of Casual Food Imaginable
Eater LA | 6.28.2019
Downtown’s long-gestating Bloc development has almost reached its final form. The open-air mall and marketplace already contains a number of restaurant and retail options, but now comes the newest member of the team: Joey, a sprawling casual chain that comes by way of Canada.
NeueHouse Taps Historic Bradbury Building for DTLA Location: Sources
The Real Deal | 4.30.2019
Co-working is coming to one of Downtown's most historic building, made famous in films like "Blade Runner" and "500 Days of Summer." NeueHouse, a cow-orking firm based in New York, has leased 28,000 square feet at Bradbury Building for its third L.A. location, The Real Deal has learned.
Downtown LA’s Next Big Restaurant Opens in This Historic Fire Station in Arts District
Eater LA | 4.9.2019
博利彩票Despite the daunting nature of trying to rehabilitation and remodel an entire historic building in Los Angeles, Dustin Lancaster (Bar Covell) and partner Tyler Stonebreaker have done just that with the new Arts District Firehouse Hotel, opening Monday, April 15. Part of a nine room boutique hotel, with most of the rooms situated on the second floor where firemen used to reside, the restaurant portion will take over the ground floor and a significant patio space of the 1927 fire station.
Carr Workplaces Opens DTLA Coworking Location, Its 27th Overall
Bisnow | 3.11.2019
The Washington, D.C.-based coworking company has signed a lease and is partnering with National Real Estate Advisors to occupy 24K SF of office space at The Bloc in downtown. The coworking space is slated to open in June.
Why Warner Bros., Spotify & More Are Moving to LA's Arts District
Billboard.com | 2.8.2019
博利彩票Now, in what could prove to be a seismic shift for the city’s music industry and urban development map, Warner Music Group is moving from its Burbank headquarters into a former Ford Factory building on South Santa Fe Avenue (the move could come as early as March). And Spotify recently inked a lease that will put the streaming service in a massive new development located a few blocks from the label.
Manufactory Now Open in Downtown LA
Happening in DTLA | 1.31.2019
博利彩票Much like the San Francisco original, this Downtown behemoth spans tens of thousands of square feet of retail, wholesale, and prep space, selling everything from takeaway coffee and pastries to daytime cafe staples from Tartine’s Chad Robertson and Liz Prueitt.
Hem Opens First U.S. Store in Downtown L.A.
Architectural Digest | 1.23.2019
For its first foray into the U.S., Stockholm-based modern furniture retailer Hem is opening its newest showroom in downtown Los Angeles. Best known for its unique and colorful furniture, lighting, and other home furnishings, the brand first dipped a toe into the U.S. market last fall with a pop-up in Manhattan.