Wherever your rhythm moves you, when you own a home in DTLA you can get there by foot, bike, bus, and light rail. Car-less living in LA? Don’t worry, just steps from your new flat’s front door are historical landmarks, retail shops, museums, and endless cuisines to experience. You’ll love living in downtown LA and feasting off the energy of the Arts District, two blocks from Little Tokyo. Also wander to the MOCA Geffen Contemporary, The Broad, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Grand Central Market, and so much more.
If LA is the City of Angels, then DLTA is heaven for foodies. Ramen, sushi, curry, yakitori, pupusas, Southern comfort fried chicken, bubble tea, craft beers, bespoke cocktails… You want celebrity chefs? DTLA has ‘em – from Ray Garcia to Josef Centeno to Bill Chait. Want a side of history? Fugetsu-Do, a mochi and manju confectionery that opened in Little Tokyo in 1903, is thought to be the oldest still-operating food establishment LA. Little Tokyo is also considered the birthplace of the California roll. But don’t just take our word for it. DTLA’s eclectic, traditional, and trendy dining experiences await you today!