DTLA Feb. Condo Summary

In February 2018, there were 21 Condo sales in DTLA totaling  $17,402,000The 21 sales were in 15 different buildings.

DTLA Condo Sales February 2018 The sales this month were in the following areas:  Arts District (3 sales), Bunker Hill (1 Sale), Central City West (1 Sales), Financial District (1 Sale), Historic Core (2 Sales), Little Tokyo (4 Sale), South Park (9 Sales).

Highest Sale Of The Month – EVO Lofts 3,960 sqft SOLD $4,020,000

Dig all out the last nickels from your sofa cushions!! The highest February sale was at the EVO Lofts for $4,020,000. A  3,960 square foot condo. 3-Beds, 3-Baths. This is the Penthouse suite, with every upgrade imaginable included. ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE VIEWS!!

All Sales

ALL DTLA SALES
(JANUARY 2018)
SALES DATE AREA BUILDING SQFT PRICE
02/1/18 Bunker Hill Promenade West 1,323  $590K
2/2/18 South Park Market Lofts  754 $460K
2/2/18 Little Tokyo Little Tokyo Lofts  720 $415K
2/5/18 Financial District Library Court 910  $637K
2/7/18 South Park Skyline Condos 1,625  $1.06M
2/7/18 South Park Sky Lofts 1,580  $994K
2/8/18 South Park EVO Lofts 886  $630K
2/8/18 Little Tokyo Mura Condos 1,290  $805K
2/9/18 South Park Skyline Condos 754  $546K
2/9/18 Little Tokyo Savoy Condos 870  $590K
2/13/18 South Park EVO Lofts 840  $675K
2/14/18 Arts District Barker Block Lofts 1,440  $1.06M
2/16/18 Arts District Biscuit Company Lofts 1,112  $860K
2/20/18 South Park Luma South Lofts 908 $615K
2/22/18 Central City West Vero Lofts 1,130 $580K
2/23/18 Historic Core SB Grand 650 $445K
2/23/18 Little Tokyo Savoy Condos 908 $560K
2/23/18 South Park EVO Lofts 900 $640K
2/23/18 South Park EVO Lofts 3,960 $4.02M
2/23/18 Arts District Biscuit Company Lofts 626 $699K
2/27/18 Historic Core Pan American Lofts 750 $520K
 Total:  $17,402,000

 

 

 Summary

In Februaury 2018, there were 6  sales in Echo Park totaling $7,977,000Silver Lake on the other hand, had 13 sales for $18,807,000

Together they totaled $26,784,000. Silver Lake and Echo park are the hottest areas around right now.

Echo Park

The first Echo Park sales was an $817,000 triplex tucked away in the hills on 2414 N Alvarado St. The units are a 2-Bed/1-Bath unit a 1-Bed/1-Bath and a Studio/1-Bath.

Silver Lake

The highest sale in Silver Lake was a 3-Bed/2.75-Bath two-level home with 2,593 Sqft. It went for $2,799,000 on 1902 Micheltorena St.

All Sales

 

ALL ECHO PARK SALES
(FEBRUARY 2018)
SALES DATE ADDRESS SQFT PRICE
2/2/18 2414 N Alvarado St 1,640  $817K
2/2/18 430 Firmin St 1,490 $1.030M
2/2/18 1000 W Kensington Rd 4,369 $1.650M
2/8/18 2147 Kent St 1,500  $580K
2/16/18 1958 Lemoyne St 1,263  $1.050M
2/26/18 908 Everett St 4,500  $2.850M
 Total:  $7,977,000

 

ALL SILVER LAKE SALES
(FEBRUARY 2018)
SALES DATE ADDRESS SQFT PRICE
2/5/18 1623 N Benton Way 3,276  $3.075M
2/6/18 2202 Edendale Ln 1,307 $738K
2/7/18 1784 Rotary Dr 2,270 $1.149M
2/9/18 2454 Lindsay Ln 1,284  $1.344M
2/13/18 2018 Griffith Park Blvd 1,022  $645K
2/13/18 2380 Lake View Ave 1,015  $760K
2/14/18 2246 Earl St 1,445  $1.443M
2/14/18 1902 Micheltorena St 2,593  $2.799M
2/15/18 1897 Lucile Ave 1,414  $1.075M
2/16/18 2111 India St 833  $592K
2/16/18 2039 Kenilworth Ave 2,982  $2.295M
2/20/18 1262 Hyperion Ave 1,046  $890K
2/21/18 2955 Swan Pl 2,677  $2.0M
 Total:  $18,807,000

 

*** Highest Sale of the Month

 Things To Do In Downtown LA February 2018

Photo Courtesy of Row DTLA

10 AMAZING THINGS TO DO IN Downtown LA | april 2018

No More FOMO. Plan out your month with the city’s best culture, concerts, eateries and more.

Things To Do In Downtown LA April 2018

THINGS TO DO

April 7

SkyFlow Festival; ROW DTLA

Bring on a day full of rooftop yoga, meditation, plus sunset dance party vibes. Make a day for play where all of our most inspiring, freshest things flow together beneath the sky, sun and stars. Each attendee is welcome to come flow for one class, or try a bunch. Take a break to relax and explore all the *extra flavor. Then really stretch it out, when we get loose to soulful, funky grooves at dusk.  Grab your tickets and don’t forget to bring a yoga mat! *Extra Flavor includes food trucks, a day lounge with complimentary drinks from Kevita kombucha and Harmless Harvest coconut water. 

 April 17

DTLA Singles Night; Birds and Bees

Singles unite for Downtown LA’s newest singles night. This is a time to mix and mingle and hopefully find your soulmate, S.O. or special someone for a future date. You never know what might happen! What to expect? Plenty of ice breaker activities, free champagne (for all ladies with an RSVP), 2 for 1 well drinks and brews, plus photo booth fun and a photo booth contest for a grand prize!

FOOD + DRINK

April 7, 8

Foodie Con; Magic Box at the The Reef

Savor everything your palate desires all under one roof for one full weekend of fun! This two day shopping and educational event is coined a ‘Comic-Con’ for Foodies! Experience cuisines from hand-selected vendors including local chefs, food trucks, food artisans, gadgets and cookware, wineries, craft breweries plus more!

April 21, 22

Clean Made LA; California Market Center

Discover and explore a healthy sustainable lifestyle! Vegan? Paleo? Keto? Dairy-free? Gluten-free? Shopping organic? Living sustainably? Want to learn more? This two-day event is the place to do so! Come for the good, stay for the food and enjoy the experience. #feelgoodfood

April (All Month)

Impossible Burger x Unami Burger; All Locations

Dig your teeth into one of the three new exciting “Impossible Burger” flavors. The world-renowned premium burger concept is introducing three new  flavors of its famed “Impossible Burger” to  their menu. Since launching last year – the plant based burger has been a huge success. The new flavors include: Vegan BBQ, Vegan Truffle or Classic California Style Burger.

Find more things to do in our April 2018 events calendar.

ARTS + CULTURE

April 19

Earth Day LA; Grand Park

Celebrate Los Angeles’ largest earth day event! Earth Day LA offers Angeleno’s residents, workers and visitors ideas and solution on how to live clean and go green. This annual event features performances, plant giveaways, tours and demonstrations of the latest in green technology. Tour Grand Park’s sustainable landscaping, demo electric vehicles, drop off e-waste and join a yoga boot camp. This event is first come first served. Be sure to arrive early.

April 21, 22

Renegade Craft LA; LA State Historic Park

Bring your good vibes and join Renegade LA for a sunny, crisp spring weekend full of great food, vintage treasures, craft cocktails, art and delightful photo opps. Guaranteed to be a good time all around!

 

Find more things to do in our April 2018 events calendar.

TV + Cinema

April 28

Street Food Cinema; LA State Historic Park

Round up your squad and get ready to watch Dazed & Confused. This movie is a classic, plus what better way to watch it than in LA State Historic Park? There will be a band performing, and plenty of food trucks for you to enjoy. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., band plays at 6:30 p.m. and the movie begins at 8:30 p.m. On that note, I’ll leave you with this quote, “the older you get the more rules they’re gonna try to get you to follow. You just gotta keep livin’ man, L-I-V-I-N.”

MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE

April 20

Mixtape; The Rooftop

Get down to an evening full of house, funk, disco, techno and righteous beats brought to you by The Gel Lab featuring Zernell (Grimy), Seven Davis Jr (Secret Angles) & Ari Shark (The Gel Lab).  You’ve got to get up to get down, so shake your tailfeather and take it to The Rooftop (you won’t regret it).

April 21, 22

Broke LA Music & Art Festival; The Regent

Unearth all the music, art, goods and stuff you love but don’t know about yet at LA’s homegrown and independently run art and music festival aka Broke LA (formerly Brokechella). It’s a new year, and Broke LA is back and broke as ever, plus very excited to host their 8th year at The Regent in partnership with Spaceland Productions, for not only one, but two days! Yes, two days. Get ready to see over 50 musical acts and comedians on 3 stages, plus bars, food, tons of vendors and art installations. Grab your tickets for $25! That’s a price you can’t haggle or bargain down.

Want more? Then be sure to check out Happening In DTLA’s Events Calendar for updates on exciting things happening in the city throughout the month of April.

Echo Park Summary

The city to Silverlake’s right is also an extremly hot and trendy neighborhood that captures the attention of the LA hipster crowd.

In January 2018, there were 11 property sales in Echo Park totaling $9,612,500The 11 sales happened between only 2.4 square miles!

Echo Park’s price per square foot is reaching higher than the Hollywood hills in today’s market!!

The first standard sale to go through in Echo Park was a breath taking remodeled Spanish duplex. 1449 Scott Ave sold for $1,115,00 for 2 bed 2 bath renovated 1,080sqft home

All Sales

ALL ECHO PARK SALES
(JANUARY 2018)
SALES DATE ADDRESS SQFT PRICE
01/9/18 1130 Laveta Ter 600  $465K
1/9/18 1449 Scott Ave 1,088 $1.115M
1/10/18 306 N Bixel St 1,128 $428K
1/11/18 2206 Avon St 1,892  $1.180M
1/12/18 2460 Aaron St 2,138  $1.238M
1/18/18 346 Glendale Blvd 1,110  $580K
1/22/18 426 Firmin St 5,929 (Lot)  $800K
1/23/18 1265 Colton St 5,574 (Lot)  $700k
1/24/18 1317 Lemoyne St 720  $801K
1/29/18 1762 Glendale Blvd 1,943  $1.088M
1/31/18 1249 Colton St 2,696  $1.354M
 Total:  $9,612,500

 

*** Highest Sale of the Month

The Highest Sale in Echo Park was a Duplex on 1249 Colton St. that went for $1,354,000. These Tri-level townhomes are both 3 bed 2 baths with 1,348sqft. The projected on each unit is baout $3,700/month

 

Jan 2018 Silver Lake Sales

In January 2018, there were 23 homes sold in Silverlake totaling $25,770,500. 

First sale of the year? A 1,219 Sqft. remodeled townhome at 2204 Edendale Ln.

The most expensive sales was $1,592,000 at 1737 Silverwood Ter. Definitely worth it, perched at the top of Silver Lake Hills, a beautiful Spanish TurnKey!!

There were 15 sales over 1 Million !!

All Sales

ALL SILVER LAKE SALES
(JANUARY 2018)
SALES DATE ADDRESS SQFT PRICE
1/2/18 2204 Edendale Ln 1,219  $790K
1/2/18 915 Micheltorena St 1,886 $975K
1/5/18 2258 Fair Oak View Ter 549 $646k
1/8/18 2201 Glendale Blvd 799  $650K
1/9/18 850 Micheltorena St 1,747  $1.238M
1/11/18 1341 Edgecliffe Dr 2,750  $1.3M
1/12/18 2204 Ayr St 1,988  $1.03M
1/12/18 2423 Lake View Ave 2,998  $1.425M
1/16/18 1313 N Benton Way 1,240  $1.09M
1/16/18 820 Merwin St 1,300  $1.039M
1/16/18 1737 Silverwood Ter 2,599  $1.592M
1/17/18 1827 Fanning St 2,890  $1.474M
1/17/18 1217 Westerly Ter 4,043  $1.257
1/24/18 2325 Berkeley Ave 930 $795k
1/24/18 2508 Mayberry St 2,564 $1.682M
1/26/18 3977 Clayton Ave 1,470 $1.06M
1/26/18 701 N Dillon St 1,451 $850k
1/26/18 1747 Hollyvista Ave 1,676 $1.05M
1/26/18 2680 Ivan Hill Ter 1,673 $331k
1/29/18 2228 Loma Vista Pl 1,172 $865K
1/29/18 332 N Reno St 3,166 $1.08M
1/30/18 2726 Auburn St 1,733 $1.149M
1/31/18 2314 Glendale Blvd 1,712 $1.125M
 Total:  $25,770,500

 

Influencer Photo Opp!

 

L to R : Ava CapraLilimar, Kamil McFadden, Lacey Claire, Grace Wethor, Laura Sanchez, Gary Glitter, Yuki Bomb

LAFW Fall/Winter 2018 is this month! Check out the New Group of Ambassadors representing The Official  L.A. Fashion Week at Kimpton La Peer Hotel.

Where the Magic Starts

One of the busiest days working with the models of L.A. Fashion Week; getting everyone prepared and glammed up to look and feel their best! HappeninginDTLA went behind the scenes capturing all the work that goes into the preparation of LA Fashion Week! Along with the many hours of work there was lots of love, connection and networking.

Teashot Downtown LA DTLA
Courtesy TeaShot on instagram via @vegasandfood

Teashot Downtown LA DTLA

Half the fun of trying something for the first time is the excitement of tasting new flavors, the other half is sharing that experience with others. As it goes, our phones are the best tools we have to spread the word on something we enjoy. Who doesn’t like showing off their aesthetically pleasing drinks to the social media world? Look no further than the vibrantly colored, Insta worthy selections over at TeaShot for your next picture fix.

Situated inside the Weller Court Shopping Center in Little Tokyo, TeaShot opened in 2017 and is a place where you can experience unique teas, Intelligentsia coffee, sweets, and much more.

Teashot Downtown LA DTLA
Courtesy TeaShot Instagram via @paulsfoodhaul

Here they pride themselves on using real milk and milk alternatives as well as all-natural ingredients and organic options for teas and coffee. With each drink brewed to order, the freshness of the selections cannot be questioned.

The bright blue facade of TeaShot will call your attention immediately before entering the hole-in-the-wall style shop. Inside there are a few tables to sit and enjoy your drink, along with a bench by the counter to wait for your order if you’re on the go. Along the wall they have decorative props perfectly placed to set up your much anticipated Instagram shot.

Teashot Downtown LA DTLA
Courtesy TeaShot Instagram

Customers can choose to order one of the house-made drinks, which include the signature lychee tea, pearl horchata, rose milk tea, salt cream jasmine green tea, among many others. There’s also the option to create your own specialty tea from a list of five tea and four milk options.  

For 50 cents each, toppings like honey boba, chia seeds, and aloe vera bits can be added.

Teashot Downtown LA DTLA
Courtesy TeaShot Instagram via @woods_to_waves

If you’re feeling adventurous, try the cookie shot for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Available in red velvet, cookies-n-cream, or chocolate chip, a dense cookie batter is molded into the shaped into a makeshift shot glass, baked, and lined with frosting. A coffee of your choice is poured into the cookie cup and ready to enjoy.

 

TeaShot is located at 123 Astronaut E S Onizuka # 101-D in Little Tokyo. It’s open Sunday – Thursday from 9am – 9pm, and until 10pm on Friday and Saturday.

 

Yuko Kitchen Yuko Soup Bar DTLA Downtown LA

Downtown is teeming with restaurants, cafes, and hole-in-the-wall eateries. Somehow though, it can still be tough to find a solid lunch for $10. Thankfully, tucked away on 5th Street between Main and Spring lies Yuko Kitchen and sister cafe, Yuko Soup Bar. Quality, affordable food is the name of the game here, and that’s a welcome sight in comparison to the more expensive Japanese options around.

Yuko Kitchen Yuko Soup Bar DTLA Downtown LA
Owner Yuko

The owner, simply known as Yuko, drew inspiration for the menu from her childhood in Japan. Her mother’s recipes with her own, Californian element added are what give her creations such unique flavors.

The interior of the the kitchen and soup bar are designed to best integrate nature with city life, this is due to Yuko’s time in the Japanese countryside. The facade of the kitchen consists of large windows that overlook a patio filled with vegetation of all types.

Yuko Kitchen Yuko Soup Bar DTLA Downtown LA

Yuko’s own murals spread along the entirety of the walls in both Yuko Kitchen and the Soup Bar, creating a unique sense of personality not common in most restaurant spaces.

A few small tables are scattered around the space, while communal tables line the center of the space. There’s also counter seating along the windows, and single seat tables along the plants lining the patio area.

Yuko Kitchen Yuko Soup Bar DTLA Downtown LA

The menu at Yuko Kitchen is centered around Japanese comfort food. With fresh sushi rolls, lunch plates, rice bowls, udon and more being served.A popular dish is the chicken plate special, which comes with a bit of everything – teriyaki chicken, rice, salad with homemade carrot dressing, side soup, a spicy salmon roll and an assortment of cookies.

Yuko Kitchen Yuko Soup Bar DTLA Downtown LA

At the Soup Bar there is a rotation of soups that changes almost daily,  options like pumpkin miso, chicken and kale, and beef and cabbage are some featured. Also available are rice bowls topped with either chicken, beef, or tofu.

Yuko Kitchen Yuko Soup Bar DTLA Downtown LA

To wash it all down, grab a tasty boba beverage, or one of the crisp, fresh lemonade drink they offer. Favorites include the mint lemonade and the strawberry lemonade soda.

Don’t forget to grab a dessert on your way out or on your way to work at Yuko’s bakery section. Coffee, teas, and baked goods are available for eaters on the go, including vegan, and gluten free offerings.

 

DTLA Central Library – Photo by DTLADino

DTLA Jan. Condo Summary

In January 2018, there were 31 Condo sales in DTLA totaling  $22,270,000The 31 sales were in 17 different buildings.

It’s a new year and we have new sales data for DTLA . First sale of the year…….a 1,040SF lot at Elleven sold for $625!

DTLA Condo Sales January 2018The sales this month were in the following areas:  Arts District (4 sales), Bunker Hill (5 Sales), City West (1 Sales), Financial District (1 Sale), Historic Core (1 Sales), Little Tokyo (5 Sale), South Park (14 Sales).

First sale of the year at Elleven Lofts – 1,040 SF @ $625K

Dig all out the last nickels from your sofa cushions!! The highest January sale was at the RITZ LA LIVE for $1,750,000. A  1,686 square foot condo. 2-Beds, 3-Baths that was staged and seller offered to pick up the HOA for a year! That’s $2,312 a month; a ~ $28K Credit !!

All Sales

ALL DTLA SALES
(JANUARY 2018)
SALES DATE AREA BUILDING SQFT PRICE
01/02/18 South Park Elleven 1,040  $625K
1/3/18 South Park Metropolis Tower I $1.473M
1/3/18 South Park Metropolis Tower I $1.149M
1/4/18 South Park Grand Lofts 1,370  $855K
1/5/18 Historic Core Higgins Lofts 1,040  $485K
1/5/18 Little Tokyo Savoy 792  $548K
1/5/18 Little Tokyo Little Tokyo Lofts 720  $400K
1/8/18 Little Tokyo Tokyo Villa 837  $447K
1/8/18 South Park RITZ L.A. LIVE 1,700  $1.750M
1/8/18 Arts District MURA 1,240  $775K
1/9/18 Artis District Biscuit Company Lofts 626  $690K
1/11/18 South Park Market Lofts 800  $520K
1/11/18 South Park Metropolis Tower I  $756K
1/11/18 South Park SkyLofts 1,580 $1.067M
1/11/18 Financial District 655 Hope Street 1,050 $825K
1/12/18 South Park Grand Lofts 1.320 $670K
1/16/18 City West 1100 Wilshire 750 $525K
1/17/18 South Park Market Lofts 650 $450K
1/18/18 Bunker Hill Bunker Hill Tower 762 $460K
1/18/18 South Park Market Lofts 1,020 $695K
1/19/18 South Park Market Lofts 650 $469K
1/19/18 Arts District Biscuit Company Lofts 1,052 $850K
1/22/18 Arts District Toy Warehouse Lofts 1,712 $1.125M
1/23/18 Bunker Hill Bunker Hill Tower 735 $440K
1/24/18 Bunker Hill Bunker Hill Tower 1,509 $615K
1/25/18 Bunker HIll Bunker Hill Tower 762 $470K
1/25/18 Little Tokyo Tokyo Villa 863 $452K
1/25/18 South Park Flower Street Lofts 1,508 $735K
1/31/18 Bunker Hill Bunker Hill Tower 1,172 $550K
1/31/18 Little Tokyo Savoy 1,186 $755K
1/31/18 South Park Elleven 1,200 $650K
 Total:  $22,270K

 

*** Highest Sale of the Month

Dolly Llama Ice Cream Downtown LA DTLA

The days of plain old ice cream are no more. People value the unique ways their dessert is presented; almost as much as they enjoy eating it. Innovation in the dessert world is reaching new heights, with different, quirky shops popping up all over the place. In DTLA however, you can find one the best new dessert spots in the city at the Dolly Llama. Dolly Llama Best Ice Cream Downtown LA

Dolly Llama Ice Cream Downtown LA DTLA

Located on Spring St, in the same location where Syrup used to be, lies this dessert shop that offers a new, creative way to serve up fresh waffles and a vast amount of toppings to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth.

Quickly becoming the hottest dessert spot in Downtown, the Dolly Llama specializes in three different types of dessert-style waffles–the o.g. waffle, the waffle stick, and bubble waffles.

Dolly Llama Best Ice Cream Downtown LA

The o.g. is a traditional flat waffle, thinner, and as delicious as any breakfast waffle you can imagine. The waffle stick, is long rather than wide, and instead of square pockets, v-shaped pockets allow for maximum topping space. Dolly Llama Best Ice Cream Downtown LA

Now, the bubble waffle is what makes the Dolly Llama stand out. Originating in Hong Kong, and now the number one street food there, bubble waffles look different than what we’re used to. It’s almost like the inverse of the waffles most of us are familiar with. Instead of square pockets, these waffles puff out, almost like a sheet of bubble wrap. Once made and cooled, it’s wrapped up into a cone and paired with ice cream.

Dolly Llama Best Ice Cream Downtown LA

The menu is based on a build-your-own dessert concept, so customers first start by choosing which sauces to add like Nutella, peanut butter, or chocolate. Next, guests can add a section of toppings ranging from assorted fruits, cereals, candy and much more to choose from.

Dolly Llama Best Ice Cream Downtown LA

You can add a scoop of ice cream to either the o.g. or waffle stick at an additional cost, while the scoop is included in every order of the bubble waffle.

There’s also a selection of huge ice cream shakes, and tasty hot cocoas to choose from.

 

The Dolly Llama is located at 611 S. Spring St. in Downtown Los Angeles. They’re open everday from noon to midnight.

Happy Hours Downtown LA DTLA

Ah, Happy Hour. For some, it’s a way to connect with co-workers over a couple drinks. For others, it’s the closest thing to a real tradition they have. Either way, Downtown LA is among the best places to get your fill of discounted drinks and eats. From newer Downtown additions, to long-standing favorites, the following are our picks for five Happy Hours to check out!

Bernadette’s

Happy Hours Downtown LA DTLA
From: Bernadettesla.com

BERNADETTES LA

361 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Every Day (4PM-7PM)

$1 Off All Drafts 🍺

$2 Off Micheladas & House Wines 🍷

 $11 Beer And Sandwich Combo 🍔

Located on Broadway at the end of the block from Grand Central Market, this 70’s-inspired bar is a straightforward locale for a no frills, after-work hangout. The small, cozy, basement like interior is meticulously decorated with mid-century furnishings, from the wood-paneled bar, to the quirky wallpaper. The happy hour at Bernadette’s is solid.

 

Cole’sHappy Hours Downtown LA DTLA COLES

118 E 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Weekdays 3PM- 7PM

$6 French Dip Sliders 🍔

$9 Manhattans 🍸

$6 Craft Beer, Old Fashions, And Well Drinks 🍺

We recommend the Spicy Pickleback Shot 👀

 

It’s almost impossible to not include this iconic L.A. bar on any nightlife list. For over a century, Cole’s has been a cool, dark bar that has delighted Angelenos with their tasty sandwiches and classic drink selection. Most famous for their French Dip, of which they claim to be the originators of, this bar offers bargain deals for their iconic fare.

 

 

Pez CantinaHappy Hours Downtown LA DTLA Pez Cantina

401 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071

Everyday 3:30PM – 7:00PM

$3 Oysters  🐚

$8 Craft Beer & House Cocktails 🍸

Select Menu Item Discounts 📔

 

Located on Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles, walking distance from MOCA, Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Broad Museum, Pez Cantina is a sustainable Coastal Mexican-style restaurant and bar serving the freshest sea-to-land dishes in an oasis-type atmosphere. More than just a corporate hang-out, they offer fresh food , and given the area, it’s all pretty affordable.

 

 

Brack Shop Tavern

Happy Hours Downtown LA DTLA
From: Brackshoptavern.com

Brack Shop Tavern

525 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Mondays, Tuesdays,  Wednesdays,  Sundays (3PM-7PM)

$5 Beer Specials 🍺

Cocktails From $6-$9  🍸

Food Special: Mole Tacos, Falafel Sliders, & Roasted Pork Empanadas 🍛

 

Built for sports fans with a refined drinking palette, Brack Shop Tavern serves elevated game-day bites, in a cool, dark atmosphere. With ample TVs and a full game room with vintage arcade games and ping-pong, Brack Shop is unlike the average sports bar. Boasting a vast craft beer list and a classic cocktail program, it’s the perfect place so share a conversation with a friend or enjoy watching your favorite team play.

 

 

Broken Spanish

Happy Hours Downtown LA DTLA

Broken Spanish

 

1050 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Monday – Friday  5:30PM-7:00PM

$5 Beer 🍺

$4 Tequila Or Mezcal 🍸

$6 Wine 🍷

This upscale Mexican eatery has seen its popularity rise since an appearance from Anthony Bourdain on an episode of Parts Unknown. Chef Ray Garcia has crafted one the most respected and distinct menus in Downtown, with bold yet refined flavors accenting each dish. Preparations demonstrate elements of long-established tradition, while finished dishes are showcased with modern appeal. Luckily, the happy hour menu at Broken Spanish offers delight at a price anyone can enjoy.

 

Dogs are man’s best friend. They’re there for us whenever we need them, and always ready ready to hang out. Sometimes though, our busy lives can lead us to momentarily forget about our furry friends. Ever get home from a long day, only to find that you forgot to buy food for your canine companion? Thankfully, Packfed is a new company giving Los Angeles pet owners a new, easy, and affordable way to order your dog’s favorite food.

Packfed is a first-of-its-kind, same-day delivery subscription service offering a wide selection of kibble, wet food, and treats for dogs of all ages and breeds.

With an assortment of over 250 products to choose from, the service promises to have items delivered straight to your doorstep within 4 hours.

Fred from Packfed

The process is simple. First you choose the items you want from Packfed’s easy to navigate online store. Then you let them know how often you’d like a delivery to happen; you can choose to have food delivered every week, to every 12 weeks, the choice is yours. From there, Packfed takes care of the rest by dropping off your orders in a timely manner.

Need food sooner than you thought? Give them a call and they can get another shipment out to you as soon as possible.

The best part about Packfed is that the price you see, is the price you get. There are no hidden fees, no subscription fees, and no delivery fees. All of that is included is the price of the item, many of which are priced lower than their in-store counterparts.

You can also end your subscription at any time, for any reason, at no cost to you.

Packfed is the best for busy Los Angeles dog owners who love their pets, and want them to eat the best.

 

 

 Things To Do In Downtown LA February 2018Things To Do In Downtown LA February 2018

10 AMAZING THINGS TO DO IN Downtown LA | February 2018

No More FOMO. Plan out your month with the city’s best culture, concerts, eateries and more.

THINGS TO DO DOWNTOWN LA february

THINGS TO DO

February 5

Pop-Up Magazine “Winter Issue”; Theatre At The Ace Hotel

Creatives unite for a one-night only experience of live journalism. This event will feature never-before-heard reported stories from contributors hailing from National Geographic, Buzzfeed News and New York Times Magazine (to name a few). Attendees will get a first look at work from some of the biggest names in fiction, film, photography, journalism and many more. Nothing’s recorded, so everything shared will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Things To Do In Downtown LA February 2018

February 25

10 Year Anniversary Party; Pussy + Pooch

Ring in 70 (dog) years of Pussy & Pooch with a festive pet-friendly block party in Downtown LA. There will be food, drink, DJ’s, giveways, plus tons of fun for you and your pet(s). Be sure to arrive early! SWAG bags are available for the first 100 people. Early bird RSVP is highly suggested before February 11th.

FOOD + DRINK

February 11

Broken Hearts Circus; Angel City Brewery

Say no to broken hearts and yes to an afternoon of beer and amusement. ACB is making a circus out of the Los Angeles dating scene with this pre-Valentine’s bash. As an answer to the all the clowns in the dating pool, the Arts District brewery is gathering stilt walkers and a magician for this afternoon of beer and amusements. Be sure to throw on a heart-themed sweater for a broken hearts photo booth (::insert broken heart here::).

February (All Month During Lunch Hours)

Spinfish Poke House; Little Tokyo

Build your own bowl with fresh sushi grade fish, unique sauces, delicious toppings and veggies. My favorite is the vegan bowl. Yes, you read that right – vegan bowl at a poke house. It even comes with tofu – leaving more fish to eat for the meat eaters, or pescatarians. This specific place is only open during lunch hours (11AM-3PM), so don’t miss out!

Find more things to do in our February 2018 events calendar.

ARTS + CULTURE

February 10, 17

Cartwheel Art Tours; Downtown LA

Immerse yourself as you tour the city and explore local artisan establishments. Designed by founder Cindy Schwarstein, Cartwheel Art Tours offers guests the exclusive opportunity to discover, explore, and experience Los Angeles’ neighborhoods through the perspective of a rotating, eclectic team of knowledgeable and passionate insiders who are deeply connected to their community.

February 17

Chinese New Years Parade; North Broadway In Chinatown

Observe one hundred years of tradition as the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles presents the 119th Annual Golden Dragon Parade. With over thousands and thousands of people lining the parade route and thousands viewing the telecast each year. This colorful celebration along North Broadway in Chinatown has become the premiere cultural event in the Southern California Asian-American Community.

Find more things to do in our February 2018 events calendar.

TV + Cinema

February 10

Street Food Cinema; Palace Theatre

Grab your loved one (or yourself) and ring in Valentines and/or Singles Awareness Month. With V-day  approaching Street Food Cinema has the perfect Valentine’s Day event for you! Valentine’s Day is on a weekday, which means all work and no play, so celebrate early by getting your loved one a ticket to The Shining, a Street Food Cinema Special Edition – Bloody Valentine’s. Grab some red rum and specialty cocktails at our full bar, snap a perfect, lovely photo at the photo booth, and sway to the beats of our DJ. Make like an axe and swing by for a scary good Valentine’s celebration! Please Note: this is a 21 and over event.

February 21

FLIXAtFig; FIGAt7th

Celebrate Black History month with a free screening of Selma.  A chronicle of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965. This event happens every 3rd Wednesday of the month. What to expect: Live DJ’s and Happy Hour, plus dinner and a movie inside TASTE Food Hall. Live DJ and HH begin at 6PM and the film begins at 7PM. As a courtesy to our TASTE Food Hall eateries, please do not bring outside food or beverages (thank you).

MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE

February 14

Be My Baby; Moroccan Lounge

Be my little baby, or at least dance the night away at Moroccan Lounge’s Valentine’s Party featuring
Mini bear, POLARTROPICA, Iconique, and DJ Jules Medeiros (SISU). Gonna be a fun night, so be sure to get your tickets for $8.

February 24

Bloody Gras; Secret Location in Downtown LA

Prepare yourselves for a one-night-only underground fête celebrating Fat Tuesday with a horror twist. Last year’s inaugural party, which combined elements of immersive theatre, lavish scenic design, and live entertainment, featured the Axeman of New Orleans, a jazzy angel of death who stalked guests much like he did during his reign of terror in the Crescent City. This year, guests will step back in time to 1915, where they’ll enter a seedy brothel in Storyville, New Orleans’ red light district, in Bloody Gras: Tales of Storyville. Dress to impress: costumes and extravagant attire reflective of the hedonism of Mardi Gras is highly encouraged! Limited tickets are available. Location will be disclosed closer to event date.

Want more? Then be sure to check out Happening In DTLA’s Events Calendar for updates on exciting things happening in the city throughout the month of February.

Stack February with a dope music line-up! Treat yourself this month to quality live performances with a mixture of established and emerging artists. I promise you won’t regret it. Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

 

MOROCCAN LOUNGE

Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

 Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 6 | Emily Elbert, Bella Porter, Rachel Mazer

Details: 7:30 pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $10

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 Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 7 | morgxn, CYN, Madison Cunningham

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $10 – $12

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 Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 8 | StéLouse, Eric Victorino

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $12 – $15

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 9 | R.LUM.R The Framily Matters Tour, Gibbz

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $15

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Music Events Downtown LA January 2018

February 10 | Medasin

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $10 – $15

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 11 | Spendtime Palace, Santoros, The Bash Dogs, Bear Call

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $10

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 15 | Curls, Fatal Jamz, Gabriel Delicious

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $13 – $15

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 16 | The Dickies, Round Eye, Black Mambas

Details: 8 pm

 

Admission: Ages 21+ | $16 – $18

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 18 | Dent May, Moon King

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $12 – $15

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 19 | Zee Avi, Dana Williams

Details: 7:30 pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $18 – $20

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THE REGENT

Music Events Downtown LA February 2018Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 6 | LIGHTS, Chase Atlantic, DCF

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $22.50 – $29

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 10 | Mako, Night Lights

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $22.50 – $30

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 17| Scam and Jam: Karinas, Que Madre (Chulita Vinyl Club), DJ Rawn

Details: 10pm

Admission: Ages 21+ | $15

Purchase tickets at the door.

Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 18 | Coven

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $25- $32.50

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 21 | WHY?, Florist, DJ Sodapop

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $17.50 – $25

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 22 | Septic Flesh, Dark Funeral, Thy Antichrist

Details: 6:50 pm

Admission: All Ages | $20 – $32.50

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EL REY THEATRE

 

Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 1 | Alex Aiono with Trinidad Cardona

Details: 8:30 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $20 – $25

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 2 | WALLOWS with Hazel English

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $20

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 7 | Rex Orange County, Zack Villere

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $17

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 9 | Drive-by Truckers, Lilly Hiatt

Details: 8:30 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $35

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 14 | Cuco, The Marias, DJ Vick Jagger

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $20

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 15 | Soulection Radio Tour Feat. Joe Kay + Special Guests

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $20

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 16 | Jorge Drexler

Details: 8 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $35

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 17 | Yacht Rock Revue

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $25 – $30

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 18 | Mumiy Troll

Details: 8:30 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $30

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 21 – 22 | Tune-Yards, Sudan Archives

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $31

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 23 | Enter Shikari, Single Mothers, Milk Teeth

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $20 – $22

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 24 | Rostam, Joy Again

Details: 9 pm

Admission: Ages 18+ | $20

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THE NOVO

Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 1 | RJ vs. 03 Greedo

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $25 – $35

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 2 | Rich the Kid & Famous Dex with Jay Critch

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $29.50 – $39.50

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 3 | Hippie Sabotage with Lil Xan, Melvv, Aziz Gibson

Details: 9 pm

Admission: All Ages | $24.50 – $80

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 7 | Ja Rule & Ashanti, Ray J

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $42.50 – $52.50

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 8 | Drakeo The Ruler

Details: 9 pm

Admission: All Ages | $5 – $15

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 9 | Kodak Black, YBN Nahmir

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $39.50 – $49.50

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 10 | Rastin Live in Concert

Details: 9:30 pm

Admission: All Ages | $45

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 11 | Angela Carrasco Y Amigos

Details: 7 pm

Admission: All Ages | $29.75 – $79.75

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 20 | Bananarama

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $38 – $55

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 22 | The-Dream with BJ The Chicago Kid, Bria Jhane

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $19.50 – $34.50

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 23 | Sevdaliza

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $18- $28

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 23 | T-Pain

Details: 11 pm

Admission: All Ages | $19.50 – $29.50

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Music Events Downtown LA February 2018

February 28 | PnB Rock

Details: 8 pm

Admission: All Ages | $24.50 – $34.50

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 December 2017 Summary

In December 2017, there were 26 Condo sales in DTLA totaling  $19,915,000The 26 sales were in 17 different buildings.

Growing and growing. More excitement always on the way in DTLA !!

DTLA Condo Sales December 2017

The sales this month were in the following areas:  Arts District (4 sales), Bunker Hill (2 Sales), City West (2 Sales), Financial District (1 Sale), Historic Core (2 Sales), Jewelry District (2 Sales) Little Tokyo (1 Sale), South Park (12 Sales).

Metropolis Tower I – 889 Francisco St – DTLA

Cash in your piggy bank, the highest December sale was at Metropolis Tower I for $2,140,000. It is a beautiful 1,729 square foot condo. 2-Beds, 2.5-Baths. Currently renting for $8,500/mo.

Metropolis Tower I is a stunning 38 floors and was completed last May. Tower II will be 40 floors slated to be completed in mid 2018. Tower III will be 56 floors and completed in 2019. When complete, Metropolis Tower III will be the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi. Once complete, the Metropolis Complex will include 1,500 luxurious units and 70,000 sf. of retail and shopping space.

All Sales

ALL DTLA SALES
(DECEMBER 2017)
SALES DATE ZIP AREA BUILDING SQFT PRICE
12/6/17 90012 Arts District Savoy 1,000  $620K
12/6/17 90012 Arts District Savoy 1,042  $615K
12/20/17 90013 Arts District Barker Block Warehouse No 1 890  $705K
12/28/17 90013 Arts District Mura 1,240  $764K
12/7/17 90012 Bunker Hill Promenade West 1,006  $450K
12/13/17 90012 Bunker Hill Promenade West 1,006  $455K
12/7/17 90012 Central City West Higgins Building Lofts 910  $568K
12/5/17 90017 Central City West 1100 Wilshire 1,140  $935K
12/1/17 90014 Financial District Library Court 960  $617K
12/21/17 90013 Historic Core Shybary Grand 500  $348K
12/6/17 90014 Historic Core Eastern Columbia Lofts 1,610  $1,375K
12/14/17 90014 Jewelry District Bartlett Lofts 460  $385K
12/14/17 90014 Jewelry District Bartlett Lofts 650  $465K
12/5/17 90012 Little Tokyo Teramachi (55+) 690  $329K
12/29/17 90015 South Park Market Lofts 1,050  $650K
12/4/17 90015 South Park Market Lofts 960  $640K
12/1/17 90015 South Park Market Lofts 660  $469K
12/7/17 90015 South Park Flower Street Lofts 1,436  $705K
12/29/17 90015 South Park Elleven South Lofts 1,100  $595K
12/29/17 90015 South Park Evo 1,390  $930K
12/28/17 90015 South Park Luma South 910  $611K
12/1/17 90017 South Park Metropolis Tower I ***  $843K
12/14/17 90017 South Park Metropolis Tower I ***  $2,016K
12/26/17 90017 South Park Metropolis Tower I 1,729  $2,140K ***
12/29/17 90017 South Park Sky Lofts 1,320  $850K
12/14/17 90017 South Park Sky Lofts 1,200  $835K
 Total:  $19,915K

 

*** Highest Sale of the Month