Friday, November 15, 2019

By Dino Buiatti
L.A. Realtor | @DTLADino | 213-270-5613 | [email protected] | BRE# 01909958

VIDEO OF THE WEEK

Talking Title and Ownership with Kevin Sayles from Lawyers Title. Do you have a Trust setup on your home?

LISTINGS BY DTLA DISTRICT

This week there are 10 new condo listings for sale downtown; ranging from $457K to $1.3M. 

Please see a breakdown by the DTLA district below.

SEE YOU NEXT WEEK !!

Dino

ARTS DISTRICT

There is one new listing in the Arts District this week. A 2-Bed/2-Bath at $899K.

NEW ARTS DISTRICT LISTING

BUNKER HILL

There is one new listing in Bunker Hill at $610K.

HISTORIC CORE

There are two new listings in the Historic Core between $479K & $579K.

HISTORIC CORE CONDO LISTINGS

LITTLE TOKYO

There are two new listings in Teramachi the 55+ development.

TWO LITTLE TOKYO LISTINGS

SOUTH PARK

There are four new listings in South Park ranging from $579K to $1.3M.

SOUTH PARK LISTINGS

DTLA Listings In Map View

See all 10 NEW DTLA listings in Map View.

10 NEW DTLA LISTINGS IN MAP VIEW

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9 NEW SOUTH PARK LISTINGS

FRIDAY ☀️

 

Adult Swim Festival

Friday | 11/15 | 5:00PM – 11:00PM

At Banc Of California Stadium

The ADULT SWIM FESTIVAL is returning to Los Angeles with an extra ridiculous assembly of music, comedy and life-altering experiences on Nov 15 & 16. Featuring incredible performances by Dethklok, Jamie xx, Vince Staples, Young Thug, The Eric Andre Show Live!, Captain Murphy, Tierra Whack, Lil Nas X and more!

FULL DETAILS HERE


sparkle dtla the bloc

Sparkle DTLA at The Bloc

Friday | 11/15 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM

The Bloc Downtown

Experience a magical holiday show as 16 million hues of lights illuminate the night and synchronize to festive tunes. Sparkle DTLA at The Bloc will take you through an unforgettable nighttime journey that includes the world’s largest multi-colored three-dimensional holiday displays. Capture your perfect photo-op moments at this ultimate holiday experience.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Still Life Ceramics, hosts its Rosé & Clay

Rosé & Clay at Still Life Ceramics

Friday | 11/15 | 7:00PM – 8:30PM

At Row DTLA

ROW DTLA’s independently owned ceramics workshop, Still Life Ceramics, hosts its Rosé & Clay class starting in the studio to work with the pottery wheel and later making a visit to its neighbor Rappahannock Oyster Bar for a Rosé tasting. The class is $65 per person and guests can reserve their space here.

FULL DETAILS HERE


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Sylvan Esso presents WITH

Friday | 11/15 | 8:00PM – 11:00PM

At Walt Disney Concert Hall

Sylvan Esso presents “WITH,” a special concert that finds them expanding on their emotionally wrenching electro-pop with warm full-band arrangements. Performing in collaboration with eight of their favorite musicians, Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn will reimagine their music from the ground up – a wholly exceptional experience. Hand Habits open the show.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Cool Tempo With Matthew Mcdermott

Cool Tempo With Matthew Mcdermott

Friday | 11/15 | 2:00PM – 7:o0PM

At Ace Hotel Upstairs

Matthew McDermott takes you through a breezy selection of vital vinyl Upstairs with special guest Scott Zacharias. Free and open to the public at Upstairs.

FULL DETAILS HERE


SATURDAY ☀️

 

NFMLA Film Festival 2019

NFMLA Film Festival 2019

Saturday | 11/16 | 4:00PM – 11:30PM

At South Park Center

The night begins with shorts program InFocus: Native Cinema, which offers a collection of short films from Native and indigenous filmmakers that explore questions of identity, femininity, cultural preservation and revival, and poetic resonance in the everyday.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Ambiente Latin Party

Saturday | 11/16 | 10:00PM – 2:00AM

At Treehouse Rooftop Lounge

Meet us at the Treehouse Rooftop – a beautiful indoor/outdoor venue in downtown LA. We’ll dancing until 2am with the best DJ’s in LA spinning all your favorite latin hits all night. $5 admission before 10:30 pm w/ RSVP | 21+

FULL DETAILS HERE


CapsuleM: Intimate Night

CapsuleM Presents: Intimate Night w/ SECRET GUEST (Berlin) *TBA*

Saturday | 11/16 | 11:00PM – 5:00AM

At TBA

We are thrilled to invite you experience our new concept which will be held at a beautiful, creative space where you can enjoy the exquisite music provided by top-notch talents and the warm company of other like-minded individuals.

FULL DETAILS HERE


That Dog with String Accompaniment

Spaceland Presents:
That Dog with String Accompaniment

Saturday | 11/16 | DOORS 7:00PM

At Regent Theater DTLA

The lineup of the Los Angeles-based indie pop quartet that dog. represented the flowering of a second generation of musical luminaries: singer/guitarist Anna Waronker was the daughter of famed producer and Warner Bros. head Lenny Waronker, while bassist Rachel Haden and her violinist sister, Petra, were two of the triplet daughters born to jazz titan Charlie Haden.

Goldenvoice presents Baby Bash, Frankie J, & Trish Toledo

Goldenvoice Presents: Baby Bash, Frankie J, & Trish Toledo

Saturday | 11/16 | DOORS 7:00PM

At The Novo

Growing up in Vallejo, Baby Bash took tremendous pride in his city’s — and the larger West Coast’s — powerful rap heritage. Even though he considers himself a product of Mac Dre, Ice Cube and E-40, little did Bash know that he would have gold singles, gold albums and platinum songwriting credits on his resume.


SUNDAY 🌤️

H&H Brazilian Steakhouse

Weekend Brazilian Brunch

Sunday | 11/17 | 11:00AM – 3:00PM

At H+H Brazilian Steakhouse


Mindful Mornings with Mantras & Mixtapes

Mindful Mornings with Mantras & Mixtapes

Sunday | 11/17 | 10:00AM – 11:00AM

At The Ace Hotel Upstairs

Join us Upstairs for an open air meditation session. All are welcome, no previous experience necessary

FULL DETAILS HERE


Soft Rock Sunday

Soft Rock Sunday

Sunday | 11/17 | DOORS 5:00PM

At The Love Song Bar

Soft Rock Sunday is the ultimate gathering of grooves to soothe. DJ Mara Schwartz (a former L.A. Weekly contributor from back in the day, currently a music publishing maven) knows her stuff, so don’t expect an ironic hipster deal. 21+ || Free at the Door.

FULL DETAILS HERE



Original Article Credit BY KRISTINA BRAVO, ELLINA ABOVIAN AND SARA WELCH for KTLA

A Los Angeles-based advocacy group said hundreds of local students walked out of school to voice their support for immigrants on Tuesday, when the Supreme Court heard arguments on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

The Obama-era initiative has allowed about 700,000 people brought to the U.S. as children stay and work in the country legally, according to data from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

At Tuesday’s hearing, the high court’s conservative majority indicated that they may be prepared to support the Trump administration’s effort to end it. The justices are expected to make a decision on DACA by the end of the Supreme Court’s term in June.

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, which organized the day’s demonstrations in L.A., said those who left classes Tuesday included students from John Marshall High School in Los Feliz, James A. Garfield High School in East L.A., Academia Avance Charter School in Highland Park and Warren High School in Downey.

“Our community will definitely be directly affected,” said Zulema Martinez, a student who helped set up the walkout at Garfield High School.

She and dozens of her classmates also planned to join a rally at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in downtown L.A., then a march to MacArthur Park, where the “Rise for DACA” concert was set to start at 3 p.m.

By 1 p.m., hundreds of students and other supporters had converged on the streets of downtown L.A.

One of the students, Genoveva Alarcon, said the issue hits home.

“[My sister] relies heavily on this… If this is taken away, a lot of people will be left without jobs,” Alarcon said.  “This means they might not be able to provide for their family.”

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DTLA Ice Rink

Original Article Credit by TARA LYNN WAGNER for Spectrum News 1

LOS ANGELES – Turning water into ice is one thing. Keeping ice frozen when the high temps can reach 90 degrees, well, that is another story.

“Mother Nature always wins,” said Tommie Groomes laughing as he pointed a hose on the layer of ice beneath his feet.

Groomes has worked in this industry for decades so he has a few tricks and a lot of technology on his side.  He has also learned some important lessons.

“You just can’t stand still,” Groomes says, carefully adjusting his footing, “otherwise your feet will freeze.”

Groomes is not standing on an artificial ice-like substance, it is the real deal.

“It absolutely is real ice and it takes quite a bit to make it real ice,” said Matthew Kessinger, a production manager with Willy Bietak Productions.

The Santa Monica-based company runs the Bai Holiday Ice Rink Pershing Square, which takes roughly two weeks to build. It all starts with a base of 140 aluminum panels. Groomes and overnight crews spend three nights spraying water to build the ice up, layer by layer, on top of those panels.

“That entire floor is plumbed to this machine right here,” Kessinger said. “This is our chiller.”

It is a giant refrigerator of sorts that cools Glycol to about eight degrees Fahrenheit. According to Kessinger, “it goes into the chiller, gets really, really cold and is pumped back out,” constantly circulating through those plates under the rink, keeping everything perfectly cool.

It is all very scientific, but Kessinger says what happens on the ice is pure magic.

“I’ve skated my whole life and it’s still magical going out there and being on the ice outside.  It’s really nice,” said Kessinger.

DTLA Ice Rink

As a former competitive skater, he likes to be the first one to test the ice out.  Just don’t expect him to do an inaugural triple sow cow.

“Nooooo! Not anymore. Not anymore,” Kessinger laughed. “My body is done with all that.”

The Bai Holiday Ice Rink Pershing Square has been a winter tradition in Downtown L.A. for more than 20 years.  Roughly 50,000 skaters lace up each season, from pros to total beginners, enjoying the ice SoCal style.

“They’ll come out in shorts and t-shirts to the ice rink,” Groomes said. “Little crazy to me but to each his own.”

Once the rink officially opens, Groomes transitions to his other role — driving the smoother between sessions. That may be the part of the job he loves most.

“The kids are all happy and smiling,” Groomes said. “They come to you and their parents tell you to say hi, thank you and that they had a good time.  And it’s great.  It’s a good feeling.”

A heartwarming moment for a guy who makes ice for a living.

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World Famous Pizzeria Bianco to Open in Downtown Los Angeles

Original Article Credit by Farley Elliott for LA Eater

Famous Arizona chef Chris Bianco is opening an outpost of his world-renowned restaurant Pizzeria Bianco in Los Angeles. The Italian restaurant will open at the Row in Downtown in a matter of weeks, taking over the closed (as of today) Tartine Bianco space at the Manufactory.

Rumors of a Pizzeria Bianco have swirled around Los Angeles for years, even before Bianco partnered up with Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson from Tartine to open the Manufactory at the Row. Bianco is a world-renowned pizza maker who counts many celebrities as friends including Jimmy Kimmel, and he has been doing charity events and private dinners in the city for years. In Arizona, Bianco oversees a number of Bianco-branded restaurants and Tratto locations, and has been praised nationally for his food by everyone from Oprah to the James Beard Foundation. This will be the first Pizzeria Bianco outside of Arizona.

The arrival of Pizzeria Bianco to the Row means that Tartine Bianco, the more casual market-adjacent side of the Manufactory building, is now formally closed. Don’t expect an overnight flip, though; the move is expected to happen “in the upcoming weeks,” per a rep for Bianco when confirming the news with Eater. Tartine will continue to make bread at the property and supply bread and pastries for Pizzeria Bianco, and the marketplace and grab and go areas will continue as well. Sister restaurant Alameda Supper Club, which is also run in partnership with Bianco and Robertson, will also remain at the other end of the building.

World Famous Pizzeria Bianco to Open in Downtown Los Angeles

Meanwhile, the Row continues to ebb and flow with its various culinary offerings. The Manufactory scaled back its hours earlier this year as more competition has come into the six-building multi-acre Runyon Group development, including a small Go Get Em Tiger cafe that serves coffee and food. Across the way, celebrated San Francisco chef Melissa Perello will open her large new corner restaurant M.Georgina tomorrow night.

Pizzeria Bianco. 777 Alameda, Los Angeles.

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M.Georgina, Melissa Perello’s first L.A. restaurant

Original Article Credit By Stephanie Breijo for Timeout

Some of New York’s biggest names have spent 2018 and 2019 infiltrating the L.A. dining scene, but let’s not forget our California neighbors to the north—after all, tomorrow, one of San Francisco’s top chefs finally launches her first Los Angeles concept.

Situated right on the ROW DTLA’s main thoroughfare—and catty-corner from Tartine Manufactory, also from big San Francisco names—Michelin-starred chef Melissa Perello’s M.Georgina arrives in the form of a gleaming white facade and patio and, inside, an industrial-chic dining room and bar (it is the Arts District) where you’ll be able to taste some of the lauded chef’s live-fire cooking.

M.Georgina, Melissa Perello’s first L.A. restaurant

Consider the dinner-only concept a kind of extension of Frances and Octavia, Perello’s SF restaurants, which embody California cuisine through the likes of roasted asparagus soup with pickled strawberry, and duck liver mousse with toasted cornbread and fennel pollen.

At M.Georgina, named for the chef’s grandmother, the menu shifts its focus to Southern California sourcing and adds a wood-burning oven to the mix for the first time, so that Perello’s “approachable-yet-refined” California cooking gains a bit of smoke and L.A. flair.

The Aqua and Charles Nob Hill vet is offering a handful of seafood dishes (think: caviar with hush puppies; baked surf clam diavolo with Calabrian-chili bechamel; spiny lobster with pickled garlic scapes), plus heartier fare such as lamb sausage with blistered peppers; farro mafaldine with ricotta salata; and pork loin with whole-grain mustard.

M.Georgina, Melissa Perello’s first L.A. restaurant

The menu, still receiving its final tweaks, also sports intriguing, globally-minded takes: grilled squid ink pita with trout roe, pickles and a smoked oyster aioli, and a chard spin on saag with house-made feta, to name a few.

Augment with a glass or two from a wine list that’s all about small-production labels—not to mention a bite or two from the bread and dessert programs, which include sourdough ice cream—and you should have a fairly good idea of what M.Georgina is all about.

Sometime in 2020, Perello will launch a dedicated lunch space next door called The Slip where grab-and-go sandwiches, salads and pastries are all on the menu.

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landmarking LA’s first publicly subsidized artists colony

Original Article Credit By Jenna Chandler for LA Curbed

An artists colony on border of Downtown and Vernon is poised to become a city of Los Angeles landmark, a designation that residents, who are facing steep rent increases, say could help keep the former industrial complex affordable.

The city’s cultural heritage commission voted unanimously today to make the Santa Fe Arts Colony a local landmark, recognizing it for its place in Los Angeles history as the city’s first publicly subsidized housing for artists. The decision will have to be approved by the City Council.

“Permanent historical protection will be a huge ‘win” for the Tenants’ Association’s goal to buy [the colony] and keep it affordable,” the association president, Sylvia Tidwell, wrote in an email to tenants. “If this happens, the owner will not be able to add density, build out the property or otherwise change it without strict city review—changes that could encourage the owner to sell.”

The association is trying to purchase the property from new owner, Miami-based Fifteen Group, which acquired the property last year. The real estate firm has hiked prices on the complex’s 15 market-rate units, and notified tenants in the 42 income-restricted units that it would raise rents as soon as old financing agreements that kept rents low expired November 1.

Last month, as she packed up the unit she shares with her husband, painter and installation artist Gina Han said their rent was set to more than double on November 1, from $977 to $1,980. She said they would struggle to pay that much, but she was unsure where they might go instead.

“This space has been really wonderful for both of us,” she said. “There are a lot of spaces, but if you can’t afford it, it doesn’t do any good.”

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Doughnuts are made on site at The Donut Man in Glendora.

Original Article Credit by FIELDING BUCK for SGV Tribune

Fans of The Donut Man can look forward to two big events this winter: the return of the signature strawberry stuffed doughnut in late January and the projected opening of a second location in February.

After more than 47 years of serving Glendora, The Donut Man will have a presence in downtown Los Angeles as well. It will be a tenant of Grand Central Market, a 102-year-old public market reborn as a food hall with hipster cache.

The Donut Man was founded in 1972 by Jim Nakano. It has gained a wide reputation thanks to the strawberry doughnuts, the peach stuffed doughnuts it serves in summer, and fans such as the late restaurant critic Jonathan Gold and TV personality Huell Howser, the latter of whom did an episode of his series “Visiting” with Nakano in 2000.

It still serves its customers through a walk-up window, although it has a couple of wooden benches if guests want to sit.

“I’m not sure if that would be permitted today,” said general manager Aaron Wearp in a phone interview. The size of the original shop is a factor in the expansion, according to Wearp. “It all comes down to demand and space,” he said. “We only have about 720 square feet in Glendora.”

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Homeless Yale grad living on streets of Los Angeles

Original Article Credit by Eileen AJ Connelly for NY Post

Prestigious degrees and high-paying jobs did little to stave off the demons that left Shawn Pleasants homeless and living under a tarp in Los Angeles.

The valedictorian of his high school in San Antonio, Texas, Pleasants was accepted to Harvard, but chose Yale, where he majored in economics. Banking jobs on Wall Street followed. Later, he moved to California to be his own boss.

He launched a film-making and photography company, which in the 1990s, became involved in the adult film industry and made him enough money to buy a fancy home in Silver Lake.

But the money dried up, and when his mother, a teacher, died of cancer about a decade ago, he went into a tailspin. Depression and addiction followed.

September marked the 52-year-old’s 10-year anniversary on the streets, and his plight received media coverage when Trump administration officials visited the city to survey its homelessness crisis.

Homeless Yale grad living on streets of Los Angeles

Kim Hershman, who’d studied a year ahead of Pleasants at Yale, saw his story on CNN, and though she knew him only in passing in their Ivy League days, she felt obligated to help. His Koreatown encampment was just a few miles from her home.

“When we were at Yale in the ’80s, there were very few black students there,” Hershman told CNN. “Things are very different now. But I know that for whatever he achieved, something changed, and he didn’t have the support that, maybe, I had.”

Hershman, who also graduated from Yale Law School and works as a Hollywood business consultant, tapped into her alumni network, and after a flood of posts offering help appeared on a Facebook page for black Yale alumni, she went searching for Pleasants.

When she found him, she asked him what he wanted.

He told her.

Homeless Yale grad living on streets of Los Angeles

“I want to make a difference. I’m in this situation, and there has to be a reason for it all, and I want to help others.” He had a dream to create a resource center for the homeless, where people living on the streets could take showers, receive mail, charge a phone or clean their clothes.

Hershman said she’d try to help, on the condition that he agreed to go to drug rehab. After all, he turned down similar offers before.

But this time, he said “yes.”

A week later she returned to check on him, with a trove of messages of support from their Yale classmates. “The messages are really what made Shawn decide to move off the street.”

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Suspected Nationwide Distributor Arrested in DTLA

Original Article Credit by SAREEN HABESHIAN for KTLA 5

Authorities made an arrest after recovering more than $15 million in counterfeit jewelry following a multi-location search in the downtown Los Angeles Jewelry District, the Los Angeles Police Department said Friday.

Moossa Lari was arrested on suspicion of felony trademark violations, the LAPD said.

Authorities served search warrants in the Jewelry District on Thursday around noon. Investigators conducted surveillance and several undercover purchases, and determined that Lari was a major distributor of counterfeit jewelry nationwide, according to police.

The counterfeit jewelry was tested at the scene and investigators found that the products did not meet U.S. safety standards, authorities said.

Suspected Nationwide Distributor Arrested in DTLA

The California standard of acceptable lead and cadmium levels are 90 parts per million. The counterfeit jewelry seized during the investigation had levels as high as 200,000 parts per million, according to investigators at the scene.

Investigators also found nearly $58,000 in cash.

The recovered items included counterfeit designer products labeled as Hermes, Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Michael Kors, Cartier, Tiffany Co., YSL, Dior, Calvin Klein, Guess, Van Cleef and Bvlgari.

The investigation was conducted by the Los Angeles Police Department’s Commercial Crimes Division, in collaboration with the FBI, Homeland Security Investigations and Custom Border Protection.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Commercial Crimes Detectives at 213-486-5940.  Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can call L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go to http://www.lacrimestoppers.org.

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los angeles City Triples Illegal Dumping Fines

Original Article Credit by LA Downtown News

Fines for those found guilty of illegally dumping trash and other materials across city streets have been substantially increased following a vote by the Los Angeles City Council last week. The city council approved an ordinance that triples fines for illegal dumping on Wednesday, Oct. 23.

The new ordinance raises fines to $250 for the first violation, and $500 for the second violation. A third violation can be bumped up to a misdemeanor, alongside a $1,000 fine and possible jail time. The ordinance also allows the city to charge for cleanup costs for illegal dump sites, as well as up to 40% of any administrative costs attributed to scheduling a cleanup.

“If you do business in LA, you are, by law, required to have trash-collection services, and if you don’t and you commit misdemeanor illegal dumping … you will be subject to a $1,000 fine or six months in jail,” Mayor Eric Garcetti said during a press conference.

Garcetti said that close to 80% of all trash found on city streets are the result of illegal dumping, 75% of which is linked to local businesses. Close to 40% of illegal dumping, according to city officials, occurs in Downtown Los Angeles. The new ordinance went into effect immediately.

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FRIDAY ☀️

 

29ROOMS EXPAND YOUR REALITY TOUR

29 ROOMS Presents:

Expand Your Reality Tour

Friday | 11/8 | 8:30PM – 11:00PM

At Beverly Venue 

The Expand Your Reality Tour is the latest 29Rooms experience from Refinery29 — a space where you’re encouraged to step into the art, wear the art, touch the art, and connect with others (and yourself) in the process.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Karaoke at Mrs. Fish

Karaoke at Mrs. Fish

Friday | 11/8 | 5:00PM – 11:30PM

At Mrs. Fish

Karaoke Room: Booking Only for guests 21+.
No Room Fee with a per person minimum food and beverage spend per hour. Each hour can be booked for a per person food and beverage minimum of $25 plus tax + 20% service charge. Food and beverage service for Karaoke Room will be from the Lower Level Bar.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Los Angeles Coffee Festival

Friday | 11/8 | 11:00AM – 6:00PM

At Magic Box

After a successful inaugural year on the West Coast, the Los Angeles Coffee Festival will be returning this fall from November 8th – 10th at Downtown LA’s Magic Box @ The Reef. Slated to be even bigger and better than last year, the weekend-long event will feature not only exceptional coffee, but also incredible local food, cocktails, live music, art and film. Whether you’re a beginner, coffee aficionado, self-confessed coffee geek or key industry stakeholder, it is an event that is not to be missed.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Le Club: Brawther, Magic Touch, Paradise

Le Club: Brawther, Magic Touch, Paradise

Friday | 11/8 | 9:00PM – 2:00AM

At The Standard in DTLA

Le Club presents Brawther, Magic Touch, Paradise. A party series on the Second Floor of The Standard, Downtown LA.

FULL DETAILS HERE


SATURDAY ☀️

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Dessert Goals

Saturday | 11/9 | 12:00PM – 6:30PM

At Evolve Project LA

Do you like desserts? This is the festival for you! 20+ dessert vendors, freebies from sponsors, photo activations and activities, get ready for the best day ever. Dessert Goals is fun for the whole family and kids 6 and under are free.

FULL DETAILS HERE


USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience

Saturday | 11/9 | 1:00PM – 4:00PM

At LA Center Studios

The USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience presents rich and colorful moments for guests to taste, savor and explore the Los Angeles culinary scene, from local trends to regional traditions.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Crum Presents

Keep On Pushing Pop Up Art Show

Saturday | 11/9 | 6:00PM – 12:00AM

At Downtown Heaven Art Studio

Vintage Finds, Art, Music, Food and Tattoos.

FULL DETAILS HERE


Thumbs Day (2019) dtla los angeles

Thumbs Day (2019)

Saturday | 11/9 | 7:00PM – 11:00PM

At A Shop Called Quest

Thumbs is back from the UK for the 2nd annual Thumbs Day at ASCQ DTLA. Thumbs is bringing the proper pandemonium from across the pond. Two separate mash-up launches / Games / Trivia Sesh / and more.

ALL THAT 90S PARTY resident dtla los angeles

All That 90s Party

Saturday | 11/9| 9:00PM – 1:45AM

At Resident DTLA. All that 90s party with DJ Dave Paul from San Francisco breaking down the 90s and reconstructing the decade.

This event is 21+


SUNDAY 🌤️

I Am A Masterpiece

An Art Therapy Party

Sunday | 11/10 | 5:00PM – 9:00PM

At Arabella’s Exhibition Space


THE CURE NITE w/Guest DJ Alex Transistor

THE CURE NITE

w/Guest DJ Alex Transistor

Sunday | 11/10 | Doors 10:00PM

At Echoplex

Come spend an evening devoted to one of PTP’s all-time favourite bands: THE CURE. Dance from 10pm to 2am to tracks spanning the 35 years of THE CURE’s back catalogue.

FULL DETAILS HERE


LIFTED

Sunday | 11/10 | 6:00PM – 11:00PM

At Ace Theatre Upstairs

The Gel Lab presents Lifted, a Sunday evening groove session featuring a guest DJ sets from Juliet Mendoza & Shark. Get Lifted with The Gel Lab and friends Upstairs as we elevate & move to towering beats and stiff drinks with custom JBL Sound.

FULL DETAILS HERE



Friday, November 8th, 2019

By Dino Buiatti
L.A. Realtor | @DTLADino | 213-270-5613 | [email protected] | BRE# 01909958

VIDEO OF THE WEEK

Darius and I take a trip to the Grand Lofts on 11th and Grand. Check it out!!

LISTINGS BY DTLA DISTRICT

This week there are 14 new condo listings for sale downtown; ranging from $455 to $7.988M. 

Please see a breakdown by the DTLA district below.

SEE YOU NEXT WEEK !!

Dino

ARTS DISTRICT

There is one new listing in the Arts District. A 1-Bed/1-Bath for $1M.

1 NEW LISTING IN ARTS DISTRICT

CENTRAL CITY WEST

There is one new listing in Central City West. A 1-Bed/1-Bath listed for $520K.

CENTRAL CITY WESST – 1 NEW LISTING

HISTORIC CORE

There is one listing in the Historic Core. A 1-Bath loft with 1,050 Sqft.

HISTORIC CORE – 1 LISTING

LITTLE TOKYO

There are two new listings in Little Tokyo at $455K and $499K.

2 LITTLE TOKYO LISTINGS

SOUTH PARK

There are nine new listings in South Park ranging from $604K to $7.998M.

9 NEW SOUTH PARK LISTINGS

DTLA Listings In Map View

See all 14 NEW DTLA listings in Map View.

SEE LAST WEEKS LISTINGS

See last weeks new listings !!

LAST WEEK’S LISTINGS
What to do this weekend in dowtown la

FRIDAY

29ROOMS EXPAND YOUR REALITY TOUR

29ROOMS Presents Expand Your Reality Tour

Friday | 11/8 | 8:30PM - 11:00PM

At Beverly Venue by HD Buttercup Venues

The Expand Your Reality Tour is the latest 29Rooms experience from Refinery29 — a space where you’re encouraged to step into the art, wear the art, touch the art, and connect with others (and yourself) in the process.

Karaoke at Mrs. Fish

Karaoke at Mrs. Fish

Friday | 11/8 | 5:00PM - 11:30PM

At Mrs. Fish

Karaoke Room: Booking Only for guests 21+. 
No Room Fee with a per person minimum food and beverage spend per hour. Each hour can be booked for a per person food and beverage minimum of $25 plus tax + 20% service charge. Food and beverage service for Karaoke Room will be from the Lower Level Bar.

LOS ANGELES COFFEE FESTIVAL

Los Angeles Coffee Festival

Friday | 11/8 | 11:00AM - 6:00PM

At Magic Box

After a successful inaugural year on the West Coast, the Los Angeles Coffee Festival will be returning this fall from November 8th – 10th at Downtown LA’s Magic Box @ The Reef. Slated to be even bigger and better than last year, the weekend-long event will feature not only exceptional coffee, but also incredible local food, cocktails, live music, art and film. Whether you're a beginner, coffee aficionado, self-confessed coffee geek or key industry stakeholder, it is an event that is not to be missed.

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Home Base

Friday | 11/8 | Doors 9:00PM

At The Theatre at Ace Hotel

Free and open to the public / 21+ at Upstairs

A party by women representing all facets of Electronic music. This session features sets from Senay, Ashtre Jinkins, & resident Spiñorita.

Le Club: Brawther, Magic Touch, Paradise

Le Club: Brawther, Magic Touch, Paradise

Friday | 11/8 | 9:00PM - 2:00AM

At The Standard in DTLA

Le Club presents Brawther, Magic Touch, Paradise. A party series on the Second Floor of The Standard, Downtown LA.

SATURDAY

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Dessert Goals

Saturday | 11/9 | 12:00PM - 6:30PM

At Evolve Project LA

Do you like desserts? This is the festival for you! 20+ dessert vendors, freebies from sponsors, photo activations and activities, get ready for the best day ever. Dessert Goals is fun for the whole family and kids 6 and under are free.

USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience

USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience

Saturday | 11/9 | 1:00PM - 4:00PM

At LA Center Studios

The USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience presents rich and colorful moments for guests to taste, savor and explore the Los Angeles culinary scene, from local trends to regional traditions.

DTLA LOS ANGELES Crum Presents Keep On Pushing Pop Up Art Show

Crum Presents Keep On Pushing Pop Up Art Show

Saturday | 11/9 | 6:00PM - 12:00AM

At Downtown Heaven Art Studio

Vintage Finds, Art, Music, Food and Tattoos.

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Thumbs Day (2019)

Saturday | 11/9 | 7:00PM - 11:00PM

At A Shop Called Quest

Thumbs is back from the UK for the 2nd annual Thumbs Day at ASCQ DTLA. Thumbs is bringing the proper pandemonium from across the pond. Two separate mash-up launches / Games / Trivia Sesh / and more. 
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All That 90s Party

Saturday | 11/9| 9:00PM – 1:45AM

At Resident DTLA

All that 90s party with DJ Dave Paul from San Francisco breaking down the 90s and reconstructing the decade.

This event is 21+

SUNDAY

I Am a Masterpiece – An Art Therapy Party

I Am A Masterpiece – An Art Therapy Party

Sunday | 11/10 | 5:00PM - 9:00PM

At Arabella’s Exhibition Space

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A Ratchet R&B Party Presented by Cuffing Season!

Sunday | 11/10 | 9:00PM - 2:00AM

At Mama Lion

Your favorite winter monthly party presents a summer season party! Come through with current boo or find your future lover at the “A RATCHET R&B PARTY”!

VETERAN’S DAY WEEKEND SUNDAY

The Music of The Talking Heads for Kids

The Music of The Talking Heads for Kids

Sunday | 11/10 | Doors 11:30AM 

At Echoplex

The Echo & The Rock and Roll Playhouse bring you this special event for all ages! 
THE CURE NITE w/Guest DJ Alex Transistor

THE CURE NITE w/Guest DJ Alex Transistor

Sunday | 11/10 | Doors 10:00PM

At Echoplex

Come spend an evening devoted to one of PTP's all-time favourite bands: THE CURE. Dance from 10pm to 2am to tracks spanning the 35 years of THE CURE's back catalogue.

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LIFTED

Sunday | 11/10 | 6:00PM - 11:00PM

At Ace Theatre Upstairs

The Gel Lab presents Lifted, a Sunday evening groove session featuring a guest DJ sets from Juliet Mendoza & Shark. Get Lifted with The Gel Lab and friends Upstairs as we elevate & move to towering beats and stiff drinks with custom JBL Sound.

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Tuesday, November 5th, 2019

By Dino Buiatti
L.A. Realtor | @DTLADino | 213-270-5613 | [email protected] | BRE# 01909958

Darius and I visited the Textile lofts and also the nearby amenities which are in the Santee Village through a unique sharing arrangemnt.

So if you’re thinking the Textile Lofts doesn’t have a pool, you’d be wrong about that.

Till next time…….

315 E 8th ST #806 – TEXTILE LOFTS