The Past is Now Present
For years, those seeking an urban lifestyle in Los Angeles were hard-pressed to find it. But Downtown’s resurgence has changed all that.
The shift is tectonic and cultural: Los Angeles is moving back to its historic urban core and Broadway is at the center of the movement.
The Broadway Lofts is situated in the heart of a revitalizing neighborhood that offers experiences only possible in a reimagined urban city center. Visit our unique lofts and all that makes Downtown Los Angeles a Great City.
Hotels, Bars & Restaurants
Downtown Los Angeles has been called “America’s Next Great City” for good reason—nationally acclaimed restaurants, nightlife and shopping. All of this is just a short walk away from The Broadway:
Grand Central Market
Operating since 1917, LA’s eclectic Grand Central Market is home to as diverse a collection of shops, restaurants, and people as you’ll find anyplace on earth. And it’s just a half-block away.
Downtown LA’s growing number of parks and green spaces leave room for relaxing, exercising, or people-watching — like the new Grand Park, located just down the street. Nestled between the city’s most iconic buildings, this 16-acre urban oasis offers Angelenos a respite from the concrete jungle. Walk among lush gardens and hot pink benches, have a splash in the fountain, or get in a yoga session on the performance lawn.
DTLA offers a wide variety of shopping options. Find retail and restaurants at The Bloc or FIGat7th outdoor mall, stroll to Urban Outfitters, or explore the diverse array of shops and stands in the Fashion, Jewelry, and Flower districts.
Getting around is convenient with several public transportation options. Jump on a DASH bus for trips around DTLA. At nearby Union Station, you’ll find the Blue, Red, and Gold Lines to take you all around LA’s diverse neighborhoods; while Amtrak, Metrolink, and the FlyAway shuttle (to LAX) offer no-hassle ways to travel throughout California and the United States.
Arts & Culture
You’re right by dozens of art galleries, all of which open up for the bi-monthly Art Walk. Take a self-guided tour of DTLA, refuel at some of the city’s best food trucks, and check out the latest work from LA’s fastest-growing creative community.
The Broadway is happy to welcome your pet. And with plenty of green spaces and a close-knit urban community, you will also find DTLA one of the most pet-friendly communities in the world.