Downtown

With authentic loft style living and former industrial warehouses aplenty, the neighborhood still feels like a pre-sanitized New York from the 70s – for now. Philanthropist and überpatron Eli Broad is the vastly wealthy visionary who set the ball rolling with the 2003 opening of Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, cementing itself as the regenerating catalyst for Downtown’s revival. Booming construction of glossy projects like the 2015 opening of the Broad museum signal that Downtown’s march toward gentrification is taking off like gangbusters. Nostalgia nuts take note: downtown’s Broadway Historic Theatre and Commercial District boasts more historic theatres on one street than any other city in the country, most of which date back to the 1920’s and 1930’s.

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