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Breakfast, Coffee, & Networking
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New Tenants in the Arts District
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The Arts District's Next Chapter
Artists colonies, placemaking, river-adjacent projects, and more
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Developing Housing & Attracting Residents
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767 S. Alameda St. #4th Floor, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Parking Information: Parking Garage located at : 777 S. Alameda St. Los Angeles, CA 90021, 2 hours free, daily max $12
With a history that can be traced back to the mid-1800s, when it was Jean-Louis Vignes’ vineyard, and into the 21st century when it shed its calling card as a hub of railroads, industry, and trucking, giving way to artists (via the 1981 Artist-In-Residence Bill), the Arts District is one of the city’s historical rich and culturally vibrant neighborhoods.
The Arts District, bound by Alameda on the West, First Street to the north, Violet Street to the south, and the LA River on the East, spent the 2010s playing the role of charming underdog in the city as interest ramped up, development boomed, and global brands flocked to the hottest plot of land in town.
Today, the Arts District is home to Warner Music Group’s global headquarters, Spotify’s new 155,000 sq. ft. LA homebase, the new SoHo Warehouse, the city’s most trendy food market, and dozens of developments that, if built, represent new ground up spec offices, 5,000 apartments and condos, and myriad adaptive reuse projects.
With much already completed and even more to come, Bisnow will gather preeminent developers, visionary investors, and the hottest tenants to discuss the State of the Arts District – creating conversations that will be can’t-miss for all Angelenos.
Contribute to the conversation on Instagram and Twitter (@Bisnow) by using the hashtag #BisnowLosAngeles. With questions, press inquiries, and content recommendations, email Bisnow’s SoCal Event Producer, Matt Seukunian (email@example.com).