Interested in making the urban paradise of Downtown Los Angeles your new home? Fairfield Residential new community, The Aliso, is scheduled for a summer 2018 opening in the heart of DTLA. Just featured in urbanize.LA, we’re excited about not only the state of the art community but also the growing vibrant area that is the Arts District Los Angeles.
“Located at 950 E. 3rd Street, the joint venture between Fairfield Residential and Legendary Development consists of five- and six-story structures that will feature 472 apartments and 22,000 square feet of ground-level commercial space. Plans also call for a number of open space amenities across the six-acre property, including a linear green space along the eastern side of the six-acre property.”
The heart of the Arts District Los Angeles has an amazing growing culture full of recreational activities, food, drink, shopping and of course, art. What was once a forgotten part of the city is now a thriving cultural and artistic scene. Let’s check out some of the highlights you can expect from living in one of L.A.’s most coveted areas.
Alchemy Works – The perfect spot for unique goods for your home.
As We Dwell – Coworking space by day and an event space by night, this eclectic space is one you won’t want to leave at the end of the day.
Blacktop Coffee – Your artsy and friendly neighborhood coffee shop open daily.
Arts District Brewing Co – With over 30 craft beers brewed on site, plus classic pinball and Skeeball machines, this is the place to be for good old fashioned fun.
The Spirit Guild – For just 10 bucks you can get a 45-minute tour of this made in L.A. distillery, plus tastings.
Villains Tavern – The local Arts District tavern with crafty cocktails and food.
Manuela – A beautifully designed dining space with local art and seasonal menu.
Sanctuary Fitness – High-intensity interval training and indoor cycling without the monthly commitment.
Arts District Dog Park – The local dog park with amenities for artsy pups.
Denk Art Gallery – Founded in 2017, this contemporary gallery features artists that make you think.
For more galleries check out the Arts District website.