Thank you for joining us on March 31st, 2021 at our Annual Meeting.
Here are the materials we presented including our Comeback Kid slideshow, our 2020 Annual Report, & a fun YouTube video covering more details about our history by the Spring Arts Tower Collective that we just had to share!
The latest addition to our Downtown LA skyline is Perla On Broadway. Located on 4th and Broadway, Perla offers 35 stories of city residences with modern design and classic character. Perla is the first new condominium residence to grace famed Broadway since the turn of the century. CallisonRTKL designed the tower, the building’s modern exterior gives way to an Art Deco Interior, designed by Hirsch Bender Associates.
Additionally, Perla partnered with Annie Wharton from Annie Wharton Art Consulting. 21 artists/artist teams—comprising 90% women and BIPOC—were commissioned to create 33 works for the $500,000 art collection that adorns Perla.
Perla offers amenities such as a state-of-the-art gym, a dog spa, a movie room, a rooftop deck, and much more. Get a look inside below or schedule a tour today.
Built in 1924 the Spring Arcade Building has been compared to Parisian food halls. It is home to local’s favorites such as Gelateria Uli and Guisados and other artisan businesses. On the ground floor, we see the beautiful Spanish Renaissance and Beaux-Arts details of this historic building, but did you know you could live there? Yep! The Spring Arcade has Studios, 1 bedroom, and 2 bedrooms available. Check out our exclusive tour of their units below.
Meet the Face behind some of the most creative art installations in the Historic Core: S.C. MeRo
MeRo’s art pieces have evoked laughter, curiosity, and they have paid homage to some of the most historic events in DTLA. Learn all about her passion for mosaics, how her district inspires her, and much more.
Located on the second floor of The Last Bookstore, Fold Gallery DTLA has all sorts of art, trinkets, and vintage items for the creative in your life! All orders will be wrapped with gloved hands and with the utmost care for all of our health in mind.
You can safely shop online and pick-up by clicking the link above. Shipping is also available.
Grab a bottle of this amazing dry-farmed, natural, biodynamic, organic Sauvignon Blanc Orange Wine from Ambyth Estate located in Paso Robles on sale for $38! All of their wines are vegan, Paleolithic, unfiltered, raw, and alive with zero additions of any kind, including sulfites.
Black Rock Market Cafe is the best neighborhood place for an abundance of grocery goods and snacks. Plus, they post fun recipes on their Instagram with all the ingredients available in their shop (plus they deliver!) Challenge yourself and post on social, it helps support a local business and you get to try something new!
Local chocolatier Sweet Duet is offering their deliciously crafted sweets. They have everything from dates to chocolate covered fruit for those who like to mix it up! Their holiday variety box is only $33 and they deliver on Postmates.
L.A.’s most famous bookstore is offering their customized book bundles! All you have to do is fill out their questionnaire with all of your preferences/budget. They also offer both a Surprise Bundle option & an Approved Bundle option just in case you want to make sure we get all the books you want.
Support local by gifting a gift card for Desuar Spa’s magical Under The Full Moon Massage (or any of their services)! The time of the full moon is a powerful energy healing opportunity, an optimum time for meditating, recharging your energy field, and clearing your chakras. There’s so much pure energy in the moonlight that anything it touches can’t help but respond to its radiance and love.
The Downtown Women’s Center is offering its Gift Collections from their shop: Made by DWC! Your gift helps provide women with opportunities to gain experience in production, inventory, retail, and customer service industries while working in a supportive and empowering environment.
In 1868 the area where St. Vincent’s Place is located today used to be known as Saint Vincent’s College (Loyola University) until 1887. This was Southern California’s very first college. When the college moved to a new campus, the old building became the US Army Headquarters. In 1907 the giant department store, Bullock’s moved in and turned St. Vincent’s into a destination.
Currently, St. Vincent’s is home to the largest jewelry collective in America and home to more than 500 independent jewelers.
However, it is no longer just a place for jewelers! St. Vincent now has fully renovated creative offices for rent. Amenities include a rooftop deck, 24/7 security, kitchen buildouts, gorgeous views, ample spaces, and more.