Museum Of Comtemparary Art and H Studio are only a few of the museums in the Downtown Los Angeles area. Don't limit your search for a new place in the Los Angeles market to just one neighborhood. Have a look at other apartments available in nearby Empowerment Congress North Area and Figueroa Corridor.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
ApartmentGuide.com takes the stress out of searching for your next place. Run through our online ratings and reviews to help you find your new front door. Downtown Los Angeles boasts fun and convenience all in one, with numerous amenities and basic services located within the immediate area. Specifically, S Los Angeles St. and S Hill St. are a couple of the busiest streets in town, perfect for people who love the hustle and bustle. With our easy-to-use apartment finder tool, skip the search and head straight to what matters most.
Enjoy drinks after work with coworkers and friends in Downtown Los Angeles at King Edward Cafe. Residents can choose from a variety of restaurants in the Downtown Los Angeles area, including deli snacks, barbecue, pizza, sandwiches and mobile concessions. Drink up at Bar 107 or Crocker Club and spend the night sipping on delicious drinks. Not to be overlooked when you're hungry, there are several chain restaurant options in the neighborhood, on top of that. McDonald's and Johnny Rockets are both located in the neighborhood.
For health and wellness enthusiasts, Downtown Los Angeles has it covered. On S Flower St. is Oasis City Spa, and Klyt Bath House is also in the neighborhood.
For more details regarding fun places to grab a bite or hit up Happy Hour in Downtown Los Angeles, take a peek at the Yelp page.
Shopping Options and Nearby Conveniences
Downtown Los Angeles residents can shop multiple grocery stores to fill up kitchen staples. Some options include Sun's Produce on S Broadway and located on S Central Ave. is El Moro Produce. Downtown Los Angeles has one specialty market in the area, Everhealth Vitamin Co. If you've got a hankering for something sweet or freshly baked, Mr Steve Donuts is in the neighborhood on Maple Ave. and Donut Tree is located on S Los Angeles St..
For greater selection and value when shopping, Downtown Los Angeles has department and factory-outlet stores, such as Broadway Factory and National Brand Outlet. Downtown Los Angeles also has multiple shopping malls. For more brand-conscious shoppers, the neighborhood has major retailers and shopping malls. One major retailer is Office Depot and there's Weller Court Shopping Ctr, located on Astronaut E S Onizuka St.
Cost of Living and Demographics
As you fine tune your budget before moving, know that the cost of living in Downtown Los Angeles is more expensive than it is in Empowerment Congress North Area. The average household spends $58.3K/year in total expenditures, compared to Empowerment Congress North Area's $28.9K/year.
The neighborhood of Empowerment Congress North Area is somewhat different from Downtown Los Angeles in terms of median age and the percentage of households that have children. In Downtown Los Angeles the median age is 28, while in Empowerment Congress North Area it's 23. When it comes to households in the neighborhoods with children, they diverge as well. In Downtown Los Angeles, 6% have children and 43% of households have children in Empowerment Congress North Area.
Is Downtown Los Angeles the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Empowerment Congress North Area make an average of $24.9K, Downtown Los Angeles residents are raking in an average of $75.8K.