View Larger Map Like SOHO, Tribeca and other well-known creative urban neighborhoods, the Downtown Arts District began its redevelopment in the ‘70s and ‘80s as numerous artist lofts and art galleries took root. Today, the district has transformed into an artistic mecca teaming with creative studios, performance squares, boutiques, cafés (including a nearby Urth Caffe), restaurants and underground nightlife. It makes for a neighborhood that’s full of energy and vibrancy, where everything you need is at your doorstep and you feel at one with the independent spirit of the surrounding area. And unlike many parts of LA, walking here is an acceptable mode of transportation.
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From 110 North Take exit onto I-10 E/Santa Monica Fwy toward San Bernadino Take exit 15B for Alameda St. Turn left at S Alameda St. Turn right at Factory Place From US-101 North Take exit 2B onto San Bernadino Fwy toward Alameda St. Turn left at N Alameda St. Turn left at Factory Place From US-101 South Take exit 2C for Los Angeles St. Turn right at N Lost Angeles St. Turn left at E Temple St. Slight right at N Alameda St. Turn left at Factory PlaceFrom the I-10 East Take exit 15B for Alameda St. Turn left at S Alameda St. Turn right at Factory PlFrom I-10 West Take exit 15B toward Alameda St. Merge onto E 14th St. Turn right at Factory Place From I-5 North Take exit 133B on the left for Seventh St. Merge onto E 7th St.Turn right at S Alameda St. Turn right at Factory Place