Downtown LA Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your top real estate source for the newest home listings in Downtown Los Angeles. Founded in 1781, Downtown Los Angeles, California is part of Central LA and serves as the key business and financial district of the world-famous city. Over the years, the area has also become a thriving residential community, and is home to around 58,000 people. With more than 500,000 people employed in the neighborhood, it makes sense that it has become an attractive spot for residents to settle down. For current information about Downtown LA, California homes for sale or to schedule a private showing, call your Los Angeles area real estate experts today. Read more about Downtown LA real estate.

Homes For Sale in Downtown Los Angeles, CA

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Downtown Los Angeles Real Estate Market

Real estate options in Downtown LA include a large variety of spacious and comfortable condominiums that are brimming with crowd-pleasing amenities. Shoppers who want to buy a home with a loft space, as well as those who want something more roomy featuring 1-4 bedrooms, will find something to suit their tastes. Home prices in this area start at around $600,000 for 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom within 1,000 square feet. The top tier of home pricing goes up to around $8 million for 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in 4,300 square feet of space.

The Downtown Los Angeles area is made up of several smaller districts, including the Arts District, Bunker Hill, Broadway Theater and Commercial district, Civic Center, Fashion District, Gallery Row, Flower District, Little Tokyo, Historic Core, Gallery Row, Old Bank District, Skid Row, South Park, and Toy District. Downtown LA is bordered by I-10 to the south, I-110 to the west, I-101 to the northeast, and the Los Angeles River to the east. Downtown Los Angeles residents who need to travel, for business or pleasure, can make the largest portion of the 18.5-mile trip via I-105 and I-110.

Downtown Los Angeles Community Amenities

Downtown LA living is ideal for people who love walking. While it is convenient to drive in the city, many living in the Downtown area enjoy the convenience of stores, restaurants and much more. Besides walking and people watching, those living in the area can visit The Downtown Independent or Regal Cinemas movie theaters for entertainment. Bowling lovers can enjoy a night on the lanes at Lucky Strike while just a trek across the I-110 leads to the Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Additional activities in the area include visits to one or more of the many nearby museums, a trip to the observation deck of the OUE Skyspace LA, or wandering through the Fashion District.

Grocery options are outstanding in this area, offering markets like Whole Foods, Simon Pasqual Grocery, Ralphs, Market Grocery, Little Tokyo Market Place and Superior Grocers, to name just a few. The Historic Downtown Farmer's Market and the Grand Central Market are both strong highlights in the area, known equally for shopping and gathering. The Target near the I-110 is perfect for finding essential home supplies and other daily needs. For pleasure-based shopping excursions, residents can visit places like Urban Shopping Adventures, The Bloc and The Small Shop LA.

Another local Downtown LA adventure revolves around dining out. Options include the Wurstkuche Restaurant for beers and schnitzels, Broken Spanish for Mexican fare, Noe Restaurant and Bar for American classics with an Asian twist and much more.

The area features several local parks for fitness enthusiasts and dog owners. A few local parks include Grand Hope, Gladys, Spring Street, San Julian, Pershing and Work Parks. Additionally, many home shoppers find condominiums that offer an on-site fitness center.Local industries include business and finance, fashion and design, the arts and real estate development. The area is also buoyed by its inclusion in the extended family of Silicon Valley and as the home of the Staples Center.

Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Highlights

  • Downtown LA is a pedestrian's dream—whether for pleasure or errands—it is packed with small shops, markets and restaurants. 
  • Grocery stores conveniently dot the Downtown LA map and include a combination of large-chain classics, local specialties and international markets. 
  • A variety of area industries include business and finance, arts, entertainment, fashion and real estate development. 
  • Restaurants include The Factory Kitchen for classic Italian pastas, Howlin' Rays for Nashville-style spicy fried chicken and Au Lac LA for a vegan-based Asian menu.
  • The area is brimming with activities and entertainment options that include visits to movies, a local's approach to sightseeing and a trek to the local bowling alley. 
  • Spots Downtown Los Angelenos treasure include Chinatown, Union Station, the Art at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, and the Disney Concert Hall at the LA Music Center.

Downtown Los Angeles School Information

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) serves the Downtown LA area. A few of the many area LAUSD schools include San Pedro Street Elementary School, Para Los Ninos Middle School and Downtown Business High School.

Downtown Los Angeles Real Estate Agents

Thinking about the purchase of a Downtown Los Angeles home? Let our team of Los Angeles area real estate specialists help you through the purchase of your new Downtown Los Angeles property or the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have expert insider knowledge of the market dynamics unique to Downtown Los Angeles real estate. We're here to work with you today!

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