Lofts, Condos and Apartments by Downtown LA Gay Bar Scene – DTLA Goes GLBT

In a recent article in Metro Weekly, Downtown Los Angeles reportedly wants to be the new West Hollywood. DTLA is slowly transforming into a desirable LGBT destination.


lesbian-couple-lingerieWhile Downtown will never be West Hollywood, and certainly does not want to be, it is a bit closer perhaps to being the new Hollywood.  Downtown has had Hollywood roots for ages, with many films and TV shows shot here daily, and with its own sizable Los Angeles Center Studios, and many celebrities having called it home since Charlie Chaplin resided and frolicked here at the turn of the century. #dtla #glbt

Now it’s easier to live in a cool place that is walking distance to the bars and all of the other pubs, restaurants, entertainment, shopping and transportation. Most of them are around the Historic Core:

Here are lofts for sale and for lease just a short walk from Downtown’s gay bars:
Precinct – Pan American Lofts, Douglas Building, SB Grand, El Dorado, Rowan
Redline – SB Grand, Eckardt, Cornell, Bartlett, Rowan, El Dorado
Bar Mattachine – Bartlett, SB Grand, Eckardt, Douglas, Cornell, Eastern Columbia
The New Jalisco Bar – Higgins, Teramachi, Douglas, El Dorado

Bartlett Building – 215 W 7th St, 90014
Cornell Building – 746 S Los Angeles St, 90014
Douglas Building – 257 S Spring St, 90012
Eastern Columbia – 849 S Broadway, 90014
Eckardt Building – 738 S Los Angeles St, 90014
El Dorado Lofts – 416 S Spring St, 90015
Higgins Building – 108 E 2nd St, 90012
Pan American Building – 253 S Broadway, 90012
Rowan Lofts – 460 S. Spring St, 90013
Santee Village – (See EckardtCornell and Textile)
SB Grand (Shybary Grand or Shy Barry Grand) – 312 W. 5th St, 90013
Teramachi Homes Senior Condos – 267 S. San Pedro St, 90012

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GLBT people are attracted to the historic architecture and genuine urban culture
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