Spring Street Community Garden

In the Historic Core between the Higgins Building and Douglas Lofts, the Spring Street Community Garden is planted next to an orange colored parking garage in Downtown L.A.

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The garden was created about a year ago to provide a space for residents of Downtown Los higgins-spring-st-community-gardenAngeles to garden, picnic, and meet their neighbors. The DTLA community of gardeners understand the profound satisfaction of tending a garden and are grateful for the privilege of eating the fruits and vegetables of their labor. #community #garden

The Historic Core is also home to the largest concentration of Mills Act lofts for sale that can give big savings on property taxes in exchange for owners helping to maintain historic buildings.  Get Mills Act information property free in your email. Fill out the online form.

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