Everyone’s invited to have a gay summer in Downtown Los Angeles as DTLA Proud announces the return of the DTLA Proud Festival on August 26th and 27th 2017. The numerous fun events have been part and parcel of Downtown LA’s renaissance and transformation into a world-class city known for creative energy, progress and life.
Varsity Gay League is now accepting registrations for summer bowling at Xlanes in Little Tokyo by the Arts District at 333 Alameda St with the first summer game. #dtlaproud #gaybowling #nightonbroadway
DTLA Proud Block Party happens in January with art and music. sRequest information on events or get a free list of nearby lofts for sale and for lease in Downtown Los Angeles. Fill out the online form:
Los Angeles, the park is finally ready! The long-awaited Grand Opening of Los Angeles State Historic Park includes a day-long celebration of music, performance, family-friendly activities and food trucks. The park is easily accessible by the Chinatown Gold Line Station or by bicycle. Public transportation is highly recommended becuase there is limited parking in the park.
Los Angeles State Historic Park has been closed for the last three years, but after a major renovation, the Chinatown neighborhood park will re-open on Earth Day, April 22 with fun, family-friendly activities and food trucks. Enjoy musical performances by Grammy Award-winning QUETZAL, MILCK (Connie Lim of Washington DC Women’s March), global bass from Subsuelo, Shaolin Monks presentation and more…
Opened in 2006 and also known as Cornfield Park, the enlarged and revamped space now totals now totals 34 acres, with new features that include two acres of wetlands, a Welcome Center, a Blossom Plaza, a large promenade, room for farmers’ markets, a meadow, a paved parking lot and a pedestrian bridge perfect for taking in the views. The neighborhood has proven to be an enjoyable place to live, a great investment, and continues to surpass expectations.
HOMES FOR SALE – Lofts for sale in neighborhoods by State Historic Park
Brother Andy says that Downtown Los Angeles represents the future of art.
His Grace invites us all to enter the world of a visionary. He is a Writer, Film-maker, Fine Artist, Interior Designer, Photographer and Fashionista. Provocative uber-artist (an artist skilled in over five different media), Brother Andy is a prolific auteur film-maker with over 350 films on Youtube, over 100,000 photographic images as a photgrapher, plus countless paintings and sculptures as a fine artist to his credit. His digital collage image, ‘Jesus Chimp’, is considered by some to be a masterpiece of the Intriguism Art Method (‘retro-futurism’), a creative process which he developed. The energetic creator produced highly-effective educational films for people with cognitive disabilities. A master interior decorator, brother andy helps Downtown loft owners to decorate to deliver a powerfully pleasing first impression and quickly improve the resale value when owners want to enhance the look and, feel and the ultimate selling price.
His background extends into feature films (producing hundreds of films, including six feature films in the last seven years as writer, producer, editor, and director), television (with appearances on ABC, local news stations in every Southern California major city), stage and live events, music videos and theme parks, as well as Visual Merchandising for several leading retail stores, private interior design clients and web site design. As an ‘artist whisperer’, Brother Andy has collaborated with hundreds of artists. He is also a strident advocate of nudism, feminism and animal rights. His motto is: ‘To educate and entertain, to encourage and inspire…’
The creative line for Downtown L.A. goes back to the 1970s. User-Artist Brother Andy says that the imaginative materials produced by Downtown LA are outside the box. He says Angelino artists are not deconstructionalists and not negative in their vision and works; rather they see and create a positive type of future in their artwork that is both abstratct and visionary. Compare the L.A. art scene to New York City where artists are trying harder to be seen, and contract it with artists of Europe who are busy trying to keep traditions going. His Grace says that the art culture of California is much more positive and it is about the experience. The works of Downtown artists more reflect the personality of the artists. California has so many things to do, thus myriad California adventures are part of the art. In fact, Andy says that the California state tourism board should make their next TV commercial about the artists of Downtown Los Angeles because they represent the essence of California reflecting through their work.
DTLA artists are cutting-edge, are not nasty or negative, but very upbeat according to His Grace. Beginning in the 1970s, California artists pioneered bright acrylics that are especially reflective and filled with light. Southern California, like Italy, features art infused with soft light. Artists worldwide come to Los Angeles for its natural light. Other key ingredients of the Downtown Los Angeles art scene are derived from the SoCal lifestyle: about the food, wine
— showing that the local area art is primarily about culture. Exploding in importance for the whole world, the Downtown L.A. art scene reflects a deep understanding of art and life, according to Brother Andy. He says that the new Broad Museum is different from museums of New York City and elsewhere because the modern art museum is traditional only in that it is an exhibition, and unlike traditional museums, the Broad is cutting edge regarding today’s lifestyle.
Artist Brother Andy was a pioneer in the fledgling haunted house industry of the 1970s, creating ghoulish comedy character Armando Creeper. The artist later went on to co-found a new art movement called Intriguism. See his new film just released called Dr. Invisible free online at https://youtu.be/UTxytPjkSQU.
EVENTS – Not To Be Missed: Special Appearance By Reclusive Uber-Artist, Brother Andy
Expect the unexpected! His Grace uber-artist Brother Andy, will make a live webcast appearance as a Special Guest of Honor, attending by video broadcast at real estate mogul and film producer Corey Chambers’ fiftieth celebration on Wednesday October 26, 2016 at 7 pm no-host dinner and drinks at Peking Tavern 806 S Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014 (213) 988-8308 (Street Parking).
The gifted fine artist (“Jesus Chimp”), underground film-maker (“The Social”), and rebel fashionista will bless us with a live video “meet and greet.” This is as close as we can get for guests who wish a personal audience with His Grace. Mr. Chambers has acted as Patron of the Arts, creative collaborator, and personal confidant for the insightful guru Brother Andy for decades. The always-controversial Brother Andy is known for his out-spoken views on nudism, feminism, and sex-positive education — leading to the end of racial divides, he claims. For more information, please see www.intriguism.com and www.artistbrotherandy.com.
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So much fun is happening around Downtown Los Angeles! Tonight is the way happy Frog Town Art Walk along the Los Angeles River by Downtown L.A. area Elysian Valley from 4 PM to 10 PM.
Good vibes and chillin’ with the illest artists. Totally cool, dope and gonna love it. This year is special because the new homes are opening facing the water and festival-goers can also see the new homes. Call Corey first before going to see the new homes (213) 880-9910. #frogtown #newhomes
There is only one affordable industrial style small loft in the Arts District for lease. Beacon Loft with free gated parking space. Check it out: Making history at Bunker Hill Downtown – See the recording of the history-making LIVE webcast of the Bunker Hill Loft open house last Sunday. Garnered more than 1,ooo LIVE viewers, possible the biggest open house ever in Downtown L.A., this new kind of TV show called Downtown Scope is a great example of how to use technology to its fullest, it is a piece of cake to attract a large audience by showing the amazing Bunker Hill Loft, which is easily the best condo in DTLA.
If you would rather get a great deal on a rental and get panoramic views, free utilities and free parking, then this Bunker Hill Condo For Lease is it:
Anyone can now easily get the best deal on a loft for lease in Downtown LA. Use the FOR LEASE link and use the new online application – you no longer need to pay $30 up front so it is free to apply and negotiate the best deal early.
Congratulations to Vanessa, Jane and Ralph on getting the coolest top-floor totally real historic industrial loft in the Arts District. It’s tight! When the largest hip, chic shopping center called At Mateo opens next year, they are gonna be STYLIN for real!!! See what else sold recently in Downtown Los Angeles at https://laloftblog.com/sold/.
Renters have lots of choices in Downtown these days, but home buyers find the choices are very limited and expensive because no historic loft conversions have been created in Downtown L.A. since 2013. So next week, we’re gonna analyze the top reasons why real estate developers are not building or I should say converting any more new lofts in historic or industrial buildings in DTLA. Could it be all about the MONEY? In the mean time, find all of the lofts and condos that are available FOR SALE.
Here’s another fun upcoming event to help revitalize the Los Angeles River — As it is the 6th annual event, they’ve organized an exceptional night to celebrate the L.A. River as the next great civic destination for all of Los Angeles. Don’t miss out!
The evening will feature an assortment of appetizers from Chef Neal Fraser of Red Bird, whimsical performances by Lucent Dossier, an open bar sponsored by Diageo, Veev and Golden Road Brewing AND riverly installations provided by artists Billy Kheel, Fused Metals, HyunJun Chappell and Yeah Rentals. It is the L.A. River Revitalization Corporation’s 6th Annual Urban Garden Party, and this year it’s at Los Angeles historic state park:
Urban Garden Party 2016
Sep 25, 2016 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM PDT
The Viaduct at Los Angeles State Historic Park
1799 Baker Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States
Between Elysian Park and the Los Angeles River, there’s always something fun and creative going on. Many of the locals are actively involved in bringing the river back to life with fundraisers and events. Dozens of artists, film screenings, music, performances and food venues make the annual Frog Town Art Walk a very special event for the entire family.
The event stretches from Fletcher St to Eads (1.3 miles along the LA River). The Artwalk has more than 30 venues showing art. There are 3 official Artwalk stages with music: Marsh Park 2, Frogspot, and the Elysian Valley Community Garden at Rich Street. Six illuminated art installations light the LA River Path. Free full color printed program for the Artwalk with information on all the venues, artists, music and events. Frogtown Artwalk official information can be found at FrogtownArts.com.
NEW HOMES!! This year, Frogtown Artwalk guests have a chance to see the 56 stylish brand new homes facing the water, and to be among the first to tour the new condominium units, and possibly to live by the river and witness its revitalization first hand — call Corey (213) 880-9910 BEFORE arriving or get on the new homes interest list. Fill out the online form:
More than 1,000 tuned in Sunday, August 7, to see Downtown Los Angeles Real Estate Open House LIVE TV Show on Periscope, making for what could be the largest Downtown condo open house ever. #periscope #openhouse
There is only one Bunker Hill Loft, a spacious 2,440 sq ft condo unit surrounded by panoramic views of the Music Center to the skyscraper skyline of Downtown Los Angeles. Those who could not make it in person to see the open house can still view the luxury condominium unit via the recording of the live show and get inside information. The winner has been announced for the $25 Amazon gift certificate for asking the best question about Downtown L.A. or real estate. Congratulations to Christian S. for providing the best question of the day.
Watch the recording of the LIVE tour and see what’s really happening in Downtown Los Angeles as Corey Chambers and award-winning actress Brandi Price Host LIVE Periscope Webcast from an L.A. high-rise loft-style condo. They show how to avoid the 5 biggest mistakes in Downtown real estate, and reveal how to make the most of one of the world’s hottest markets. Brandi Price is currently away filming on location http://www.BrandiPrice.com.
The latest on what the Downtown L.A. renaissance is all about…
Corey Chambers, the L.A. real estate agent known for buying Downtown Los Angeles lofts for cash, broadcasts Downtown’s real estate open house LIVE TV show. Viewers can tune in free to watch LIVE open house tours and previously recorded shows at http://www.DowntownScope.com. The internet video broadcast is transmitted using Periscope and Twitter.
“The show will share the latest on what the Downtown L.A. renaissance is all about,” Chambers said. “As a live TV show, viewers worldwide will get the chance to see what is really happening right now in the most exciting place on Earth.”
Chambers does the show because he believes that most real estate agents just do the ABC’s of real estate, and they don’t implement the latest technologies to their fullest. He noticed that a popular loft listed by another agent recently took more than 100 days to sell because the real estate agent Multiple Listing Service was the only significant marketing tool, which is a “lazy way to market real estate” according to Chambers. In addition to the live open house TV show on Periscope, Chambers, who is a veteran computer and satellite systems specialist in the U.S. Air Force, publishes the L.A. Loft Blog, provides the largest number of unlisted lofts and condos for sale in Downtown, and offers the latest technology to buyers and sellers (at no cost to buyers) such as heat map software that instantly shows which homes have positive cash flows, which unlisted properties are likely to sell soon, and which properties are in distress and likely to sell at a bargain price.
As for agents to just upload their seller clients property to the MLS and then throw a lockbox on the door, “That’s nonsense,” Chambers concluded. Don’t real estate agents get paid enough to do more for their clients? Chambers actually guarantees the sale of homes, and also guarantees in writing that home buyers will love their new home or he’ll buy it back. The seller and Corey must agree on price and time of possession.
Sponsored by the LA Loft Blog, the TV shows dramatize this aggressive marketing. The most recent show took place inside the 23rd floor of a Downtown highrise loft-style condominium with panoramic views of Downtown’s Music Center and Financial District. It’s not, however, merely a show and tell about a single home for sale. The show called “Downtown Scope” reveals how to avoid the 5 biggest mistakes in Downtown real estate, and provides tips on how to make the most of the hot Downtown L.A. market.
The L.A. Loft Blog is Downtown’s authority on residential real estate. Interview requests should be directed to Corey Chambers at email@example.com with Downtown Scope in the subject line, or call 213-478-0499 http://www.DowntownScope.com
Visitors and local downtowners can often be found patronizing the outcropping of local shopping, dining and entertainment establishments that have created the thriving, vibrant communityk during the Artwalk.
Downtown Los Angeles starting in 2000 began a faze called centralization, meaning bringing people back from the suburbs to the city
Prior to 2000, DTLA was considered by many to be an unsafe, destitute, and a unknown place. That has changed.
With LA live, new lofts, cafes, bars etc., life in DTLA has begun to spring back to life.
Once a month, the second Thursday of the month, the ART WALK consists of Djs, live music, food trucks, vendors, flea markets, art galleries etc. — EM
The Art Walk is held in the Old Bank District on Spring street, between 3rd and 11th street.
Walking on Spring street you can enter every Art Gallery free of charge.