Click here to read the full article written by Eliot Brown from The Wall Street Journal.
In The News
For 25 years, the Downtown News of Los Angeles has prepared the Best of Downtown Awards, which over time have evolved into 130 “best-of” categories, showcasing all that Downtown LA has to offer.
Kid City South Park will host “Splash of LA,” a family festival and fundraiser for Kid City’s college access and retention programs.
LA Express Park is an effort of the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) to adjust parking meters to the actual value of the spaces to which they relate.
South Park CBD, along with other Downtown LA BIDs, attended a meeting with City Planning, the re:code LA team, and other DTLA constituents to discuss their plan for the re-zoning of the city.
Beginning August 1st, Property Owners were given the opportunity to begin nominating new members for the available seats on the South Park Stakeholder’s Group Board of Directors.
At the latest monthly meeting of the Los Angeles BID Consortium, former Council Member Jan Perry met with those gathered to discuss her new role as interim General Manager of the newly created Economic Development Department.
According to LAPD and our safety team, there is a group of criminals – motorcycle thieves – which are targeting the high end buildings in the Downtown LA area.
With South Park’s new logo and look, many aspects of the office have gotten a makeover. Our officers are now in green and black, and our vehicles are painted and decaled to match.
On July 1st, affected property owners received a ballot from the Bureau of Street Lighting for Prop 218.