The original water source for the pueblo! Can you believe THIS spot is why L.A. even exists? Can you imagine the eventual history-themed park?
What happens when a street-end becomes a street haven that filters and cleans our stormwater? This park! Imagine one on every dead-end river street.
The neighborhood just recently found out that Metro is planning to build a maintenance facility for the heart of the Arts District.
It's always surprised me that in the city most widely associated with film, tourists have always been directed to Hollywood, not to Broadway's theater district in downtown's Histor
A Gothic Revival standout among the river's historic bridges. Walk between Boyle Heights and the Arts District, and enjo the lively and diverse street life.
Art clubs, luxury shops, and oil corporations have all occupied the intricately detailed spaces of the 1926 Fine Arts Building in downtown L.A.