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Antioch university at the center of it all downtown la

  1. 1. Antioch University LOS ANGELES At the Center of It All © Nelson and Sixta
  2. 2. The Center of the Region Downtown is the Southern California hub for transportation, government, finance, culture, arts, sports, dining, and entertainment.
  3. 3. Multiple Downtown Markets 48,236 RESIDENTS (158% increase from 1999) 500,000+ EMPLOYEES 12 MILLION ANNUAL VISITORS © Nelson and Sixta
  4. 4. Why Downtown? Growing Population • Downtown boasts of a workforce population of over 500,000 • Almost 50,000 residents • 12 million visitors annually Transportation Options • Proximity to major freeways • Amtrak and Metrolink at Union Station, Metro light rail, bus and DASH The Center of the Region • Civic: Home of City, County and Federal Administration in the region • Sports and Culture: the Music Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, L.A. LIVE, Staples Center, MOCA • Future: Farmers Field, Broad Museum, Civic Park, FIGat7th, Wilshire Grand Project Quality of Life • Amenities –Culture, entertainment, sports, restaurants, bars and nightclubs • Multiple pedestrian-friendly residential and business neighborhoods © Nelson and Sixta
  5. 5. Diverse Downtown Destinations L.A. LIVE Staples Center LA Union Station Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Walt Disney Concert Hall Olivera Street Museum of Contemporary Art Chinatown Flower Mart Exposition Park Science Center Grand Central Market Central Library
  6. 6. Downtown Arts and Education Corridor 100 Cultural and Educational Institutions • • • • • • • • California African American Museum Los Angeles Central Library Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Chinese American Museum Southern California Institute of Architecture Japanese American Cultural & Community Center Mount St. Mary's College University of Southern California School of Architecture Price School of Public Policy Marshall School of Business
  7. 7. Transportation • In addition to being ideally situated within the major freeways, Downtown has a network of public transportation lines • Many commuters commute to Downtown via the bus or light rail (Red Line, Blue Line, Purple Line, Gold Line) • More information: http://www.metro.net/around/maps/
  8. 8. Multiple Transit Options Taxi Stands Subway and Light Rail Shuttles and Metro Bus System Car & Freeway Amtrak and Metrolink Train
  9. 9. Public Transit Exposition Light Rail • • • • Connects Downtown LA to Culver City and to Santa Monica in later phases Project Cost: $631 M 9.6-mile line 9 new stations Westside Extension Project (“Subway to the Sea”) • • • • • Will extend Red Line to the Westside Currently in final stages of planning process Will provide dependable alternative for travel to key destinations such as: Miracle Mile, Beverly Hills, Century City, and Westwood, including UCLA campus $4.36 B Proposed completion in 2022 Downtown Regional Connector (proposed) • Intended to link the Blue and Expo light rail lines with the two parts of the Gold Line Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension • • • • • Directly connects to new east side lines to Metro Gold Line to Pasadena without transfer 6-miles long Project Cost: $898 M Total new stations: 8 Completed: 2009
  10. 10. Demographic Profile of the Downtowner* © Nelson and Sixta
  11. 11. Downtown Los Angeles Housing Map
  12. 12. DOWNTOWN: Multiple Residential Options 135 Residential Buildings 18,284 Market Rate Units* 90.02% Occupancy Rate *Includes completed apartments, condos and lofts © Nelson and Sixta
  13. 13. Adaptive Reuse Buildings Old Bank District Flower Street Lofts San Fernando Building The Pegasus Pacific Electric Lofts Little Tokyo Lofts Eastern Columbia © Nelson and Sixta
  14. 14. New Construction Elleven Luma 717 Olympic Evo Piero Orsini WaterMarke Tower Market Lofts © Nelson and Sixta
  15. 15. Downtown Population Growth 60,000 48,236 50,000 43,604 40,000 39,537 30,000 28,878 23,894 20,000 2000 18,700 10,000 0 1999 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 YTD
  16. 16. Demographic Profile of the Downtowner* © Nelson and Sixta
  17. 17. DOWNTOWN: Headquarters Location Downtown CBD : • 53 buildings • 27.3 million square feet • Corporate headquarters, banking, law, architecture, accounting
  18. 18. New Industries Downtown New industries emerging Downtown during the last decade • Technology (Microsoft) • Creative • Architecture (SAA, Gensler, RTKL, NBBJ Architects, Altoon & Porter, Thomas P. Cox Architects) • Design firms Growth industries Downtown • Healthcare • Education • Banking • Entertainment • Retail
  19. 19. Demographic Profile of the Downtowner* © Nelson and Sixta
  20. 20. DOWNTOWN Stores & Restaurants Brigade Bottega Louie Artisan House Ralphs Fresh Fare Perch Target
  21. 21. Retail in Downtown Los Angeles City Target concept is opening in Fall 2012 at FIGat7th • 103,909 square feet • Deals in the works with other mid-range national retail tenants • Chef-driven food court Boutique retail on Spring Street • Month-to-month rents • Entrepreneurs and first-time business owners • Many of these boutiques have remained open for over 2.5 years and have signed long term leases
  22. 22. Food & Drug Stores • Downtown has a variety of markets and drug stores to suit the everyday needs • The DCBID is working on recruiting national and local grocers to Downtown • When it opens in 2012, Target at FIGat7TH will also carry groceries SAA Office
  23. 23. Farmers’ Markets • Fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts • Food vendors, flowers, clothes • Great place for lunch! Wednesday Thursday Friday Pershing Square FIGat7TH BofA Plaza 532 S. Olive 11:30AM – 2:00PM 735 S. Figueroa 11:30AM – 3:00PM 333 S. Hope 10:00AM – 2:00PM
  24. 24. Multiple Dining Options Arashi Sushi Baco Big Wangs Border Grill Downtown Bottega Louie BottleRock Blue Cow Cabbage Patch Café Bermuda Café Nine Caffé Primo Chaya Brasserie Church & State Crown Café Cucina Rustica El Cholo First & Hope Hooters Infusion Café Johnny Rockets Kachi Katsuya KC's Mediterranean Grill ktownBBQ LA Market Lazy Ox Canteen Magnolia Downtown Market Café at AT&T Center Mignon Wine & Cheese Bar Mother Road Downtown Night Toast Café Nola's Taste of New Orleans Ocho Mexican Grill Octopus Japanese Restaurant Olive Ristorante Italiano Pangea Garden Perch Portofino Cucina Italiana Rivera Restaurant Rock'N Fish Rosa Mexicano Rowdy Red Wine & Burger Bar Sk8 Café Spring For Coffee Starry Kitchen The Burger Joint The Gorbals The Novel Café The Spice Table Threads Café & Lounge Tommy Pastrami Trader Vic's Urban Noodle Urbano Pizza Bar Urth Caffé WP24
  25. 25. Gyms and Fitness • Downtown LA offers many exercise and fitness options – from yoga to neighborhood gyms to private clubs • Best exercise in Downtown: WALK! 505 S. Flower St. 700 S. Flower St. #1000 735 S. Figueroa St. 633 W. 5th St. 431 W. 7th St. 401 S. Hope St. OTHER OPTIONS •Aikido Center of Los Angeles – 121 N Main St. •Be Love Yoga & Bodywork – 1855 Industrial St. •Peace Yoga – 903 S. Main St. •Progressive Fighting System – 1855 Industrial St. •Weight Watchers – 505 S. Flower St. •Yoga Circle – 400 S. Main St. 700 W. 1st St.
  26. 26. Events Downtown Year-Round -Downtown Art Walk – 2nd Thursday evening -Active Arts at the Music Center (Dance Downtown, Drum Downtown, Sing-Alongs & more) – monthly -Tuesday Night Café – 1st & 3rd Tuesdays in Little Tokyo -LA Flea Market @ Dodger Stadium – 1st Sundays -LA Conservancy Walking Tours -Six Taste Food Tours – Weekly -First Fridays @ the Natural History Museum – 1st Fridays, January-June -First Sundays are for Families @ MOCA -Free Family Saturdays @ JANM -Free Thursday nights at MOCA and Geffen Contemporary – year round -Free exhibits at the FIDM Museum & Galleries – year round -Free Saturday Housing Bus Tour – Every other Saturday
  27. 27. Special Events Downtown Year Round January -LA Downtown on Ice (Nov-Jan) -dineLA Restaurant Week -LA Art Show – 50,000+ June -Hope for Firefighters -Los Angeles Film Festival -Grand Performances -Outfest February -Last Remaining Seats -Little Tokyo Korea Japan Festival: Film screenings, performing -Dwell on Design arts and cuisine -Golden Dragon Parade July -dineLA Restaurant Week -Grand Performances -Pershing Square Summer Concert Series March -Anime Expo -Lantern Festival -X Games -St. Patrick’s Day Festival -CalArts’ New Original Works (NOW) Festival -LA Marathon August April -Chinatown Summer Nights -L.A. LIVE's Easter Celebration -Nisei Week -The Grilled Cheese Invitational -Emmys -Unique LA Independent Designs & Gift Show -Grand Performances -LA Food Truck Festival -Pershing Square Summer Concert Series -Fiesta Broadway -Cherry Blossom Festival September -LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival -Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles -Autumn Lights LA May -Glamorama -City of Angels Wine Fest -Unique Los Angeles Design & Gift Show -Last Remaining Seats -Amgen Tour of California -Motorexpo -Annual Cinco De Mayo Festival October -dineLA Restaurant Week -Los Angeles Fashion Week -Public Safety Appreciation BBQ -Monster Massive Festival @ LA Coliseum & Sports Arena November -LA Downtown on Ice -LA Auto Show December -Green Block Party -Unique LA Independent Designs & Gift Show -LA Downtown on Ice – (Nov – Jan) -Annual LA County Holiday Celebration -Giant Maximus -Together as One New Years Eve Festival @ LA Coliseum -Winter Holiday Events @ Pershing Square
  28. 28. A Vibrant Market Restaurants and hospitality continue to drive the Downtown retail market.  Notable new hospitality tenants with signed leases over the past six months: - The Tasting Kitchen The Counter Burger Walter Manzke Towne Restaurant Baco - Artisan House Stout Bar Pattern Perch
  29. 29. Projects Under Development Grand Park Broad Museum Figat7th Wilshire Grand Farmers Field
  30. 30. Grand Park      Across from Times Building campus option $56 million, 16-acres Green space from Music Center to City Hall Broke ground: July 2010 Final completion: Late 2012
  31. 31. The Broad Collection      120,000 square-foot museum Over 2,000 pieces of art 3 levels $307.7 million investment Slated completion: Spring 2013
  32. 32. New Moderate Price Hotels • 180 room Ace Hotel with 1600 seat theatre in former United Artists Building on Broadway •Two King and Grove Hotel properties in renovated buildings •393-room dual-branded Courtyard (limited service) & Residence Inn (extended stay – each unit comes with a kitchen) in 23-story building located directly across from LA Live
  33. 33. Farmers Field Stadium & Event Center     State-of-the-art event center connected to the Convention Center Privately-funded $1 billion 68,000 seats (expandable to 78,000 for special events) with closable roof Total new Event Center would be 1,700,000 gross SF
  34. 34. Investment in Downtown LA 2000-Present Property Type Project Cost Total Arts & Entertainment $1,343,800,000 Civic & Institutional $2,097,700,000 Commercial $491,000,000 Mixed-Use $4,372,000,000 Residential $5,927,100,000 Figueroa Corridor/Expo Park $1,500,000,000 Grand Total $15,731,600,000 Includes money secured for projects starting or approved for construction through 2012 © Nelson and Sixta
  35. 35. Downtown Los Angeles Campus Options Los AngelesTimes Hearst © Nelson and Sixta
  36. 36. Hearst Building
  37. 37. Times Building
  38. 38. Find Out More: www.downtownlascene.com www.DowntownLA.com www.experiencela.com DowntownLA.com @downtown_la
  39. 39. DOWNTOWN: The Center of it All

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