Downtown Los Angeles
Buildings in Downtown Los Angeles
Destined to revolutionize DTLA into a globally renowned place to shop, dine, play, and stay, The Grand will give rise to a new focal point for culture, dining, retail, and living. The Grand marries Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry’s 30-year dream for DTLA with Related’s prolific development legacy of transforming how people live by reimagining where they live. The Grand by Gehry residential tower is a one-of-a-kind collaboration between four creative visionaries.
Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, the Emerson at 225 South Grand Avenue offers luxury rental apartments near some of the city’s biggest attractions like The Disney Concert Hall, MOCA and the Broad Museum, as well as the Financial District. Residents have access to top-notch amenities, such as a rooftop pool and terrace with BBQ grills and a jacuzzi, an on-site pet spa and dog run, a penthouse lounge and game room, and a private fitness center.
Downtown Los Angeles
With world class entertainment, incredible restaurants, thriving nightlife and walkable streets, Downtown LA is experiencing a renaissance. With the city's cultural icons at your doorstep and sweeping views of downtown, The Emerson's luxury rental apartments offer an exceptional combination of location and elevation. Located in the heart of the city's cultural epicenter, steps from The Disney Concert Hall, MOCA and the highly anticipated Broad Museum, this world-class tower is in walking distance to great restaurants, bars and the bustling Financial District. Nearby, Silver Lake offers low-key dining and trendy boutiques with a neighborhood feel. Browse further to explore this exciting new luxury rental property.
Restaurants & Dining
Body: Acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs showcase their master work in the Downtown LA neighborhood, with Agostino Sciandri's Vespaio by Ago at The Emerson and Timothy Hollingsworth's Otium at The Broad.
Arts & Culture
When you live downtown, you're right in the thick of sophisticated cultural offerings, such as operas at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, performances at the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall, or exhibitions at the MOCA or The Broad museums.
Hit The Standard's rooftop pool and bar during the afternoon and take in a Lakers or Clippers game in the evening, or spend a morning wandering the flower market before popping into Equinox to try a hot new workout.