Experience the New Downtown Los Angeles

“Thanks to an influx of exciting restaurants and bars, as well as the arrival of L.A. Live, Downtown L.A., affectionately called DTLA, is becoming a must-visit neighborhood in Los Angeles, even for Angelenos”. – Condé Nast Traveler

“This renaissance is catching the attention of investors from around the globe who are committing billions of dollars to some of the largest developments ever in Downtown LA, including some much needed retail space.” – Chain Store Age

“People like to be in an area that is exploding, there’s a dynamism you feel, it’s palpable.” – New York Times

“The established and coming new fashion businesses in downtown will work to maintain and enhance L.A.’s identity as the ‘Fashion Capital of the West.’” – Women’s Wear Daily

Interactive Aerial Map

The Collection at Oceanwide Plaza is located in the heart of DTLA's sports and entertainment district.

Click on the image at right for more information on sites near Oceanwide Plaza.

Staples Center

  • 4 million visitors per year
  • 250 events per year
  • Home teams: Lakers, Clippers, Sparks, and Kings
  • Capacity: 19,000
  • www.staplescenter.com

Microsoft Theater

  • Formerly Nokia Theatre L.A. Live
  • Capacity: 7,100
  • Over 120 events per year
  • One of the largest indoor stages in the U.S.
  • 12,000 SF of VIP and hospitality areas
  • www.microsofttheater.com

LA Live

  • Size: 5,600,000 SF of commercial space
  • 21 restaurants and cafes including Tom's Urban, Yard House, Fleming's and Katsuya
  • Home to the Grammy Museum
  • www.lalive.com

J.W. Marriott L.A. Live

Ritz-Carlton Hotel & Residences

The Ritz-Carlton DTLA

Oceanwide Plaza

Oceanwide Plaza
  • Size: 1,488,101 SF
  • Retail Space: 153,000 SF
  • Luxury Condos: 504 Units
  • Park Hyatt Hotel: 184 Rooms
  • Expected Delivery: Q4 2018

LA Convention Center

LA Convention Center
  • More than 2 million visitors annually
  • 350 events hosted annually
  • 720,000 sq. ft. of exhibit hall space
  • 147,000 sq. ft. of meeting room space
  • www.lacclink.com

DTLA Demographic Snapshot

  • 500,000+ daytime population
  • 65,000 residents; projected to grow 30% by 2018
  • $98,000 avg. median household income of residents
  • 66% of residents are ages 23-44
  • 79% of residents have a college degree or higher
  • 19 million annual visitors to DTLA
  • Staples Center: 4 million visitors and 250 events per year
  • LA Convention Center: 2 million visitors and  350 events per year
  • 14.9 million passengers travel through the 7th St./Figueroa Metro station annually
Source: Downtown Center Business Improvement District, 2016 Annual Report

In the Heart of DTLA’s Sports & Entertainment District