METRO ANNOUNCES STATION ART WORKSHOPS FOR ARTISTS Metro Art will be holding local workshops for artists seeking Metro station art commissions. Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to attend one of the workshops and apply to be qualified for upcoming project selection. The Regional Connector Stations,...Read More
The Department of City Planning will be hosting an Interactive Workshop to discuss the future of the Arts District. Stakeholders are encouraged to attend and help shape future development in the neighborhood on Thursday, February 27 from 7 - 9 PM at SCI Arc. (More...Read More
A celebration of the sounds of the Atomic Café and its successors on First & Alameda Streets in Little Tokyo before this uniquely LA arts space gets demolished to make way for a new light rail station. Atomic Nancy will be spinning all the old...Read More
Heat-related deaths and illness are preventable, yet annually many people succumb to extreme heat. An important goal of this web site is to provide easily accessible resources for members of the public, local health departments and other organizations, assisting ongoing outreach efforts to...Read More
This Wednesday, April 17th, at 6:30pm, there will be a meeting to address community concerns over the bar being proposed on Traction by developer Cedd Moses. This is an important opportunity for the neighborhood to voice it's support or opposition to the new business. We...Read More
Urban Radish Partners with Creative Space and Linear City to Repurpose Warehouse for Farm Fresh Community Market
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Los Angeles, CA – December 11, 2012 – Urban Radish, the farm fresh community market set to debut in Downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District, announced today that it broke ground on construction. Urban Radish partnered with Creative Space, an integrated development and marketing firm specializing in transforming buildings and places into “housing” for today’s most innovative businesses and brands, and Linear City, the real estate developer known for renovating some of the Arts District’s most iconic buildings, to bring their vision of an eco-friendly, urban market concept to life.