What’s good in DTLA?

Here you’ll find everything you need to know about your city, from hidden gems to trending hotspots.

Day Trips You Can Walk To

Couple walking down city street, looking at something off to the side

Finding ways to spend a weekend afternoon is easy when you live at our brand new apartments in DTLA.

When you live in LA, taking a day trip usually means fighting the traffic. But not when you live at Axis on Twelfth or Axis on Eleventh.

At our brand new apartments in DTLA, there are entire worlds to explore just steps from your front door. From funky spaces to art spaces to open spaces, downtown LA has it all. And that makes it easy to enjoy a weekend afternoon.

When you live at Axis on Twelfth or Axis on Eleventh, you can experience:


The Broad

221 S Grand Ave | thebroad.org

If contemporary art is your thing, The Broad is where you have to go. Currently exhibiting two of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms as well as a huge variety of other artworks, you could spend a whole day immersed in the new, the strange, and the revelatory.


The Last Bookstore

453 S Spring St | lastbookstorela.com

Quickly becoming one of the most famous bookstores in America, The Last Bookstore is a reader’s paradise, filled with new and used books and possessed of a quirky spirit that will make you want to stay all day.


books at The Last Bookstore

The Bradbury Building

304 S Broadway | laconservancy.org/locations/bradbury-building

Made famous by movies like Blade Runner, this 100+ year-old masterpiece of interior architecture is worth a visit for anyone who appreciates dramatic, light-filled spaces.


Grand Park

200 N Grand | grandparkla.org

New York has Central Park and LA has Grand Park, a 12-acre retreat in the heart of downtown, where you can stroll past fountains, enjoy a picnic, and relax on a beautiful day. The park regularly hosts events, so you’ll never know what music, art, or food experience you might be lucky enough to encounter.



800 W Olympic Blvd | grammymuseum.org

If you love music, you’ll surely enjoy the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live. A combination of exhibits and interactive experiences, the Grammy Museum immerses you in the history of modern music, and the award that has defined it.


Grand Central Market

317 S Broadway | grandcentralmarket.com

DTLA’s famous and popular food hall is just the place to stop for lunch during your wanderings. Browse by produce vendors and pick up a bite to eat from any of a wide variety of vendors, including Eggslut, Kismet Falafel, Horse Thief BBQ, and Belcampo Meats.



250 S Grand Ave | moca.org

Featuring a premier collection of contemporary art stretching from the 1940s to today, LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art (or MOCA) is a fantastic place to wander and experience some of the great artworks—known and unknown—of the last 75 years.


LA Arts District

West of the LA River, South of the San Bernardino Freeway | artsdistrictla.org

Art galleries, breweries, local eats, and funky shops come together to create a neighborhood so unique, you’ll need to visit several times to experience it all.

Lease Now and Make the DTLA Life Your Life

We’ve just scratched the surface of all the things you can do on a weekend afternoon in downtown LA. It’s an incredible place to live, but if you want to make it your home, you’ll need to move fast. Our brand new apartments in DTLA won’t be available forever. So stop by today and, when you sign a lease at Axis on Eleventh or Axis on Twelfth, you can start planning your move-in—and all the things you’ll do when you get here.

    1200 South Broadway Street,
    Los Angeles, CA 90015
    1100 South Hill,
    Los Angeles, CA 90015
    1200 South Broadway Street,
    Los Angeles, CA 90015