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It doesn't really advertise itself from the outside so the entrance may be a bit hard to find, but if you get there there will be a trail of visitors going in- Once inside you can only stay on the ground floor and go up...More
My son and I are fans of the TV show Bosch and Titus Welliver who plays the main character. The guard was very pleasant and informative. It is a beautiful building and worth the stop if you are in the area. It is very close...More
The architecture is amazing! I loved the designs in the building and the way it was built. Apparently this is the last building standing with a stunning architecture. Despite it's limited access to it's first floor only, I still found it worth visiting. It's in...More
Another must-see for LA visitors. This is where they filmed Blade Runner as well as many other Hollywood classics. The architecture is stunning. Only down side is limited access, but you can still get some great photos
It is a very cool and nice architecture building to visit! Its architecture and story makes it a must to see in Downtown LA. However the area where visitors can be is really limited due to the fact that the building works as office premises.
I use to spend time enjoying the architectural design here in the early 70’s. It’s so amazing, the architecture is stunning. The just don’t make buildings like this anymore. It a must see if you’re in LA.
If you are in downtown, I’d love to recommend this 1800s building which holds its very unique historic features. It’s free to enter and you can walk around (although it’s a fairly small space). The elevator was one of the oldest. And the ironworks along...More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
Response from 1flytheskies | Reviewed this property |
The Bradbury building is in Downtown LA, across from the Grand Central Market. The parking is plentiful. Grand Central Market has its own lot, with 400+ parking spots. There is also metered street parking. Google for parking... More
The Bradbury building is in Downtown LA, across from the Grand Central Market. The parking is plentiful. Grand Central Market has its own lot, with 400+ parking spots. There is also metered street parking. Google for parking around the Bradbury; there is no dearth of parking lots.
But as other posters have pointed out, metered parking is not easy to come by, and parking in a lot can be expensive (depending on the lot, day and time). Keep in mind also, that a large number of the streets in downtown are ONE-WAY streets.
Despite LA’s reputation as car-centric city with very little public transport, Downtown LA is well served by the Dash buses. You might want to google for DASH LADOT Transit which will give you the route map of the DASH lines. (Some of the DASH busses do not run on weekends). Search also for LA Metro. There is much to see and do and eat in Downtown LA. Enjoy.
Response from Richard B | Reviewed this property |
No, the entrance that we went in was right off Broadway and was free. Nearby is the Central Market which is also a must see. The Biltmore hotel with beautiful lobby is also about 4 blocks away. We took a Metro bus to the... More
No, the entrance that we went in was right off Broadway and was free. Nearby is the Central Market which is also a must see. The Biltmore hotel with beautiful lobby is also about 4 blocks away. We took a Metro bus to the area.