For as long as we can remember, Downtown has been the odd man out in Los Angeles. While other neighborhoods were given new life (and a Whole Foods Market), Downtown just sat and watched. Like not getting picked for kickball, except this time, gentrification was the name of the game.
But that’s all changed. It started back in 1999 with the Staples Center and now with the passing of new zoning laws, lofts and cafes flow like milk and honey. Sounds great, but there’s only one problem: No one knows. People still think Downtown’s only warehouses and parking lots, but we’re here to change that.
Bunker Hill – Heralding the Rebirth of Downtown Los Angeles. Yup, that’s us and that’s our battle cry. We’re here to spread the word, and the word is Downtown, and the word is good.
Bunker Hill is committed to delivering the finest reviews on Downtown events, restaurants, shops, and more! We’ll have the rest of L.A. green with envy…
(Hollywood, you’ve been warned.)