Do you think L.A live will Bring action to los angles
Let's re-phrase that: Will LA Live bring action to Downtown LA? We have a lot of "action" here in LA--there's Hollywood, the Sunset strip, Venice Beach, Hermosa beach, etc. Yes, definitley, LA Live will be a must-see, go-to place in downtown once completed. Where would 20,000 fans in Staples Center (events are held here 300 days of the year), plus the 15,000 or so conventioneers at the LA Convention Center (150 events a year), 36,000 USC faculty and students, plus the 20,000 or so new residents in the area go when they want some R&R close by? I think LA Live is going to be great and I can't wait!Joey313 said:Do you think L.A live will Bring action to los angles
For some reason I never really liked City Walk. It's a nice outdoor mall, very successful, well planned and interesting but completely removed from the fabric and pulse of our city. It is what it is----another mall and another money making venture for Universal.FROM LOS ANGELES said:LA Live is going to be way better than CityWalk, just an opinion.
Well, why would you pay all that when you can park at a station and ride the Red Line to CityWalk?Ferneynism said:Citywalk is a money maker for Universal. They do have a lot to offer but what's up with the parking situation. Everytime I go the rate is always higher and higher. That's a turn off and your better off heading to the Media Center in burbank. I really hope LA Live doesn't turn out the same way.....
The grove is the same thing as Citywalk. Just not on a hill or next to Universal. I would like to see sometime similar to 3rd St promenade in Downtown. My selection of street would be Hope St from 7th to Olympic. Since not too much activity goes on that street anyway.Westsidelife said:I think we need some "Third Street Promenades" and or "The Groves" in DTLA which seem to be quite successful and attract many.