Downtown used to be the infamous Bunker Hill.
The historic home of Los Angeles mobsters & the underground elite.
An area of the city with roots in Hollywood film noir and beyond.
“Bunker Hill was purchased for $51 and re-architected for a then-whopping $95,000.”
KEN KENNY, LA MAYOR
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You can drink in a Prohibition-era power plant.
Now a beloved 1920s bar and club in what seems like decor, but is a true relic.
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Dodger stadium is built on land teeming with Mexican history.
The area was once home to the most populous Mexican community in the city.
It’s hard to imagine Los Angeles without the stadium, which now plays neighbor to bustling and diverse Eastside neighborhoods and families.