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Looking to unwind after a tough day at work? Searching for fast, amazing fare to satisfy your foodie cravings? Planning a non-cliche date night? Whatever your Downtown LA dilemma, the city’s oldest food hub has your back. Historic Core

Looking to unwind after a tough day at work? Searching for fast, amazing fare to satisfy your foodie cravings? Planning a non-cliche date night? Whatever your Downtown LA dilemma, the city’s oldest food hub has your back.
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Spring street already has a lot to offer in terms of retail, nightlife, and restaurants, but bringing offices into the mix will fill a void.
Learn more about what The Trust Building will be bringing to the DTLA table with its re-opening Summer 2018, via Curbed LA.

The Spring Street stunner, rechristened the Trust Building, is getting a deep clean outside and a total overhaul inside.
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Have you checked out Grand Central Fridays?
Every Friday, dublab brings its soundsystem and collective of DJs to Grand Central Market to provide tunes to get the weekend and evening started

dublab brings its soundsystem and collective of DJs to Grand Central Market to provide tunes to get the weekend and evening started. Enjoy DJ sets along with food and drinks in a fun, upbeat atmosphere with the classic sounds from the wide musical map dublab is known for exploring. Whether it’s mo...
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The Title Insurance Building is a historical gem that we are delighted to be returning to truly Class-A, trophy status for today’s most productive tenants.

Read more about what Lionstone CEO Jane Page and the L.A. Downtown News has to say about The Trust Building.

Four years ago, plans were announced to turn the Title Insurance Building into condominiums. That never happened, and now the 11-story structure at 433 S. Spring St. has been sold,
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'The Rising Realty project marks a milestone for the historic core – once an office hub that declined as businesses left for the suburbs and new high-rises on Bunker Hill...'

Read more of the L.A. Times article!

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Slated as a 'Project to Watch in 2018' by L.A. Downtown News, the team behind The Trust Building is excited part of a major developmental shift in L.A.'s downtown and historic districts.

By Eddie Kim, Jon Regardie and Nicholas Slayton | LAdowntownnews.com Nelson and Christopher Rising, who breathed new life into the low-slung Financial District office complex Park DTLA, and later transformed the One Bunker Hill edifice into the shiny and restored CalEdison, are at it again. T
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One of the many perks of being part of the DTLA and Historic Core, is all the amazing food (and food TRUCK) options!

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, an eclectic mix of food trucks converge on Olive Court for easy access for jurors, local employees, and all park users. Learn more today!

Every TUES, WED and THURS from 11am-2pm, come into the sunshine and enjoy everyone’s favorite time of the workday – the mighty lunch. Trucks will be parked on Olive Court (between Grand and Hill) and the Marketplace (between Spring and Broadway in front of City Hall) with easy access for jurors,...
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The Historic Core is already one of L.A.’s epicenters of creative culinary arts, nightlife, and culture. Cultivating more office space of this scale enables our neighborhood to blossom into a mature, fully-developed urban environment.

Read more of the Los Angeles Magazine!

A first look at Spring Street’s largest restoration project
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We love Tuesdays in DTLA. Why? Because Taco Tuesday at Mezcalero DTLA! Enjoy $3 tacos and half off agave spirits until Midnight!

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High-speed elevators, electrical ventilation and other state-of-the-art technologies of the day were just a few of the amenities implemented by the Trust’s architectural team, Parkinson & Parkinson. They even consulted with Dr. Ford Carpenter, a meteorologist from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, who built a scale model of the structure’s design and placed it on-site, to help determine how shadows from neighboring buildings would affect the site. Using the data he collected, specialized materials were used in order to maximize the use of natural light while minimizing heat and the need for climate control within the building. Cutting-edge technologies set within a timeless art deco environment are what make the Trust Building one of Los Angeles’ most classic and unique edifices to this day.

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Have you been to the Historic Downtown Farmers Market, located right here in the Historic Core? With the highest concentration of residents in Downtown LA, all coming from a vibrant array of backgrounds, the Market is a beautiful reflection of our community’s diversity. Happening every Sunday from 9am-2pm!

Farmers Market INFORMATION Hours Every SUNDAY 9:00am until 2:00pm Location 5th street — between Broadway and Spring Street. 2 blocks from Pershing Sq Station. '); google.maps.event.addListener(marker_map_5a16060b00e72, 'click', function() { infowindow.open(map_map_5a16060b00e72,marker_map_5a16060b...
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“Perhaps the last domino to fall in the rebirth of Spring Street…the building [now] stands at the eye of the storm in a changing Downtown Los Angeles.”
Read the recent Urbanize article here: http://bit.ly/2yoFBK1

The $40-million renovation of the Title Insurance Building has made its most visible signs of progress yet, with the addition of a protective scaffolding along the perimeter of the building.
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Completed in 1928, it took less than two years and 2,500 tons of Los Angeles-made steel for the father-and-son architect team of John and Donald Parkinson to design and construct the Trust Building as it is known today. The ultra-modern 11-story, 300,000 square-foot office building would become known as the “Queen of Spring Street” during its heyday, housing Title Insurance and Trust Company’s 750 employees for the next 47 years. After changing hands a number of times over the decades – existing as Design Center of Los Angeles in the early 1980s, and housing the Los Angeles Central Library for a short period thereafter – the Art Deco structure is now being restored to its original architectural elegance, with a number of contemporary improvements.

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“This next chapter of The Trust Building will be its most exciting yet, standing as a relic of DTLA’s illustrious past and a symbol of its vibrant future.”
Read LA Mag’s write-up on the bright future of the Historic Core.

A first look at Spring Street’s largest restoration project
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E.W. Sargent -- Widely known as the “Father of land titles” in Los Angeles at the turn of the century, Edwin W. Sargent was the founder of the original Title Insurance and Trust Company. His institution, established in 1894, was originally located at 5th and Spring streets (now known as the Rowan building) and held record of over one million land parcels in Southern California. Due to a continued real estate boom in the region at the time, a larger facility was required for t...he Trust Company, prompting construction of a new headquarters just a short distance away – to what is known today simply as the Trust Building – at 433 S. Spring Street. E.W. Sargent is still recognized today for helping bring order to the ‘real estate chaos’ that plagued the region at the time and for playing an intrinsic role in the development of L.A. and its surrounding areas. The Trust Building still stands as a bold testament to his work and his company’s historic strength.

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