Us and our neighborhood
The Hoxton, Downtown LA is our fourth spot in North America and our second on the West Coast—we’re stoked to lay some roots in sunny Southern California.
Built in the early 1920s in the Beaux-Arts style, The Hoxton, DTLA’s home was originally the headquarters of the old LA Railway streetcar company. Much like DTLA, the story of the building is one of continual renovation and reimagining—it went on to house garment manufacturers, a candy shop, a restaurant and a grocery store, rooftop film sets and a 1940s radio tower.
Sat where DTLA’s South Park neighbourhood meets the Fashion District and Broadway’s Historic Core, you’ll find us in a vibrant, evolving urban epicenter home to pockets of creatives, long-time LA locals and a host of new developments.
We’ve got a dizzying mix of places to explore. From rows of galleries, performance venues and budding restaurants to the Fashion and Flower Districts, famous food halls and the emerging sneaker row—everything we love in the city is right on our doorstep.