Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) is the central business district of Los Angeles, California, as well as a diverse residential neighborhood of some 85,000 people, and covers 5.84 sq mi (15.1 km 2). A 2013 study found that the district is home to over 500,000 jobs. 
Downtown Los Angeles is the central business district of Los Angeles, California. It is also a neighbourhood. About 85,000 people live there. It is the part of Los Angeles with the most skyscrapers, including the Wilshire Grand Center and the U.S. Bank Tower. The neighbourhood has an area of about 5.84 square miles (15.1 km 2).
The late-Victorian-era Downtown of Los Angeles grew year by year, around 1880 centered at the southern end of the Los Angeles Plaza area, and over the next two decades, extending south and west along Main Street, Spring Street, and Broadway towards Third Street.
Downtown Los Angeles is the central business destrict o Los Angeles, Californie, as well as a diverse residential neebourheid o some 50,000 fowk. A 2013 study foond that the destrict is hame tae ower 500,000 jobs. A heritage o the ceety's foondin in 1781, Downtown Los Angeles the day is componit o different auries rangin frae a fashion destrict tae a skid row, an it is the hub o the ceety's Metro rapid transit seestem.
Downtown är relativt litet i förhållande till Los Angeles storlek och invånarantal. Området expanderade kraftigt under slutet av 1980- och 1990-talen, men sedan 1995 har antalet arbetande i stadsdelen minskat från 605 000 till 418 000 år 2005.  Bland skyskraporna märks U.S. Bank Tower (1990) och Los Angeles City Hall (1928).
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Union Station is located in the northeastern corner of Downtown Los Angeles, on the property bounded by Alameda Street, Cesar Chavez Avenue, Vignes Street, and the Hollywood Freeway. It is across Alameda Street from L.A.'s historic Olvera Street and El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Park .
- 74 bike rack spaces, 20 locker spaces
- 12 (Amtrak/Metrolink), 2 (Metro L Line), 2 (Metro B/D Lines)