The post-Recession era has been good to Downtown Los Angeles. The once commercial-only hub has been going through a development boom. In the last six months alone, more than a dozen new projects have started up, most of which will usher in new apartments, restaurants, retail and hospitality—everything but the type of real estate Downtown is used to. 

The L.A. core’s transit connectivity is a big factor in its so-called renaissance. The city has had mass transit infrastructure in place since the 1990s, but a host of economic factors and urban population trends have fueled development around key city transportation points.

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