Los Angeles County has the most residents per county in the entire country.
The city contains 88 communities, populated by the average highly educated 34 years old. With the highest growing job opportunities in biomed and health aids, occupation in 2014 is predicting growths in carpenters and brickworks in order to accommodate for the cities expansion.
Once a home for the wealthy,
the historical neighborhoods of Bunker Hill and Financial Downtown LA, have always had an explicit past; times of luxury as well as deficit. The area was first built by private investors and maintained its exclusive aura until the post-war, when most of the area was flattened and redeveloped. From the 1950’s until the present, Los Angeles built some of the tallest buildings in the area, part of the longest redevelopment project in Los Angeles history. With a new skyscraper finalized every year, Bunker Hill quickly became the part of the city with the highest density, hosting 22400 people per square mile. Today Bunker Hill and the Financial district home to most of the city’s Financial, Insurance, Accounting, Law, and Utilities companies. Even though the properties in Bunker Hill rank among the premier office assets in LA, many still suffers from a high vacancy rate. It is as if the area had hit a standstill, keeping streets far from the creative glory of the past. With a prime location and high density, Bunker Hill has become a lucrative location to hack. With most buildings passive, the opportunity lies in multi-property office spaces, with a more diverse activity-based experience, injecting culture and entertainment both for the users and for the surrounding downtown area.