The Historic Core of Los Angeles is located between 3rd Street on the north, Olympic Blvd. on the south, Los Angeles St. on the east, and Hill St. on the west. Some maps extend the area farther to the north along Main Street and to the west to S. Grand Avenue. The Historic Core is west of Little Tokyo and east of the Financial District, and it overlaps with several other neighborhoods such as the Jewelry District, Gallery Row, the Old Bank District, and the Fashion District. There are many older buildings that retain their original style but have been renovated into modern lofts and condominiums- Higgins Building, Douglas Building, Rowan Lofts, Cornell Building, Eckardt Building, Textile Building, Pan American, and the El Dorado Lofts. Also located in the area is The Eastern Columbia Building which is widely considered to be the greatest surviving example of Art Deco architecture in the city, and many of these buildings have been designated by the city as Historic Cultural Monuments. A Farmer’s Market, established in 2012, opens every Sunday from 9:00-2:00pm 2 blocks from Pershing Square Station, adjacent to the Spring Street bike lane, and accessible from numerous bus routes from all over the city. The Orpheum Theater underwent extensive renovation and now premieres major movies and hosts celebrity events, fashion shows, concerts, and plays.
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