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For a Little Bit of Everything
45. ROW DTLA
From the street, ROW DTLA (more affectionately referred to as the Row) isn’t much to look at. Set foot inside, however, and you’ll see that what was once an enormous turn-of-the-century produce hub for the Southern Pacific Railroad has been reimagined as the ultimate mixed-use project. Situated near the Arts District, the complex may be best known for Smorgasburg, a foodie wonderland held each Sunday in the parking lot. But with 1.3 million square feet of rentable space, the Row is also gradually filling up with retailers, fitness concepts, and, of course, restaurants. Storefronts have been opening on a rolling basis, and you can already stop by vintage purveyor Gossamer, modern furniture outlet A+R, and eccentric giftery Yolk. On the horizon? The first West Coast outpost of NYC’s Shadowbox gym, Ryan and Travis Croxton’s famed Rappahannock Oyster Bar, and Australia’s Paramount Coffee Project.
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