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A Callejones De Los Angeles

A Callejones De Los Angeles

Callejones De Los Angeles:

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Callejones de Los Angeles or the streets in downtown LA is a bustling all-day shopping adventure. Callejones is known for being the most intense shopping destination in LA, with the most famous stores in the city. You will find the most variety of merchandise in LA here, from apparel, to designer shoes, to electronics, to any other fashion, food and souvenir hunters crave.

Center

About: The Fashion District consists of street level stores that specializes in wholesale and retail that includes women and men wear, kids clothing, shoes, accessories, purses, etc. It’s the center of L.A. fashion industry where you can find more than 2,000 independently-owned stores. You can find brands like Holy Grail, Nice Kicks and Urban Outfitters to brand name knock-offs. However, most stores are for wholesale buyers so you might need re-seller’s permit. Though there are over 1,000 stores that sell to the public at discounted prices. Also, you will find L.A Flower District and the ever so popular Santee Alley.

The LA Fashion District is broken down into various subsections (you can see the breakdown of the district here), the most popular of these being The Santee Alley. Often referred to as “a bargain hunter’s paradise”, The Santee Alley is an actual alley lined with over 150 stores selling apparel and accessories for the entire family, electronics and electronic accessories, handbags and luggage, and more. It is located in the heart of the Fashion District and the majority of the district’s retail vendors are centered around it.

In fact the alley, or “Los Callejones” as it’s referred to by our Spanish-speaking visitors, is deeply rooted in the wholesale businesses. Though it is now primarily focused on retail, the area where the Santee Alley is located used to be the center of the Los Angeles fashion wholesale industry. The wholesale vendors would bring out their overstock items on the weekends and sell them to the public through their backdoor. The weekend sales became so popular, the alley became a full time retail destination open 7 days a week, 365 days a year including holidays!

District

Callejones de Los Angeles or known as the alleys is referring to the bustling Santee Alley located at the Fashion District in Downtown LA. The Fashion District is about 107 blocks of stores that range from selling fashion wear, jewlery, flowers, textiles, and fabrics to food. It is a shoppers paradise that welcomes businesses looking for wholesale or just the average shopper. If you a tourist looking for souvenirs to a local looking for something to do or shop, you will be impressed with the amount of things to see, eat, and buy.

About: The Fashion District consists of street level stores that specializes in wholesale and retail that includes women and men wear, kids clothing, shoes, accessories, purses, etc. It’s the center of L.A. fashion industry where you can find more than 2,000 independently-owned stores. You can find brands like Holy Grail, Nice Kicks and Urban Outfitters to brand name knock-offs. However, most stores are for wholesale buyers so you might need re-seller’s permit. Though there are over 1,000 stores that sell to the public at discounted prices. Also, you will find L.A Flower District and the ever so popular Santee Alley

The LA Fashion District BID states that it "has pioneered a collaborative effort among area stakeholders that continues to foster a clean, safe, and vibrant environment for everyone who experiences the district. We are promoting increased business activity, enhancing property values, and attracting further investment in the area.". It is 1 of 9 BIDs in Downtown LA and 1 of over 40 BIDs in the City of Los Angeles. A binding assessment levied on property owners funds BID activities, and a 15-member Board of Directors elected by district property owners oversees the organization.

It is located in the heart of the Fashion District and the majority of the district’s retail vendors are centered around it. Discounts in the alley range from 30% to 70% off full retail prices. Some vendors also carry brand name clothing and shoes, including athletic wear such as Nike, Converse, Puma, Jordans, etc.

 

 

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