Despite its directly-next-to-Downtown location, Mid-City manages to feel strikingly suburban. The exclusivity of mid-century Mid-City transformed into a come-one-come-all attitude that is as equally celebrated in the neighborhood's comedy clubs as it is in its corner stores. For quiet palm-tree promenades, Mid-City is the place to be. If you're eager to explore LA's notoriously late-night after-after party offerings, you'll have to take the bus.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
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...Centrally located near the I-10 freeway and public transportation, including a bus-line to Downtown Los Angeles and the newly opened Expo light rail."
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Rob is an editorial & commercial art photographer based in LA. On a recent assignment to South Africa with Ghetto Film School, he documented student filmmakers. On the Airbnb project, Rob says: “I love exploring the City of Angels. The other day, I photographed in pouring rain, thinking the worst, but ended up with some of my best shots. The people I meet on a daily basis amaze me."