DCBID

AcronymDefinition
DCBIDDowntown Center Business Improvement District (Los Angeles, CA)
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The DCBID and major hotels in Downtown Los Angeles have created attractive, holiday-themed travel packages for vacationers interested in making the most of their holiday dollars, while immersing themselves in the vast amount of culture, entertainment and exclusive shopping opportunities available in Downtown L.
According to a recently published DCBID study, over 6,500 residential units and 32 commercial structures and public facilities have been rehabilitated or built new since 1999.
For complete tour descriptions, schedules, and registration information on any of the business walking tours, please log onto the DCBID Web site at http://www.
The new title is a reflection of his hard work and dedication to DCBID, as well as his commitment to furthering the company's goal of establishing Downtown Los Angeles as the location of choice for world-class businesses and residential living.
Through new and aggressive programs in public safety, maintenance, marketing and communication, and business retention and recruitment, the DCBID has truly put Downtown Los Angeles on the map for businesses, residents, and tourists, and we are poised to accomplish even more over the next five years.
As Director of Economic Development, Bastian will oversee the business and residential recruitment efforts for the DCBID, furthering the organization's goal of establishing the Downtown Center District as the location of choice for world class businesses and residential living.
For more information on scheduling a guided Angel Walking Tour, interested participants can call the DCBID Service Center at (213) 624-2425.
For more information on this event, please call the DCBID Marketing Department at (213) 624-2146, or visit the DCBID website a www.
Yet another sign that the exciting growth and revitalization taking place in Downtown Los Angeles continues," said Carol Schatz, president and CEO of the DCBID.
In a recent Business Improvement District (BID) survey conducted by The Los Angeles Business Journal, the DCBID ranked Number One as the largest BID in the L.