Over the past few years, the cultural epicenter of Los Angeles has started to move further east, in large part due to Downtown L.A. (DTLA). What was once primarily known for being home to Staples Center, skyscrapers, and financial institutions has become an emerging cultural hub for Angelinos. Artists, musicians, and young professionals who found home in the area in the early 2000's started its renaissance. Newly opened boutique hotels, high-end shops, The Broad, and some of L.A.’s most critically acclaimed restaurants in the Arts District have sparked the huge amount of development currently underway. DTLA is quickly becoming L.A.’s hottest neighborhood, and the recent completion of the light-rail Expo Line, which gets people from Santa Monica to Downtown within an hour, has made it even more accessible.