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Culver City Arts District

artsdistrict bannersEconomic Development Division staff worked with local businesses to organize the first collaborative project for the newly organized Culver City Arts District.  The project involves the installation of 32, double hung street light banners along Washington Blvd. between Helms and Fairfax Avenues. Economic Development staff collaborated with the members of the Arts District to create a project that would market and promote the unique area, home to numerous art galleries, architecture firms, specialty shops and artisanal restaurants. The banners were designed by members of the Arts District and feature the words “dine, shop and experience.” The banner images reflect detail artwork from four of the eleven participating Culver City art galleries along Washington Blvd. The banner fabrication and installation was funded entirely by members of the Arts District and represents a $9,000 investment in the area. 

The District is continuing to expand and is currently developing a comprehensive website and map which will highlight member businesses such as the art galleries in the area, specialty retail and restaurants as well as other creative office and schools.    Visit www.culvercityartsdistrict.com 

If you have questions about the Arts District BID, please call 310.253.5777 or e-mail elaine.warner@culvercity.org

 

Culver Village

The Culver Village Business District features numerous local, small business products, services and gourmet dining.  More than 50 businesses comprise the district and are located on Sepulveda Blvd. between Culver Blvd. and Franklin Ave.

Culver Village hosts a number of annual events each year including the Halloween Candy Crawl, the Bunny Hop and their summer “Rock and Walk.” For more updated information about business and events, please visit www.shopculvervillage.com.


Lion-fountain-downtown imageDowntown Business Association

The Culver City Downtown Business Association (DBA) is led by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of downtown business and property owners whose purpose is to lead the development of downtown Culver City, while preserving its quality of life for those who live, work and play downtown.

Formed as a marketing organization in 1998, the DBA has expanded its focus to providing a clean, vibrant and well maintained downtown. The DBA continues to seek out new ways to promote the district and continues to strengthen public/private partnerships, while advocating for its over 120 business members.  For more information about business, event and promotions, please visit http://www.downtownculvercity.com.

 

Washington West Business District    washington west taste of

The Washington West Business District (WWBD) is a unique collection of artisan restaurants, creative businesses, and specialty retail and services on the west side of Culver City. The District is generally centered along West Washington Blvd. between Inglewood Avenue and Beethoven Street close to Marina Del Rey. Our diverse restaurants and businesses offer a relaxed urban environment and has attracted the attention of LA Eater, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journals, Fox News, and LA Weekly. For more information, please visit  http://www.washingtonwestbusinessdistrict.com