Meet residence 1602, a modern one-bedroom, one-bathroom residence with lots of natural light. The living room features a large open layout creating the ideal space to gather and entertain while taking in the views of the 1.5-acre Skypark. Gather close as you watch the sunset and witness the glittering city lights come to life.

Some of Los Angeles' most celebrated artworks can't be found in galleries or museums, but rather on the streets - specifically in the Arts District! Over 100 murals, sculptures, and stencils can be found scattered along the urban streets of Downtown L.A. on walking tours that last approximately 2 hours. With a real artist and longtime member of the Arts District Community guiding you, you’ll get an inside view into the world of street art, including its history and techniques. Along the way, you will visit other iconic spots such as the ArtShare, The American Hotel, Joel Bloom’s Spot, the former site of Al’s Bar, and the Arts District Brewery. Each of these locations is filled with amazing art and history.

Most importantly, remember to snap away! Visually stunning murals make the perfect addition to your Instagram feed or even a new profile picture. Click here to book your tour for your next available weekend.

In Southern California, most people don't realize it's Fall until they see people wearing boots and flannels holding pumpkin spice lattes. While it may still be 80 degrees outside, the new season has arrived, so enjoy all the best activities Fall has to offer.

Carved at Descanso Gardens
Thousands of carved pumpkins line a 1-mile long path in the Oak Grove and Camellia Forest from October 7th through October 31st. Alongside the pumpkins, oversized sculptures and interactive totems will also be on display. In addition, there will be pumpkin carving demonstrations, a pumpkin house, a hay maze, themed food and beverages, and picnic seating, creating the ambiance of a harvest festival.

Nights of the Jack
Nights of the Jacks returns September 30 to King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas with a 1-mile walking trail illuminated with thousands of hand-carved jack-o-lanterns. With a live pumpkin carver, gift shop, top LA food trucks, the Spookeasy Bar, serving specially crafted Halloween cocktails, and tons of other "Instagrammable" moments, you'll have the full Halloween experience.

Halloween Horror Nights
At Universal Studios, Hollywood, you can scream your way through movie set-quality haunted houses, scare zones, and the Terror Tram. There are numerous Halloween events in the United States, but Halloween Horror Nights is one of the largest. Horror movie fans will love immersive haunted houses, such as The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare. The event is so intense that it comes with a warning not to bring anyone under 13.

Cinespia Cemetery Screenings
After sunset, thousands of people gather at Hollywood Forever Cemetary to view classic Halloween movies projected onto a mausoleum that houses Rudolph Valentino. Attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic basket, blankets, and chairs to enjoy this truly unique experience. The outdoor screenings also feature pre-show DJs, and themed photo booths.