ensure that your visit to the LA Fashion District is as rewarding as possible, property
owners contribute over $3 million annually to support the LA Fashion District
Business Improvement District (BID). The LA Fashion District BID is a
non-profit organization, dedicated to making the community a clean, safe and
friendly place to work, shop, do business and live through cleaning,
safety and marketing programs. Launched in January, 1996, the LA Fashion
District BID was the first property-based BID in Los Angeles.
A 15-member Board of Directors, consisting of LA Fashion District property owners, administers the management of the BID. A seven-member management team directs the day-to-day operation of BID programs and serves as a liaison for law enforcement, industry associations and city government.
The LA Fashion District BID covers 110-blocks in downtown Los Angeles. General boundaries are from 7th Street (and on Los Angeles Street to 6th Street) to the north, Santa Monica 10-Freeway to the south, Spring and Main Streets to the west and San Pedro Street to the east.