IN THE HOOD: THE LAST BOOKSTORE IN DTLA

unnamed-1 copy By Kaley Giovinazzo

Built in 1902 as Crocker Bank by John Parkinson, The Last Bookstore on 5th & Spring in DTLA, it is one of the 23 designated historical buildings in the city. After being vacant for 25 years, local LA artists were hired to paint murals inside by the owners. Upstairs is the Spring Arts Collective, where there are eight small galleries and shops along with a tunnel built of books leading to a book labyrinth. This is the ideal place to buy sell and trade books and records in the city.

What: The Last Bookstore
Where: 453 S. Spring Street
When: Monday – Thursday 10 AM – 10 PM, Friday – Saturday 10 AM – 11 PM, Sunday 10 AM – 6 PM
Why: Great selection of used books and records.

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