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Bunker Hill is a region in the Downtown Los Angeles area. This area was once a predominantly commercial community, but a recent trend toward new urbanism has resulted in many old buildings being converted to residential apartments and condominiums. More services for locals have become available and revitalization of the area has taken place. Currently, there are several landmarks in the neighborhood including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Los Angeles Public Library. There are also many hotels catering to visitors working in the downtown area and tourists to the area. 

Many restaurants cafes, pubs, and trendy eateries have sprung up. Some restaurants in the area may have outdoor seating that allows dogs, so check with your local establishments to see if your canine companion can join you on the patio for happy hour! Outdoor dining and activity in the area are popular as California's warm sunny weather makes outside activities enjoyable year around.

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Bunker Hill was a hill that separated downtown Los Angeles from communities to the west. However, the elevation of the hill was lowered, and the area leveled in the middle of the 20th century to allow for redevelopment.  Some remnants of Bunker Hill's historic terrain exist, including the Angels Flight Funicular and a few leftover retaining walls. This area is now a highly urban landscape with high rises and buildings providing commercial space, offices, and residences.

While this highly developed urban neighborhood features streetscape mostly typical of a large city's downtown area, there are some curving roads, historical features, and unique buildings in the area. The neighborhood also has little natural landscaping and lots of concrete, so be aware that you will need to be equipped to clean up after your dog on walks and you may want to protect his feet from hard surfaces and hot pavement with doggie boots.
Greenways in Bunker Hill
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There are several parks in and around Bunker Hill that provide green space for locals with pets to enjoy.  The largest of these, Grand Park, also features a dog park. Unique for a downtown urban area, this 12-acre park sits between Los Angeles City Hall and the Los Angeles Music Center. There are plenty of pedestrian greenways in this tree-shaded park. The park also features a fountain, open lawns, courtyards, and night-lighting so residents can enjoy the park at night.  This is excellent news if you want to walk your dog through the park late in the evening after work!

The Civic Center Dog Park is associated with this park and provides a dog-friendly area for your pup to really romp. Also located in Bunker Hill in the smaller Pershing Square Park, this park occupies a city block and is mostly paved with some trees, public artworks, and a concert stage that hosts local concerts and events.
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