Personal Services in Downtown Los Angeles


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  • Miss Clean Scene
    Dirt never sleeps for the bonded and insured cleaning professionals at Miss Clean Scene. Its technicians operate on a 24/7 basis, ridding residences of dust and grime with precision. Prior to joining the team, all staff members undergo criminal, credit, and reference checks to ensure maximum customer security and satisfaction. During training, they also pass a 100-point cleaning checklist mastery program that allows them to execute cleaning missions with sparkling expertise.
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    520 San Julian St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • King David Garage Door
    King David Garage Door's technicians know that garage doors can break at any time, day or night, so they're available to help frazzled customers 24/7. They replace faulty springs and rollers, swap out door openers, or remove broken garage doors and install new ones for residential and commercial customers. They also perform routine tune-ups to dodge the need for urgent repairs.
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    744 South San Pedro Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Mixtgreens
    Dressing up the traditional sandwich, Mixtgreens is a go-to lunch spot in Los Angeles' Downtown Los Angeles district. Mixtgreens is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. At Mixtgreens, kids of all ages are welcome. Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Mixtgreens' beautiful outdoor seating area. Need a night in? Don't miss out on Mixtgreens' delicious food — you can carry it out to eat at home or have them deliver it straight to you. null Menu items at Mixtgreens tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
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    350 South Grand Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Great West Christmas Trees
    Great West Christmas Trees sources fresh-cut noble firs from a farm in Stayton, Oregon and guarantees that owners will be satisfied with their new festive foliage. Upon arrival on the lot, tree hunters can peruse the extensive lineup of seasonal specimens, where they?ll be able to inspect candidates for shapeliness, fullness, and resemblance to holiday catalogue models. Once they?ve made a selection, they?ll be able to enlist the assistance of the on-hand helpers with affixing the tree to the top of a car for the ride home.
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    653 E 11th St.
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • California Bank and Trust
    As a Marine, Mu’ammar Salamae found the strength to hike 25 miles at high elevations weighed down with 80 pounds of gear and swim for six hours from shoreline to island and back with only a 5-minute break in the middle. He wanted everyone to have similar adventures and feel the same sense of accomplishment, so he started Urban LA Boot Camp to share the training techniques that transformed him. Mu’ammar’s all-outdoor group exercise program runs the gamut from ballet-barre exercise to muay thai kickboxing. On the weekends, he leads endurance runs and hikes, in which participants learn what it’s like to carry heavy gear or an injured sasquatch long distances. He and his instructors also provide one-on-one personal-training sessions and self-defense-focused courses.
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    101 S San Pedro St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Lincoln Systems
    If you've ever stood on the second floor of the Los Angeles Central Public Library and marveled at the explosion of color within the rotunda or the 12 adjacent murals depicting California history, then you have the Los Angeles Conservancy to thank. When the library was scheduled for demolition in the mid-1970s, concerned citizens formed the Conservancy to save the rotunda, the exterior limestone sculptures, and the library's many other architectural treasures. The group finally convinced the City Council to preserve the library in 1983, after years of public discussion, debate, and book-sniffing sit-ins. Ever since, it has advocated for greater Los Angeles's historic sites and educated people about the city's architectural heritage. The Conservancy is responsible for saving and revitalizing landmarks such as the former Cathedral of St. Vibiana, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, and the world’s oldest remaining McDonald’s restaurant. To accomplish its mission, the membership-based nonprofit offers a number of ways people can experience these beautiful and storied places. The Last Remaining Seats series earned a Reader Recommendation for Best Film Series and Best Downtown Event in the Los Angeles Downtown News' 2012 poll, in which the conservancy’s walking tours also earned the title of Best Downtown Tour. But the organization does more than save grandiose public buildings: increasingly, it also focuses on smaller community projects such as garden apartments and sites that reflect the area's rich Latino culture. Executive director and 20-year Conservancy veteran Linda Dishman explained to Patt Morrison of the Los Angeles Times, "People are becoming more vocal. …That's one of the great secrets about Los Angeles: People really identify with their neighborhoods." The Conservancy also presents annual preservation awards to honor the efforts of individuals who fight to save places such as Pann’s Coffee Shop and Griffith Observatory.
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    523 W 6th St
    Los Angeles, CA US

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