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In addition to being a mecca for stylish hotels and exciting boutiques, Downtown Los Angeles is quickly becoming a go-to for health and wellness. Peace Yoga Gallery and Sustain Juicery will soon be in great company, thanks to a new vegan lifestyle concept space called The Springs.
Designed by badass architects Catherine Johnson and Rebecca Rudolph of Design, Bitches (yes, that is the name of their firm and yes, it's awesome), the 13,000-square-foot hub in DTLA's Arts District will feature a juice bar, a raw vegan restaurant, a yoga studio and an organic wine bar.
Owners Jared Stein and Kimberly Helms reveal that their project is "a multi-faceted Urban Oasis cultivating health, wellness, sustainability and community. Creating a hub for health-conscious consumers, wellness-seekers, and foodies, The Springs is an eco-vegan-mind-body-one-stop-shop." The Springs is set to open this year.
· The Springs [Official Site]
· Vote! What is LA's Best Yoga Studio? [Racked]
· Mapped! The Ultimate Guide to LA's Best Juice Bars [Racked]
· Vegan Center Planned for Arts District [LA Downtown News]