Roses & Lemon DTLA 2019 Awards Will Honor New Office, Retail, Restaurant, Residential and Hotel Developments
The Downtown Breakfast Club Will Also Bestow One Bitter ‘Lemon’
The Downtown Breakfast Club on Thursday, April 11, 2019, will give ‘Rose’ Awards to new office, residential, hotel and retail developments, plus new restaurants and bars, at the annual Roses and Lemon Awards Breakfast at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel.
The DBC will give a critical “Lemon” a place or problem that needs fixing. Each year, the DBC celebrates Downtown’s best new entertainment and development, while calling-out as a Lemon for improvement.
In addition to its development-based awards, DBC will bestow special Rose Garden awards to “places, events or designs that enhance the quality of life Downtown.”
The DBC mission is to encourage the orderly growth of Downtown Los Angeles. This year’s event is co-chaired by Laurie Michelle Stone and Jean-Guy Poitras, with DBC President Mike Savage.
Among the winners at last year’s Roses and Lemon Awards Breakfast was the Freehand Hotel. This year, three new hotels are competing in the “Heads in Beds” category. Winners will be announced Thursday, April 11 at Millennium Biltmore Hotel.
Taking the Rose in 2018 was Freehand Hotel, developer Sydell Group’s unique California take on a European-style hostel.
This year, three new hotels are competing in the “Heads in Beds” category. Winners will be announced Thursday, April 11 at Millennium Biltmore Hotel.
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About The Downtown Breakfast Club
The Downtown Breakfast Club is an organization of professionals whose main purpose is to recognize, foster and encourage the orderly and planned growth of Downtown Los Angeles. The group consists of individual representatives from non-competing fields of all major development— real estate, banking, international investment, architects & engineers, urban planners, investment brokers, insurance development organizations and governmental agencies. Meeting on a bi-monthly basis, the group maintains a profile of current business activity through featured guest speakers as recruited by its members. This type of professional interface encourages and supports sound principles of developing a better quality of life for Downtown Los Angeles.