It's the end of the year, which means it's time once again to pick Los Angeles's Neighborhood of the Year and award that shiny jpeg, the Curbed Cup. Voting starts later this month, but before it can begin, we need your input on which neighborhoods were the most happening this year. Which neighborhoods shook off the downturn and came back with new (or revived) developments, new businesses, new bars, new parks, and other signs of life? Who should join the illustrious ranks of the Historic Core (Curbed Cup 2007), Culver City (CC 2008), and Hollywood (CC 2010)?
Leave your nominations in the comments or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and don't forget to let us know why your pick was the biggest mover and shaker this year. From there, we'll vote in a bracket-style tournament to pick the ultimate winner. Nominate away!
UPDATE: Any neighborhood (or city) in greater Los Angeles is eligible. Downtown neighborhoods should be nominated individually.
· Hollywood Takes Curbed Cup, Named Neighborhood of the Year [Curbed LA]