Exchange sits in the historic core of downtown Los Angeles, in what was formerly the Los Angeles Stock Exchange building. The history of the building is maintained throughout, with the lobby sporting four sculpted figures representing Speed (Mercury), Accuracy (the archer), Permanence (a figure contemplating the universe) and Equality (a figure with scales). The old trading floor is now a dancefloor and ancient Near East and Native Indian influences run throughout the architecture details.
Old meets new, now, as these classic influences meet an LED screen with over one million bulbs, a Funktion One Res. III soundsystem, six full-service bars and naturally, all the smart lighting and confetti one could dream of. Add to that additional spaces like the more chill Rockefeller Room or the private Sky Loft, and there is a space tailored for every mood and pocket. This is, essentially, The Wolf of Wall Street’s playing ground in real life. Packing it in, they feature Insomniac’s Awakening Fridays, Inception Saturdays and are also the home to Bassrush DTLA, meaning you’ll find a variety of sounds, from Andy C to Justin Martin.