The Latest on Los Angeles' Hollywood Park Development

New photos and renderings show the Inglewood Stadium construction and future plans for the 300-acre multi-use project.

September 26, 2018, 2:00 PM PDT

By Camille Fink


Stadium construction at Hollywood Park

Column-sitter / Wikimedia Commons

Construction continues on Inglewood Stadium in Los Angeles, set to open in 2020 and previously the site of the Hollywood Park racetrack. New images by Hunter Kerhart include a 360-degree shot from the interior of the facility.

In addition to the stadium, the project will include commercial space – three office buildings, a shopping district, and a hotel – as well as residential units, a park, and a lake. Renderings on the Hollywood Park website depict these other projects, scheduled for completion about the same time as the stadium.

The city of Inglewood is also considering a people mover to connect the stadium to a Crenshaw Line light rail station currently in the works, says Steven Sharp.

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