Hollywood Park Redevelopment Preps for Construction Nearly 300 acres of hotels, apartments, offices, parks and an NFL stadium

The removal of two of Hollywood Park’s landmark freeway signs signals that the planned redevelopment of the former racetrack has is on the cusp of begining material construction.

The sprawling project site – bounded by Century Boulevard, Prairie Avenue and Pincay Drive – will be converted by real estate firms Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group over the next decade into a mixed-use neighborhood featuring some 3,000 residential units, 620,00 square feet of stores and restaurants, a 300-key hotel and 25 acres of public parks.  The 298-acre property – larger than the entirety of Disneyland – would function as a second downtown for the City of Inglewood. Continu to read