Hollywood Park and the City of Champions
The 298-acre City of Champions will evolve over time on the site of the former Hollywood Park Racetrack. It is centrally located within the larger Los Angeles Region, within minutes of the LA International Airport and adjacent to The Forum. We planned a new city in Inglewood organized by a 25 acre open space network linking internal neighborhoods and the local context to a 10-acre central park and lake.
The walkable mixed-use city is comprised of 2,500 residential units, 780,000 square feet of offices, 890,000 square feet of retail and restaurants, a 300 room hotel and a 6,000 seat entertainment venue, along with a 80,000 seat stadium for the NFL Rams. The City of Champions will transform the area and become an urban center, one of a handful of important gathering places regionally. It will also be an impressive vista against the back drop of Downtown LA and the Santa Monica Mountains for travelers landing on more than 1,500 flights per day at LAX.
The City of Champions will be an impressive vista against the back drop of Downtown Los Angeles and the Santa Monica Mountains travelers landing at LAX.
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Retail, Restaurants, and Hotel
Retail, dining, entertainment, hotel, office and residential uses merge together in the heart of the City of Champions at Lake Park, with a view of the new stadium across and reflected in a stepped 5-acre lake.
Central Park and Lake
A 5-acre manmade lake, which serves as part of the storm water management of the City of Champions development, is the key feature of the 10-acre central park. The surrounding open space, trails and hardscape are part of a larger 25-acre interconnected open space network available to visitors and residents.
Entertainment, Special Events, and Stadium
The cascading water levels of the feature lake provide a dramatic foreground and setting to the number of special events envisioned at the City of Champions.
Arroyo Park, one of the legs of the propeller shaped open space network, collects local water runoff, filtering and eventually spilling cleaned storm water into the feature lake of Lake Park. Arroyo Park is the central feature to a residential neighborhood comprised of stacked flats, townhouses and some single family within a few minutes’ walk of the stadium complex and mixed-use center across the lake.
Along the eastern border of the City of Champions, incorporating an existing bluff, Bluff Park is a neighborhood open space with recreation facilities, hike and bike trails, lawn areas and a dog run.
City of Champions
Hollywood Park will serve as an urban center for Inglewood and South Bay, becoming an important living and entertainment place for the region.