November 18, 2016
The $2.6-billion Los Angeles Rams Stadium, a centerpiece of the nearly 300-acre sports and entertainment district in Inglewood, CA, reached a key construction milestone. Team owner and real estate developer Stan Kroenke gathered with development team executives, NFL executives and players, public officials and more than 100 guests to officially commemorate the moment with a ceremonial groundbreaking.
The 70,240-seat indoor/outdoor roofed stadium anchors a massive mixed-use project that includes 300 hotel rooms, 645,000 square feet of retail and office space, 3,000 residential units, a performance venue and a water feature. Hollywood Park Land Company, a joint-venture between San Francisco-based Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group, commenced site work on the project more than a year ago.
Designed by architect HKS, the stadium is being built on the former site of the Hollywood Park horse racing track, and is scheduled to open for the 2019 NFL season.
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