The Architect’s Newspaper recently wrote about the new 388-acre community at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, CA – once one of the leading racetracks in the country. BCV designed the mixed-use town center for the community, including over 600,000 sq. ft. of retail and entertainment buildings at the intersection of Century and Prairie. At the heard of Inglewood, this new village will build on characteristics of the Los Angeles town centers that emerged throughout the basin in the 1920’s and 30’s.
Developed by Wilson Meany and master planned by Mia Lehrer + Associates, other members of the design team include Hart Howerton Architects & Planners, Quatro Design Group, SWA, JCJ and Air Conditioned.
Read more: Hollywood Ending | The Architect’s Newspaper
Rendering courtesy Mia Lehrer + Associates