The Wesley at Hollywood Park has opened its doors to residents in the Inglewood community. The residences are a component of the expansive Hollywood Park complex, which L.A. Rams owner Stan Kroenke is developing surrounding SoFi Stadium.
101 residential apartments are housed in the four-story structure at 3988 E. Hardy Street. The apartments include a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom as well as two-storey townhomes.
The building’s outside is made of white stucco, while the apartments inside have nine-foot ceilings, big windows, and plank floors. Hart Howerton and TCA Architects directed the building’s architecture team. On the other hand, Redmond Aldrich Design was in charge of designing the interiors.
The Wesley at Hollywood Park has open areas like a rooftop deck, a fitness facility, and a sun terrace. Additionally, there is an outdoor screening room and a pool deck. A 300-room hotel, 900,000 square feet of offices, and 890,000 square feet of retail space are a part of the development.
Plans also call for 25 acres of open space, with the six-acre man-made lake at the base of SoFi Stadium taking center stage.
Speaking on the project, Jason Gannon, managing director, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park said, “We are eager to open and introduce our first tenants at The Wesley at Hollywood Park.”
The tenants include The NFL Network, NFL.com, the NFL app, and NFL Redzone who have collectively leased 290,000 square feet of office space. Other tenants include Sky’s Gourmet Tacos, Cinepolis, and Iconix Fitness.
About Hollywood Park
The park is located about six miles off the coast, a short distance from LAX and the City of Inglewood’s future Crenshaw/LAX Line.
The urban mixed-use development spans nearly 300 acres, making it the largest of its kind under construction in the Western United States. It features new sophisticated residences, in addition to public parks, a lake, and premier entertainment venues. Furthermore, it is anchored by an 890,000-square-foot retail area and is surrounded by creative office space.
Moreover, the mixed-use development is all linked by walkable paseos and plazas. It is centered around the newly completed 3.1 million-square-foot SoFi Stadium, one of Los Angeles’ most striking architectural structures.