In Inglewood, construction is complete for the first residential building at the Hollywood Park complex, the sprawling mixed-use development that L.A. Rams owner Stan Kroenke is building around SoFi Stadium.

“We are excited to open The Wesley at Hollywood Park and welcome our first residents,” said Sofi Stadium and Hollywood Park managing director Jason Gannon in a news release. “The intentional, curated design of our residential offering extends Stan Kroenke’s vision to make Hollywood Park a true city within a city and a world-class destination for all to enjoy."

Exterior of The WesleyStephen Magner (c) Hollywood Park

The four-story building, located at 3988 E. Hardy Street, includes 101 residential units in a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans, as well as two-story townhomes. A project website advertises monthly rents as starting at $3,000.

Hart Howerton and TCA Architects led the architecture team for the building, while interiors were designed by Redmond Aldrich Design. The complex has a white stucco exterior, with units featuring nine-foot ceilings, large windows, and plank floors.

The property also features open spaces such as a sun terrace, an outdoor screening area, a pool deck, a rooftop deck, and a fitness center.

Exterior of The WesleyStephen Magner (c) Hollywood Park

The final buildout of Hollywood Park, which is being managed by Wilson Meany, will ultimately include 2,500 total homes, as well as 900,000 square feet of offices, 890,000 square feet of retail space, and a 300-room hotel.

Commercial tenants at Hollywood Park include the NFL Network,, the NFL app, and NFL Redzone, which have leased 290,000 square feet of office space, as well as Sky’s Gourmet Tacos, Cinepolis, and Iconix Fitness.

Interior of The WesleyStephen Magner (c) Hollywood Park

Hollywood Park will eventually be joined by a smaller mixed-use project to the south, centered on a a $1.2-billion arena and entertainment complex which will house the L.A. Clippers directly across Century Boulevard. The City of Inglewood, in the hope of connecting the new sporting venues with rail transit, is also pursuing the construction of a 1.8-mile automated people mover system which would run between the K Line and Hollywood Park.

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