More housing has come online at the massive Hollywood Park complex now taking shape around SoFi Stadium in Inglewood.

In May 2023, construction was completed for The Wesley at 3988 E. Hardy Street, which features 101 apartments a short walk from the home of the NFL's Rams and Chargers. Eight months later, work is now complete for The Crosby, a larger 213-unit complex located next door at 3998 E. Hardy Street.

Common area at The CrosbyKevin Korczyk

“Building on the success of The Wesley, our first residential building, we’re excited to offer a sister property that complements and enhances the overall community that continues to take shape at Hollywood Park,” said Kroenke Holdings president Otto Maly in a news release. “With access to public parks, a weekly farmers' market, world-class live entertainment, and local family business retailers, it’s a destination like no other in Los Angeles, and we look forward to welcoming our new residents.”

The apartments come in a blend of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts, with amenities including a clubroom, a rooftop deck, a pool, a fitness center, and a screening room. A leasing website indicates that rents start at $3,311 per month and range as high as $6,700 per month.

As with The Wesley, Hart Howerton and TCA Architects led the architecture team for the building which has a white stucco exterior. Kenneth Brown served as interior designer.

Hollywood Park, billed as the largest mixed-use development underway on the West Coast, will eventually feature as many as 2,500 total homes, a 300-room hotel, and offices.

View of SoFi Stadium from The CrosbyKevin Korczyk

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 in the retail space.

The apartments sit a short walk north of the $1.2-billion arena and entertainment complex which will eventually the L.A. Clippers at Prairie Avenue and 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 1.6-mile automated people mover system which would run between the K Line and Hollywood Park.

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