Hollywood Park, the largest urban mixed-use mega development under construction in the Western United States, has unveiled its first collection of residences located in its forthcoming retail and entertainment district. Hollywood Park is situated within Inglewood and is being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke. The site will ultimately include up to 2,500 new residences with its first 314 commencing pre-leasing in January.
With architects Hart Howerton and TCA Architects and interior design firms Kenneth Brown Design and Redmond Aldrich Design at the helm, the collection of residences range from studios to three- bedrooms, feature private balconies and expansive ceilings. The first two buildings, The Wesley and The Crosby, each aim to foster community and connection amongst residents by creating communal spaces that encourage engagement. In addition, the residences at Hollywood Park feature a walkable location and will have immediate access to shopping, dining, sports and entertainment venues, public parks, and an entirely new office submarket.
“With the introduction of Hollywood Park’s initial residential phases, we are furthering Stan Kroenke’s vision to build a true destination for all of Los Angeles,” said Jason Gannon, managing director, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park in a statement. “The designs of the residences highlight the curation and planning that went into building Hollywood Park, a city within a city, that uniquely delivers world-class sports and entertainment and enhanced lifestyle amenities across its 300 acres.”
The Wesley’s features expansive triple-height ceilings and intimate seating arrangements. A constellation of paper lanterns will adorn the lobby, serving as a motif for lighting installed throughout the building.
“Aside from creating a playful and elegant atmosphere, our main design objective was to create a true sense of place. We wanted to make The Wesley a destination where residents and guests feel a sense of home in the unconventional design elements and comfort in the natural textures and patterns that fill the space,” says Chloe Warner, Founder & Principal of Redmond Aldrich Design.
A modern amenity collection will consist of ample work-from-home spaces, outdoor dining areas, a sky deck, spacious fitness studio, a vintage game room, landscaped spa terrace with private cabanas, pet spa, and more. Upon completion, The Wesley will feature sweeping views of Hollywood Park’s Lake Park.
The Crosby’s interiors include an array of wood tones, leather, clean lines, and large-scale mid-century furniture vignettes from designers like Christian Liaigre. Residents will be met with a custom-designed staircase featuring fine leather braiding overlooking exclusively commissioned contemporary art pieces by artist Amy Kaufman. Other standout features include lobby-adjacent workspaces outfitted with acoustical paneling, two landscaped resort-inspired courtyards designed to celebrate the best of Southern California weather and a cabana-lined pool and spa, private screening room, and curated fitness center.
“The best design always comes from a very strong and clear point of view,” says interior designer Kenneth Brown. “The Crosby is meant to embody a comfortable and functional residence juxtaposed with an unexpected mix of edgy materials and elements of relaxed West Coast living. The design is truly integrated so that residents experience living outside
of their unit, serving as an extension of their home.”
“The development of our residences was inspired by the abundance of art, culture, and history in Inglewood, resulting in two sophisticated residences that feature purposeful design and one-of-a-kind living,” says Christopher Meany, Partner at Wilson Meany, Hollywood Park’s development manager. “This was an important element as we began to execute on Mr. Kroenke’s vision for the residential, knowing that Hollywood Park aspires
to become top-of-mind for renters seeking storied collections of full-frill units with first-class amenities.”