Proposed Inglewood Stadium

This is what’s going to look like as soon as the shovels get to work.

There was a big article on it by Sam Farmer of the L.A. Times:

Stan Kroenke won’t be empty handed this week when he arrives at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona.

 

The St. Louis Rams owner will be packing finished schematic plans for the world’s most interactive and integrated football stadium, a futuristic, $1.86-billion, privately financed venue proposed for the Hollywood Park site in Inglewood.

 

Kroenke is not quite ready to put a shovel in the ground, but the major pieces of the project are now fully drawn, allowing the global sports and real estate billionaire to show the small army of architects and engineers at his disposal have made significant progress.

 

Representatives of Kroenke and HKS, the architecture firm he’s employed, met with the Los Angeles Times recently in San Francisco to provide a first look at the detailed plans.

I’ve been trying to keep an eye on this, via Fred Roggin on AM980 The Beast, but if you want to catch up, I’d start by reading this Sam Farmer Piece.