Eric Garcetti stated, “This is a place where people not only believe in a better future…we are creating it. The state of our city is undeniably strong. Record jobs, record investment, record visitors, record trade, record IPOs, returning industries, nation-leading infrastructure programs, and world-leading innovations. All of these things together are ushering in a transformational decade for our city.”
One such example of record developments, the Wilshire Grand Center, is the tallest building west of the Mississippi River and now open in downtown Los Angeles. At 1,100 feet, the building is home to a 900-room InterContinental Hotel on the upper levels and 365,000 square feet of class A office space on its lower floors. Prior to its completion, the US Bank Tower built in the late 1980s was the tallest building in Los Angeles.
This past July the Los Angeles Measure M, the largest local infrastructure measure in American History, went into effect. This will help to reduce traffic congestion and the “car capital of the world will soon be home to a transit system that is the envy of the world.”, said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
The City of Inglewood recently entered into an exclusive negotiations agreement with the Los Angeles clippers, a deal that could bring a new arena for the Los Angeles Clippers. The Madison Square Garden Company acquired and reconstructed the Inglewood Forum into a 2014, the largest concert-only event venue in Southern California.
Here are some renderings of the Los Angeles Stadium: