Beverly Hills-based Kruger Development Group is bringing a Hilton Tru Hotel to Inglewood, according to an initial study currently under review by the city's Planning Division.

The project, slated for an L-shaped site at 11111 S. Prairie Avenue, would consist of as six-story building featuring 120 guest rooms above parking for 118 vehicles.  Plans also call for open-space amenities such as a roof deck, a fitness center, and various gaming spaces in the hotel's lobby.

Architects Orange is designing the contemporary mid-rise structure, per city records.

Hilton's Tru brand is "intended to appeal to a 'Millennial' mindset by providing modern design, public spaces for working and socializing, and advanced technologies such as mobile check-ins," according to the project's initial study.

Construction of the hotel could begin by July 2018 and last approximately 14 months.  The project site is currently vacant after the demolition of former warehouses and apartment buildings in August 2017.

If built, the hotel would stand less than one mile south of the massive development site where a new stadium for the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers is now under construction, in conjunction with a slew of residential and commercial buildings.  Also proposed nearby is a new venue for the Los Angeles Clippers, including retail, offices, a practice facility and an 18,000-seat arena.

Rendering of the Hilton Tru Hotel via City of Inglewood

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L.A. is ready for micro-units

Micro-units are apartments as small as 140 square feet and as large as 350, and they take a variety of forms.

In a county facing a shortage of a million housing units, how can we provide more affordable housing, be more welcoming to families, and boost transit ridership in our urban centers? For all three, the answer comes in a small package: micro-units.

Micro-units are apartments as small as 140 square feet and as large as 350, and they take a variety of forms. They can include shared-living arrangements or be entirely self-contained with bathrooms, full kitchens, and even in-unit washers and dryers. They can be amenity-rich or relatively barebones.