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Yesterday, a cadre of local officials and former athletes joined NFL Commissioner and Rams owner Stan Kroenke to break ground on the Rams' highly anticipated Inglewood stadium.

The $2.66-billion project, located at the former Hollywood Park racetrack, will seat over 70,000 spectators for NFL games starting in 2019.  The Los Angeles Times reports that the facility could also play host to events such as the NCAA Final Four, the College Football Playoffs and events for the LA 2024 Olympic bid.

Designed by HKS Architects, the as-of-yet unnamed stadium is highlighted by a swooping roof canopy, composed of metal borders and a lightweight fabric known as ETFE.

The Rams' new home will serve as the centerpiece of the larger redevelopment of Hollywood Park, which is being lead by real estate firms Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group.  At completion, the 298-acre site which encompasses the stadium will also feature approximately 3,000 residential units, 620,000 square feet of shops and restaurants, a 300-key hotel and 25 acres of public parks.

Rendering of the Los Angeles Rams Stadium (Image: HKS Architects)

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Rendering vs. Reality: Eastview Apartments

Multifamily residential complex wrapping up work near DTLA.
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Just west of the Harbor Freeway, Lion Real Estate Group is now wrapping up construction at a new apartment complex overlooking the Downtown skyline. Eastview, as the property at 327-411 Boylston Avenue is known, consists of a seven-story building featuring 121 one- and two-bedroom apartments above parking for 145 vehicles.  Plans call for 14 of the residential units to be set aside as affordable housing.