Seven months after purchasing the former site of Inglewood's Daniel Freeman Hospital for $36.3 million, Harridge Development Group has nearly finished clearing the property for redevelopment.

The 18-acre expanse, located at 333 N. Prairie Avenue, is slated for a gated community of 228 detached condominiums known as Grace Park, per a report earlier this year by the Real Deal.  The new plan is slightly downsized from a previously-entitled project for the property, which would have allowed for up to 310 residential units.

The development site is located due north of the former home of the Hollywood Park racetrack, which is itself being redeveloped with a 260-acre mixed-use complex centered around the future home of the NFL's Rams and Chargers.  That project may also feature up to 3,000 residential units, a 300-key hotel, 620,000 square feet of offices and retail, and 25 acres of park space.

Harridge is scheduled to complete Grace Park concurrently with the Hollywood Park development in 2019.

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