The first retail section tenants have been announced for Hollywood Park, the 298-acre development that will include SoFi Stadium–the future Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers home.
Food, fitness, and film are covered by the initial tenants, which include a beer garden and brew pub from the founder of Inglewood-based Three Weavers Brewing Company, Long Beach’s Olympix Fitness, and global cinema company Cinépolis. All three offerings be located in a 500,000 square-foot retail and entertainment district that will anchor one end of Hollywood Park. The tenants have been unveiled ahead of SoFi Stadium’s summer 2020 opening.
“At Hollywood Park, we are developing a new city in the heart of the greater Los Angeles region where people from all across the world will come together,” Jason Gannon, Managing Director, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park said in a press statement. “We are thrilled to welcome Lynne Weaver, Olympix Fitness and Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas, and all of their employees, patrons, members and fans, to Hollywood Park. These three groups embody the mix of local businesses and global brands that will make Hollywood Park a unique destination.”
The new beer garden and brewpub will be run by Three Weavers Brewing Company founder Lynne Weaver. It will be a 20,000 square-foot space at the Century Boulevard entrance to the district, featuring onsite brewing, indoor/outdoor seating and live entertainment.
“Putting down roots in Inglewood was an easy decision for me,” Weaver said in a press statement. “We’ve always believed in the potential of our town and are looking forward to deepening our roots here. This new, exciting space will allow us to grow, connect with our neighbors, and celebrate the Inglewood community. We’re proud to extend this invitation – join us for a beer at Hollywood Park!”
Olympix Fitness, founded in Long Beach, will open its second location at Hollywood Park. At 21,000 square-feet, Olympix’s new gym will be twice the size of its Long Beach location and will include a swimming pool on the roof, among other elements.
“Our brand of fitness has found a home in the City of Champions,” Olympix principal Kurt Schneiter said in a press statement. “The Hollywood Park location will be a uniquely-named facility that showcases locals that have accomplished great athletic feats. We want to recognize these talented individuals to highlight in part why Inglewood is special and promote pride in this great community. We expect this location’s design and amenities to attract fitness enthusiasts not just locally, but from neighboring cities as well.”
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas will open a 12-screen theater at Hollywood Park with ticket prices ranging from $8-15. The state-of-the-art theater will feature fully reclining leather seats paired with premium stadium seating for uninterrupted views. The theater will highlight the brand’s signature guest experiences, such as in-theater waiter service available at the push of a button, a specialty chef-inspired menu, and a full bar. Hollywood Park will be Cinépolis’ fourth location in the greater Los Angeles area.
“Entertainment and film are embedded in to the DNA of Angelenos,” Luis Olloqui, Chief Executive Officer of Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas, said in a press statement. “We’re thrilled to offer our luxury cinema experience at an attractive price point in Hollywood Park, which we feel is destined to become a capital of culture in LA.”
All renderings courtesy Hollywood Park.
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