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First tenants for big Inglewood Hollywood Park development announced

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A fancy theater, a beer garden, and a gym

A rendering of a large white low-rise building with a Cinepolis sign on it. The building is on a corner.
The Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas at Hollywood Park.
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The giant redevelopment of a 298-acre Inglewood property where the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams will play starting next year is also the future site of a whole neighborhood with retail, restaurants, offices, housing, and hotel rooms.

Today, the developers of the Hollywood Park development announced their first tenants: a beer garden and eatery, a fancy movie theater, and a gym. These businesses will be part of a 500,000 square-foot “district” with shopping and entertainment options.

A new 12-screen Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas is one of the announced arrivals. The theater will feature in-theater waiter services and offer a food menu and full bar. Ticket prices will range from $8 to $15, Hollywood Park owners said in a statement.

The “beer garden” and eatery will be run by Lynne Weaver, founder of the Three Weavers Brewing Company. The 20,000-square-foot space will include on-site brewing and outdoor seating, and it is slated to host live entertainment. Three Weavers opened a brewery in Inglewood about five years ago.

The gym will be the second location of the Long Beach-based Olympix Fitness. The 21,000-square-foot gym will be capped off by a rooftop swimming pool.

It’s been a big week for the Inglewood site. On Sunday, stadium owners announced that the personal finance company SoFi had purchased naming rights for the stadium. The $5 billion stadium will open in the summer of 2020 with two Taylor Swift shows.

The SoFi Stadium and the Hollywood Park project are rising on a spot where the old Hollywood Park racetrack once stood. It was demolished in 2015.

A rendering of an open courtyard space with a fountain, covered outdoor dining area, light landscaping and storefronts that open onto the courtyard.
A view of the project’s retail area.
A rendering of the gym, which is an angular, low-rise building. The rooftop pool is not visible.
A rendering of the Olympix gym, which will have a rooftop pool.