An AP review has found that the developers behind the recently proposed NFL stadium and complex in Inglewood expect to recoup up to $100 million in local tax dollars in the first five years of operation.
The NFL could be returning to Los Angeles thanks to a real estate development proposal to build a stadium and massive entertainment complex in the city of Inglewood.
Named Los Angeles’ 2014 Neighborhood of the Year by one real estate blog, a big move is underway in Inglewood to revamp its once-struggling image.
In early October the Los Angeles Times reported that NFL owners referenced a couple of locations in the city of Carson for a potential site for an NFL Stadium.
Inglewood Mayor James Butts addressed the possibility of an NFL stadium being built in the Los Angeles suburb as he held his semiannual town hall meeting on Saturday.
City and AEG leaders signed a deal Wednesday morning to authorize the construction of a new NFL stadium and convention center in downtown Los Angeles.
Several agreements dealing with the NFL stadium proposed for downtown Los Angeles were approved Monday, amid apologies for any turmoil caused by last week’s news that AEG is for sale.
The company that owns the Staples Center, L.A. Live, and the Los Angeles Kings is up for sale.
AEG has released new artist renderings of Farmers Field, the state-of-the-art NFL stadium and convention center the company has proposed building in the middle of downtown Los Angeles.
Anschutz Entertainment Group released Thursday a 10,000-page environmental impact report for its proposed $1.5 billion football stadium in downtown Los Angeles.
The Minnesota Vikings, hoping to flee their longtime home in downtown Minneapolis for a new suburban stadium, got a message Tuesday from an influential state senator: Not so fast.
A Los Angeles City Council committee has endorsed a tentative framework agreement with a private developer that wants to build a 72,000-seat NFL stadium on the city’s convention center campus.
Parking lot operator L&R Group of Companies has paid $31 million for a 2.7-acre property in downtown Los Angeles across the street from where sports and entertainment company AEG wants to build an NFL stadium.
The developers proposing an NFL stadium for downtown Los Angeles are tweaking their pitch to the city.
The CEO of the company seeking to build an NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles is lashing out at skeptics who express doubt about the value of such venues to their regions’ economies.