Stadium Plan Revives Inglewood’s Real Estate

WSJ

By Hannah Karp

As the San Diego Chargers make plans to become the second National Football League team to move to the Los Angeles area, this sleepy suburb has emerged as an unlikely prize among moguls battling for dominance in sports and entertainment. As plans firm up for the Chargers and the Rams to start playing in 2019 at the $2.7 billion, 70,000-seat City of Champions stadium to be built in Inglewood, the city of 109,000…

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Steve Devorak is a former Director of Land Acquisition and Project Manager with extensive experience in the Southern California land market.

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