INGLEWOOD, CA – Dr. Erika Torres, County Administrator of Inglewood Unified School District, is pleased to announce the availability for long-term lease of part or all of 22.6 acres surplused by the School District in the City of Inglewood.
This major development site, surplus to the District’s educational needs, is situated on West 104th Street between South Prairie Avenue and Crenshaw Blvd. The site is located two blocks from the Hollywood Park Entertainment District and the new LA/SoFi Stadium due to open later this year. The Inglewood Unified School District has released a Request for Developer Qualifications to partner with a developer to jointly develop this site.
“I am incredibly excited for the District to be offering this major property to a qualified developer capable of bringing a quality residential or other suitable project to our community,” Dr. Torres said. “The School District is interested in seeing this former school property developed in a way which will benefit its students by enhancing the economic viability of the District for years to come. Encouraging families to come to Inglewood Unified School District is always a top priority for this community.”
About Inglewood Unified School District
Inglewood Unified School District operates 17 campuses, including three comprehensive high schools, charter high school, a continuation high school, a middle school, four elementary/middle combination schools, a charter K-8 academy and seven elementary schools. Our mission is to nurture, educate, and graduate students who are self-responsible and self-disciplined; who are critical and creative thinkers; who master the core academic disciplines; and who are advocates for equity and social justice for self and their community.
For more information about the Request for Developer Qualifications, please go to inglewoodusd.com.