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Inglewood, CA

Inglewood is a city in the state of california with a population of roughly 133,613. It is in Los Angeles County, California the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA core-based statistical areas (CBSA), and the Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA combined statistical area (CSA).Its Zip codes include 90305 ,90302 .

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Inglewood is a city located in Los Angeles County, California. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 109,094. The city was incorporated on February 8, 1903. Inglewood is notable for its many historic homes and for its high-profile sports teams and celebrities.

The first Europeans to explore the area around Inglewood were members of the Spanish Portolà expedition in 1769. They named the area El Pueblo de los Ingleses (The Village of the English). In 1810, during the Mexican period of rule over California, a small settlement called Rancho San Pedro was established by Juan Jose Dominguez as one of several ranchos within present day Los Angeles County. The land that would become Inglewood was part of a larger parcel granted to José Sepulveda in 1818 by Governor José Figueroa. In 1884, Daniel Freeman and his wife Ellen bought 1,000 acres (4 km²) from Sepulveda and began development of what would become known as Freeman’s Addition to Inglewood. The addition grew rapidly with new arrivals from Europe and the East Coast who built large homes on large lots surrounded by gardens and orchards. By 1920 there were more than 3,000 residents living in Freeman’s Addition; it became an exclusive neighborhood with a reputation for high-quality residential architecture and fine dining establishments such as Delmonico’s Restaurant which was opened in 1907 by New York restaurateur Charles Delmonico.

In 1909 Charles Ebbets purchased property on Century Boulevard adjacent to Freeman’s Addition and developed what became known as Ebbet’s Field which later became home to both the Dodgers baseball team (1957–1962) and Hollywood Park Racetrack (1912–1994). With increasing automobile ownership rates came increased interest in suburbanization throughout Southern California during the 1920s; this led to increased development activity in areas such as Westchester (now part of Santa Monica), Lennox (now part of West Hollywood), West Adams (now part of Los Angeles), Beverly Hills Northridge (now part of Northridge), Brentwood Highlands (now part of Brentwood) and Bel Air Estates/ Westlake Village( now parts off Thousand Oaks). In 1923 developers organized into The Country Club District Association Incorporated with the purpose “of promoting subdivision construction within an approximately ten square block radius centered about Country Club Drive between Manchester Boulevard [in Lennox]…and Centinela Avenue [in Beverly Hills]…to provide housing for persons employed at nearby businesses or institutions including but not limited to: Paramount Pictures Corporation [later 20th Century Fox], RKO Pictures Corporation [later 20th Century Fox], Warner Brothers Studios [later Warner Bros.]…the University Of Southern California [USC], Loyola Marymount University [LMU], Occidental College…and other similar institutions located within this radius” . This effort resulted in construction beginning on several large residential developments including Glencoe Towers I & II[both completed 1925] designed by architect George Wetherill who also designed numerous other significant buildings throughout Southern California including Ambassador Hotel[ Los Angeles] ,Rancho La Brea Tar Pits Museum[ Tarzana],Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel[Hollywood] , Los Angeles Times Building[ Los Angeles] ,Union Station Terminal Building[ Los Angeles]. Other notable builders include Averell Harriman who developed Bel Air Estates/ Westlake Village; Harry Chandler who developed Brentwood Highlands; William Randolph Hearst who developed Bel Air Estates/ Westlake Village; Walter Annenberg who developed Bel Air Estates/ Westlake Village; Sidney Kimmelman who developed Beverly Hills Northridge ;Irving Berlinwho developed Beverly Hills Northridge ;Lenny Brucewho lived at 9061 Sunset Boulevard from 1958 until his death from an overdose at age 54 on April 5th 1966 .

I n 1928 developer Albert Krieger organized another association called The Country Club District Improvement Association Incorporated with similar goals “to promote subdivision construction within an approximately ten square block radius centered about Country Club Drive between Manchester Boulevard […]Centinela Avenue […]to provide housing for persons employed at nearby businesses or institutions including but not limited to: Paramount Pictures Corporation […]RKO Pictures Corporation […]Warner Brothers Studios […]the University Of Southern California […]Loyola Marymount University [...] Occidental College …and other similar institutions located within this radius". This effort resulted in construction beginning on several large residential developments including Glencoe Towers III & IV designed by architect George Wetherill which were completed 1930 . Other notable builders include Averell Harriman again ;Harry Chandler again ;William Randolph Hearst again ;Walter Annenberg again ;Sidney Kimmelman again ;Irving Berlinagain

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