Los Angeles developer Harridge Development Group has made progress in its redevelopment of the shuttered facility in Inglewood, formerly known as Daniel Freeman Hospital. The 18-acre site, located between Prairie Avenue and Grace Avenue, was purchased for an estimated $36 million back in May.
Per Urbanize, shortly after the transaction, the company began work clearing out the property, which is now almost ready for construction.
Harridge is expected to develop 228 detached condominiums, which is a considerable reduction from previous plans submitted by the site’s former owner Shopoff Group. According to The Real Deal, Shopoff had initially planned to build 310 townhomes, and the developer had already secured approvals.
The upcoming for-sale units will be built in the gated master-planned community Grace Park. Although an exact completion date is still unclear, the redeveloped condo project is expected to finish sometime in 2019.
The site is half a mile away from Hollywood Park, future home of the new Rams and Chargers NFL stadium. The massive 260-acre mixed-use development is scheduled to be finished around the same time as the Harridge project and will consist of up to 3,000 homes, a 300-unit hotel, 620,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, and 25 acres of park space.