Hollywood Park’s developers announced the first retail tenants for the outdoor complex adjacent to the new football stadium. Inglewood-based Three Weavers Brewing will join Olympix Fitness and movie theater operator Cinépolis as the first three tenants in the 500,000-square foot retail district. The announcement comes just a week after Hollywood Park revealed that the personal finance company SoFi was awarded the naming rights to the new stadium.
Three Weavers Brewing Company, which has been located at 1031 Manchester Blvd since 2014, became Inglewood’s first craft brewery after founder Lynne Weaver launched a successful Kickstarter campaign. The new Hollywood Park beer garden totaling 20,000-square feet, will include on-site brewing, outdoor seating, and feature live entertainment.
According to officials from Hollywood Park, Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas plans to open a 12-screen theater featuring waiter service and a full bar. While the Long Beach-based Olympix Fitness will be opening their second gym. This one highlighted by a rooftop swimming pool.
While the announcement signals the first retail tenants to sign leases at Hollywood Park, NFL Media previously announced plans to relocate from Culver City to a new 200,000-square-foot facility at Hollywood Park. The site will house employees of the NFL Network, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.
Once completed, Stan Kroenke’s $5-billion dollar Hollywood Park development will feature a 6,000-seat performing arts venue, 780K SF of office space, over 500K SF of retail/restaurant space, and 2,500 residences surrounded by 20 acres of park space.