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One of Inglewood's best-kept secrets is its beautifully landscaped neighborhoods and quality housing. Whether it's a gated community, historic family homes, or executive townhomes, Inglewood has the housing selection that you want, at a price that you can afford. The prices for real estate in the city are significantly lower than prices for cities with similar climates, with a median property value of $455,000. Inglewood is a family community with 86% of its homes being family households and almost half of all households occupied for more than five years. Inglewood is committed to its sense of neighborhood, and has provided incentives over the past 25 years for the development of more than 300 single family homes and 550 condominiums, as well as 489 units of senior and disabled housing.

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As a gateway to major commercial centers of the United States and internationally, Inglewood is in a unique position on the shore of the Pacific Rim. The Los Angeles International Airport is directly accessible by Inglewood's Century Boulevard – one of the City's busiest commercial corridors. Proximity to the airport, the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors, and four major freeways facilitate both domestic and international trade.

Centrally located in Southern California, Inglewood is accessible to many major transportation resources. Surrounded by Interstates 405, 105, 110, & 10; two miles from Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA); served by Union Pacific & Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail lines; and less than 30 minutes from facilities at Los Angeles and Long Beach harbors.


Inglewood's rich history begins with the Centinela Adobe, situated on Rancho Aguaje de la Centinela, which was built in 1834 by Ygnacio Machado, son of one of the soldiers protecting the first settlers of Los Angeles on their way from Mexico. After several additions and owners, two land grants-Rancho Aguaje de Centinela and Rancho Sausal Ranando were bought by Sir Robert Burnett of Scotland, leased by and later sold to Daniel Freeman from Canada.

February 8, 1908 Inglewood, with a booming 1,200 population, was incorporated as a city, but it was the earthquake of 1920 that put it on the map. People came to see the damage and stayed because of the wonderful climate. From 1920 to 1925, Inglewood was the fastest growing city in the United States. After 1923, Inglewood became the Chinchilla Capital of the world when M.F. Chapman brought the animals here from the Peruvian Andes.

During the 1960s and '70s, Inglewood continued to grow and develop, taking on a "metropolitan" look. The City became racially integrated in both its residential and business communities; it was now the home of two major hospitals-Centinela and Daniel Freeman; the "City of Champions" was now the site of Hollywood Park Racetrack, recently celebrating 50 years of championship horseracing, and the Forum, constructed in the late '60s to become the home of the World Champion Lakers basketball team and the Kings hockey team, as well as featuring World Class Tennis played by the Strings, plus championship boxing.

It was during this time Inglewood's sky-line changed to include the high-rise buildings you see today. The first of those high-rise buildings was the modern City Hall and Civic Centercomplex, constructed as a joint effort by the City and County of Los Angeles and dedicated in 1973. The Civic Center contains the City Hall, Police and Fire headquarters, the main library, County Courts and Health facilities.

The City's reputation and its accessibility to major freeways and Los Angeles International Airport made it an attractive business investment and an ideal location for the rapidly expanding air freight business. Highrise office buildings began to go up, with the newest being the 14-story, million Trizec building on La Cienega near Century Boulevard.

Inglewood is no longer a sleepy little settlement in the country. With a population of more than 100,000, it is alive, thriving and in the center of an ever-changing Centinela Valley where the old Machado adobe blends with the new landmarks to remind residents of the rich heritage of the City and the fact that history is still being made in Inglewood.

The above excerpts are from:

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