Slideshow: Inglewood Plan Strives For Revitalization

Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Scene along Inglewood's Market Street corridor (Sam Lubell)

Scene along Inglewood's Market Street corridor (Sam Lubell)

The Architect’s Newspaper‘s Sam Lubell tells us about revitalization plans for Los Angeles’ once bustling Inglewood.  Architects Christopher Mercier and Douglas Pierson of (fer) Studio see a vibrant future for Market Street:

“Nobody knows about Market Street,” said Mercier. “But it already has the infrastructure to be something special.” The street is narrow, pedestrian-friendly, and lined with shops, rich plantings, small islands, and beautiful (if not well-kempt) historic buildings along its entire length. “Everyone wants to save downtown, but they don’t have the faith in what it can be,” added Pierson.

Read the entire article about revitalizing Inglewood at The Architect’s Newspaper.

2 Responses to “Slideshow: Inglewood Plan Strives For Revitalization”

  1. megan schwartz says:

    Hi Sam,

    Thank you very much from everyone here at (fer) studio.

    Our complete set of boards for the master plan can be viewed at:

  2. […] View a slideshow of Inglewood’s Market Street at the AN Blog. […]

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