St. Louis Rams owner proposes NFL stadium for Los Angeles

Architecture, Urbanism, West
Friday, January 9, 2015
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Inglewood's "City of Champions" Revitalization Project (HKS)

Inglewood’s “City of Champions” Revitalization Project (HKS)

After years of, ahem, false starts, it’s looking very possible that the NFL will be returning to Los Angeles. According to the LA Times, St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who bought 60 acres next to the Forum in Inglewood last year, has announced plans to build an HKS-designed 80,000-seat stadium and a 6,000-seat performance venue as part of the 300-acre Hollywood Park site.

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Team or No Team, City of Industry to Start Work on LA Stadium Site

West
Friday, October 25, 2013
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Plan for City of Industry Stadium (Majestic Realty)

Plan for City of Industry Stadium (Majestic Realty)

Just when we thought the idea of a new football stadium in Los Angeles was completely dead, this just in. The Pasadena Star News reported that the City of Industry is planning to begin grading land for its proposed $800 million stadium, developed by Majestic Realty and designed by architect Dan Meis, who now works for Woods Bagot.

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Dan Meis on the Move… Again

Eavesdroplet, Newsletter, West
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
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Meis’s planned Sports City Stadium in Qatar

Big-time sports architect Dan Meis, who has designed, among other projects, LA’s Staples Center and Seattle’s Safeco Field, is on the move yet again. In the span of just a few years he has shuffled from his own practice to Aedas, then back to his own firm to Populous, to his own firm again, and now he is joining Australian firm Woods Bagot Sport to become its global director. Exciting opportunties? Commitment issues? “I’m not crazy about having been with a couple of different firms in a short time period,” admitted Meis. But he sees it differently: “For me it feels like I’ve been in the same practice all along. It just feels like I’ve been associated with a lot of firms.”

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