"On a piece of land that’s 3½ times the size of Disneyland, the stadium will be surrounded by a development that includes a performance venue, hotel, hundreds of thousands of square feet for retail and offices, homes and a lake with waterfalls.

  "The 70,240-seat stadium — able to accommodate 25,000 extra people in standing-room areas behind the end zones — is scheduled to open for the 2019 NFL season and will host the Super Bowl in 2021" reports LA Times.

This picture shows the other important aspect of the Stadium for our real estate market:  over 2600 residences will be built on the site, infusing Inglewood with a dramatic increase in population and an economic boost to that under-appreciated community.

LA Times: Nathan Fenno and Sam Farmer, Nov. 17,2016