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Median Household Income

2015 VALUE
± 1,399

Households in Inglewood have a median income of $42,044. The chart shows the median household income in Inglewood compared to its parent locations.

Employment by Occupations

± 1,147

Employment in Inglewood has been growing at a rate of 1.46% to 49,624 employees.

The accompanying chart shows the share breakdown of the primary jobs held by residents of Inglewood.

Property Value

2015 VALUE
± 5,713

In 2015, the median property value in Inglewood grew to $335,000 from the previous year's value of $325,000.

The following charts display the property value in Inglewood compared to other geographies, as well as the owner-occupied housing units distributed between a series of property value buckets compared to the national averages for each bucket.

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A rarity in urban Southern California will all be yours...

You will be able to select from a variety of industrial and retail sites for your business. You will have accessibility to ship and receive by air, rail, or road. You'll have a choice of executive homes within both Inglewood and nearby beach communities. Your employees will be able to choose from affordable multifamily, single family and historic homes and you'll be able to choose your employees from a highly educated local work force.

• Gateway to Los Angeles International Airport;
• Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors;
• Choice transportation access

Among the advantages to locating in the City of Inglewood is its prime location and access from key transportation facilities including LAX, Century Freeway/Metro Green Line (I-105); Santa Monica Freeway (I-405), and the LAX-Crenshaw Light Rail Transit system proposed to run through the heart of the City.

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.

Located six miles east of the ocean and within six miles of downtown Los Angeles, Inglewood has a vibrant and diverse economic base supported by a business-friendly City government, diverse neighborhoods that offer greater value than comparably priced communities, and high quality public safety and emergency services.

The City is the proud home of the award-winning Centinela Hospital Medical Center, ranked in the top 10 hospitals nationally; the Forum arena; and Hollywood Park Tomorrow, a 230-acre mixed use project of 3,000 homes, supported by 680K sqft retail/office/hotel/entertainment, a 10 acre lake, and 30-acres of open space in five parks.

The City is Open for Business, Hospitality and Entertainment!

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  • 111,928
    Population (2016)
  • 58,198
    Labor Force
  • 3,614
    Total Establishments
  • 121,576
    Peak Daytime Population
  • 6.80%
    Unemployment Rate

Key Figures

Population (2016)
Median Household Income
Housing Units


City Hall
City Hall – here to help you

The City of Inglewood has a proven track record as a business-friendly community where opportunity is in abundance. And in Inglewood, business friendly doesn’t end there. Inglewood has what Southern California businesses want most – championship winning transportation resources in a location with competitive land and lease rates.

In the world of business development, Inglewood is accustomed to finishing first. Over the past 20 years, the wins have been impressive.

  • Office Developments $104.2 million; 571 Jobs
  • Retail Projects $64 million/779,000 SF; 1,089 jobs
  • Industrial Development $109 million/1.15 million SF; 1,949 jobs


  • Site Selection Assistance
  • Workforce Development program (SBWIB)
  • Marketing
  • Referrals

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Business Incentives Guide


Kaiser is a major employer in Inglewood
  • The Honest Company
  • K.Bell
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Marvin Engineering Group
  • Carmax
  • City of Inglewood
  • Arco AM PM
  • Centinela Hospital
  • Costco
  • Enterprise Rent A Car
  • Forum/Madison Square Garden
  • Hollywood Park
  • Home Depot (2 locations)
  • LA Hyundai
  • Ross Stores
  • Target
  • Tesoro
  • Valero


Hollywood Park Casino
Hollywood Park Casino
  • Population (2016): 111,928
  • Daytime Population 3-Mile radius: 121,576
  • Median Age: 34.20
  • Size: 9 square miles
  • Freeway Frontage: 3 miles
  • Mean Home Prices $373,200
  • Housing Units: 39,362
  • Average household income: $44,588


  • Total Establishments 3,614
  • Parks, Community Centers, & Historical Landmarks: 13
  • Fire Stations: 4
  • Public Swimming Pools: 1 (open air)
  • Public Libraries: 3


  • Hollywood Park Tomorrow -230 Acre Mixed Use-Retail/Entertainment/Hotel/Residential (Now In Construction),
  • The Forum/Madison Square Garden-17,500 Seat Arena (Complete Renovation Now Open)
  • Metro Rail LAX-Crenshaw Line & Florence Station TOD Opportunities (In Progress)
  • La Brea Corridor Enhancement ($20 Million – Completed 2014)
  • Century Boulevard Corridor Enhancement ($30 Million – Design Complete, Ready for Bid)
  • 40,000 Square Foot State-of-the-Art Senior Center (Design/Bid Phase)
  • New Emergency Center at Centinela Hospital

Key City Contacts

James T. Butts

City Mayor

One Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90301
T:  (310) 412-5300

Christopher E. Jackson

Economic Development

City of Inglewood
One Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90301

T:  (310) 412-5230

Erick Holly

Executive Director

Inglewood Chamber of Commerce
330 E. Queen St.
Inglewood, California 90301

T:  (310) 677-1121