Los Angeles, CA—Earvin Magic Johnson Park in Los Angeles is set to receive $70 million in upgrades, in a plan that will develop over a 18-year period that is set to begin
According to the Los Angeles Sentinel:
“The $70-million first phase of the project called for building amenities that do not currently exist in South LA. This includes a 20,000-sq. ft. community events center to host conferences, weddings and other large gatherings. Improvements also include an outdoor wedding pavilion, a splash pad, children’s play areas, better security lighting, walking paths and parking lots. The first phase will be completed in 2020.”
According to Archpaper, The final $135 million buildout should be completed by 2036.
The plan will be developed by AHBE Landscape Architects and the event center will be designed by Paul Murdoch Architects.
AHBE is involved with various developments across Los Angeles which includes a new $8.5 million public park in L.A.’s Chinatown neighborhood, as well as expansion plans for the South Gate Galleria complex in Redondo Beach (Archpaper).