The Mediterranean climate of Inglewood alone is enough to draw tourists and residents alike to the warm and sunshine-drenched Californian destination. Important points of interest further draw the intrigue of newcomers and locals, such as The Forum, which was built in 1968 by the architect Charles Luckman. The Forum has been reinvented multiple times over the years with purposes ranging from being a concert venue to a center of religious worship. The Chase company re-opened The Forum in 2014 with a historic performance by the Eagles, re-engaging popular attention as being the largest indoor performance venue in the country for music and entertainment. The city also has a number of neighborhoods and districts in its 9-mile radius, including Morningside Park, Fairview Heights, Arbor Village, Inglewood Knolls, and Lockhaven.

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Located in the South Bay region of the Greater Los Angeles Area, Inglewood, in southwestern Los Angeles County, is perfectly situated to the side of the metropolitan bustle of Los Angeles while retaining southern California's vibrant cultural and entertainment aspects. The town's origins can be traced back to settlers in 1781, and today Inglewood is a flourishing community with opulent paradisiacal homes running for high prices due to their coveted locations and clean constructions.

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