2028




Los Angeles has been selected to host the 2028 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. When the Opening Ceremony begins, visitors will find a substantially transformed cityscape.

Los Angeles has been selected to host the 2028 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. When the Opening Ceremony begins, visitors will find a substantially transformed cityscape.

2018
Banc of California Stadium 

Major League Soccer’s newest team, Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) made its home debut in April 2018. LAFC's home field is the 22,000-seat Banc of California Stadium, the first open-air stadium in the heart of L.A. since 1962.

2018
Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center

As the permanent home of Space Shuttle Endeavour, the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center will be a 170,000 square foot addition that will house over 150 exhibits featuring hands-on experiments, simulations and vivid large-screen presentations.

2019
The Academy Museum

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is building the world's premier movie museum in the heart of Los Angeles. Located in the historic May Company building at Wilshire and Fairfax, the Academy Museum will explore the history and magic of what happens on screen as well as behind it.

2019
The Collection at Oceanwide Plaza

Oceanwide Plaza will introduce a globally inspired sophistication to the West Coast, featuring the new Park Hyatt Los Angeles, an extraordinary collection of residential offerings and an open-air retail destination.

2019
L.A. Memorial Coliseum

The L.A. Memorial Coliseum is undergoing a $270-million renovation that will be completed in time for the 2019 USC home opener. The renovation includes a new structure that will house suites, loge boxes, club seats and a new press box. Other renovations include replacing every seat in the stadium, new video screens and restoring the iconic peristyle.

2020
Los Angeles Stadium

Spanning 298 acres, the L.A. Stadium and Entertainment District will be just four miles from LAX. The centerpiece of the district is a 70,000-seat stadium that will be the home of the Rams and the Chargers. The stadium will feature the Super Bowl and the College Football National Championship.

2021
Grand Avenue Parcel Q 

The Grand is a visionary master planned development in L.A.’s cultural center. Key completed projects include Grand Park, The Emerson residential tower and The Broad Museum. Designed by Frank Gehry, Grand Avenue Parcel Q will include a 305-room Equinox hotel, central public plaza, movie theatre complex and a 39-story residential tower.

2022
Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

Designed by award-winning architect Ma Yansong of MAD Architects, the $1 billion Lucas Museum will join the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, California African American Museum, California Science Center and the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park. 

2022
The L.A. Waterfront

The L.A. Waterfront in San Pedro is undergoing a $1 billion series of developments. One of the crown jewels of the Waterfront will be AltaSea, the new home of the Southern California Marine Institute which will feature an Engagement Center that will serve as a global beacon for ocean education.

2023
LACMA

LACMA's new Building for the Permanent Collection will be approximately 368,000 square feet and replace four existing buildings in the museum’s East Campus. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Peter Zumthor, the new building will feature eight semi-transparent pavilions that support an elevated main exhibition level that extends over Wilshire Boulevard.

2023
The Future of LAX

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The Future of Metro

Local public transportation will be greatly expanded by 2028. Three major Metro Rail projects will be completed, including the 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX Line between the Expo Line and Green Line (2019). An additional station, the Airport Metro Connector Transit Station at Aviation Blvd/96th St, will connect to the future Automated People Mover (APM).

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