It is located in the suburb of southwest downtown Los Angeles. The city was laid out by the Centinela-Inglewood Land Company in 1887 and was then developed to be a center for poultry-raising. Over the years, it was developed along with the Los Angeles metropolitan area and was later the location of the Hollywood Park horse-racing track. Inglewood is a medium-sized city and has a population of more than 110,000 and has 32 neighborhood constituents. The housing costs in the city have been considered to be one of the highest in the United States. However, the prices in Inglewood may not be as high compared to the real estate prices of the upstate communities in California. Inglewood is not considered to be mainly white - or blue-collared; however, most of the residents are a mix of white and blue-collar jobs, who are in sales and office, service providers, and professionals.
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