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Dodger's Stadium Improvements
CONNECTING PEOPLE TO PEOPLE
Dodger’s Stadium, Los Angeles, California


CONNECTING PEOPLE TO PEOPLE
Dodger’s Stadium

Los Angeles, California | Phases I-IV 2011-2021 | 260 Acres

Design Team: Levin & Associates Architects, Studio-MLA, D'Agostino Izzo Quirk  Architects, M-E Engineering, Mollenhauer Engineering, Nabih Youssef Associates
Client: Los Angeles Dodgers
Photos: Hunter Kerhart

In a move mirroring Los Angeles’ transition to a pedestrian-friendly city, Dodger Stadium revamped its entries to put people front and center. Completed in 1962, Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium is the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball and one of the most unique with its views of downtown Los Angeles to the south and the San Gabriel Mountains to the north. Studio-MLA planned and designed a 260-acre site renovation to improve fan experience and stadium resilience through placemaking.

In addition, the “Centerfield Plaza” was newly opened. The Plaza includes acres of new amenities, including the “Walk of Fame,” providing space to engage with the lengthy history of the Dodgers and its star players. Debuting a successful national model for ballparks that create all-day visitor experiences and engage closely with their surrounding communities, the reimagined Dodger Stadium has been unveiled April 2021.
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