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Nationwide Van Lines, Inc.

Nationwide Van Lines is a fully licensed and insured moving company in Fort Lauderdale Florida, equipped with trucks, from small vans to large...

US DOT: 976593

MC: 411705

Bekins Moving Solutions

Inglewood California moving companies, I bet you can think of about 10,000 other things you would rather do than pack up and move your home or business. Moving can be a frustrating fact of...

US DOT: 716970

Intra: 189497

MC: 224537

U-Pack Moving

ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has become an extremely popular choice for...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

ANTHEM MOVING

We strive to give each move the attention it deserves. We pride ourselves on our family core values, so you can rest assured your belongings are in...

US DOT: 3161500

MC: 111529

National Van Lines

Inglewood CA, Founded in 1929, National Van Lines is an ESOP-owned enterprise that began in the Chicago area as a horse and wagon moving service and expanded to a...

US DOT: 76628

MC: 42866

My Pro Movers

My Pro Movers іѕ a full service logistics Company, our аіm іѕ tо gіvе the bеѕt to...

US DOT: 3078913

MC: 65531

Move On Relocation

Not all moving companies are created equal, not even close. Most moving companies you come across have standards about as high as their ankles. Their...

US DOT: 2016813

MC: 938821

Daly Movers

Arpin Van Lines, one of the nation’s leading household goods carriers, celebrates 107 years of continued growth and leadership in the transportation...

US DOT: 49922

MC: 621

Moving Pro

Movers Inglewood CA, Established 20 years ago, Moving Pros USA is a family managed and operated moving company founded by a couple devoted to bringing excellence in the...

US DOT: 1864442

MC: 675888

United Transportation Moving & Storage

Interstate movement of household goods and personal possessions takes the coordinated effort of professional team. United Transportation Moving and...

US DOT: 1978660

MC: 699570

Spartan Van Lines

Inglewood California moving quotes, Spartan Van Lines, Inc is a family owned and operated moving and storage company. Headquartered in California Bay Area, greater Los Angeles and New...

US DOT: 2559630

Intra: 191258

MC: 892921

L D Moving and Storage

L D Moving & Storage is a California-based moving provider. When it comes to finding the right moving company our trained moving and relocation...

US DOT: 1880403

MC: 678226

Revolution Moving Systems

Thank you for considering Revolution Moving Systems as your moving company. We know and understand that moving is not an easy task, therefore, we are...

US DOT: 2455655

MC: 848008

American Movers Inc

Inglewood CA, Here at American Movers Inc. you will not find your ordinary Moving Company. With several dedicated years of experience and an elite team of Moving...

US DOT: 3092024

MC: 072493

Trig Moving & Storage

At Trig Movers, we aim to provide the highest possible quality of moving services. As industry leaders, we know that every one of our customers has...

US DOT: 3198661

MC: 158142

One of Southern California's best-kept secrets, Inglewood boasts beautifully landscaped neighborhoods and quality housing. Whether it is gated communities, historic family homes or apartments for singles, Inglewood has housing for all occasions. The prices for real estate in the city are significantly lower than prices for cities with similar climates. Inglewood is no longer a sleepy little settlement in the country. With a population of more than 100,000, the city is alive, thriving and dynamic.

History:
Inglewood was the first settlement to be carved out of the 25,000 acre Centinela Ranch in 1888 shortly after a railroad station had been built in the area. In 1905, Inglewood recovered from a nationwide financial crash after establishing a poultry colony in the present North Inglewood.

By 1908, Inglewood, with a 1,200 population, was incorporated as a city, but it was the earthquake of 1920 that put it on the map. People came to see the damage and stayed because of the wonderful climate. From 1920 to 1925, Inglewood was the fastest growing city in the U.S.

Until World War II, Inglewood had been the hub of an agricultural area. Defense industries transformed it into an urban community when industrial activity, stimulated by the war, brought new workers and their families to the city. During the 1960s and '70s, Inglewood continued to grow and develop, taking on a metropolitan look. The city's reputation and its accessibility to major freeways and Los Angeles International Airport made it an attractive business investment and an ideal location for the rapidly expanding airfreight business. High-rise office buildings began to go up, with the newest being the 14-story, $50 million Trizec building on La Cienega near Century Boulevard. Today, residents enjoy the rich heritage of the city, and the fact that history is still being made in Inglewood.

Economy:
As an entryway to major commercial centers of the U.S. and internationally, Inglewood is in a unique position on the shore of the Pacific Rim. The Los Angeles International Airport is directly accessible by Inglewood's Century Boulevard – one of the City's busiest commercial corridors. Proximity to the airport, the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors and four major freeways facilitate both domestic and international trade. The City of Inglewood has a proven track record as a business-friendly community where opportunity is in abundance.

Inglewood's workforce is primarily professional or highly skilled and over 46% have attended college. The city provides its businesses with excellent job training and placement services at the Inglewood One-Stop Career and Education Center. The One-Stop Center provides businesses with subsidies for training new and existing employees, and offers access to teleconferencing, telecommuting and distance learning activities. Inglewood's retail growth has spurred tremendous excitement with the opening of its newest shopping center, The Village at Century. This signature development attracts national retailers and restaurants that provide jobs and revenue to the city.

Tourism:
While in Inglewood, you are fortunate to be only 20 minutes from all of the entertainment provided by the Los Angeles area, including Hollywood and some of the country's most popular sporting venues. If you are planning on sticking around the city, head over to Hollywood Park where you can bet on horses at Southern California's most centrally located track. Next, if you love to golf, Inglewood Golf Club is an easily navigable par 68 18-hole course. For a bit of culture, the Mineral Museum offers a worldwide collection of gems, minerals, crystals, fossils and locally made carvings and jewelry. Finally, the Forum (a.k.a. Great Western Forum) is one of the area's entertainment hotspots. Former home of the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Kings, the Forum now hosts boxing matches, rock concerts and other live performances.

  • Inglewood Park Cemetery , a widely used cemetery for the entire region, was founded in 1905
  • In 1946, George Foster of Inglewood founded Fosters Freeze, the first soft-serve ice cream chain in California.
  • Inglewood was the fictional setting for the 1994 motion picture Pulp Fiction.
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is situated one mile from Inglewood.
  • Tyra Banks is an American supermodel raised in Inglewood.
  • Cesar Millan, dog behaviorist and author/host of The Dog Whisperer, lives with his family in Inglewood.

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