Skip to content

Lakers announce agreement to purchase site for future practice facility

Apr 2, 2014, 9:14 AM EST

source: Getty Images

The Lakers announced an agreement to purchase land to build a new training facility, one that won’t be far at all from where the team currently practices in El Segundo.

From the official release:

The Los Angeles Lakers announced today that they have entered into an agreement with CDC Mar Campus, LLC for the purchase of an approximately five acre undeveloped portion of the development known as Elevon at Campus El Segundo located in El Segundo, CA. The site is at the northwest corner of Mariposa Avenue and Douglas Street. The site is intended to be the future home of a brand new training center for the Lakers and its Development League team, the Los Angeles D-Fenders. The facility will also house the business operations offices for both teams. The completion of the purchase is subject to various conditions, including the approval by the City of El Segundo of the proposed use of the property by the Lakers.

It’s baby steps with a project of this magnitude, one that will go through several stages of development before a target date for completion can be set.

L.A.’s current facilities are by no means substandard, but the team is renting the space in a building owned by AEG.

The new facility will not only be state-of-the-art to keep up with the fairly new one the Clippers have in Playa Vista, but it will also be one which is owned by the Lakers.

Latest Posts
  1. Report: Sixers engaged in buyout talks with JaVale McGee

    Mar 1, 2015, 4:30 PM EST

    Indiana Pacers v Philadelphia 76ers Getty Images

    The deadline for McGee to be waived in order to be eligible to join another team for the playoffs is midnight Sunday.

  2. Adam Silver says data may prove Gregg Popovich right in terms of resting multiple players

    Mar 1, 2015, 2:30 PM EST

    SAN ANTONIO SPURS V DALLAS MAVERICKS Getty Images

    Silver talked about the league one day sharing injury data at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.

  3. Jordan Brand previews 2015 holiday retro lineup (PHOTOS)

    Mar 1, 2015, 11:30 AM EST

    304775-142_Back3Q_native_600

    A look at upcoming retro releases of the Jordan VIII, Jordan 1, Jordan XIV Low, and the Jordan VII.

  4. Markieff Morris rips Suns fans after blowout home loss to Spurs

    Mar 1, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

    Phoenix Suns v Denver Nuggets Getty Images

    Odd timing, only because fans in Phoenix have historically shown up for games against San Antonio and Los Angeles.

  5. Michael Beasley with a monster slam over Hawks’ Mike Muscala (VIDEO)

    Mar 1, 2015, 8:33 AM EST

    Milwaukee Bucks v Miami Heat Getty Images

    Beasley throws one down in his second game back with the Heat.

  6. Daryl Morey: ‘Take James Harden off our team, and we’re nowhere’

    Feb 28, 2015, 4:00 PM EST

    J.J. Redick, DeAndre Jordan, James Harden J.J. Redick, DeAndre Jordan, James Harden

    Rockets general manager says he recommended trading ‘everything’ for Harden in 2012

  7. Russell Westbrook takes knee to face, it leaves dent (VIDEO)

    Feb 28, 2015, 11:30 AM EST

    Russell Westbrook AP

    He was evaluated by doctors after the game Friday.

  8. Former All-Star, popular Knick Anthony Mason dies at age 48

    Feb 28, 2015, 10:33 AM EST

    Anthony mason knicks Getty Images

    He had been in the hospital for weeks following multiple heart attacks.

Featured video

Is Derrick Rose the next Penny Hardaway?
Top 10 NBA Player Searches
  1. D. Rose (8556)
  2. K. Durant (7975)
  3. D. Howard (7462)
  4. S. Curry (7380)
  5. R. Westbrook (7209)
  1. P. George (6656)
  2. A. Davis (6362)
  3. L. James (6274)
  4. M. Carter-Williams (6025)
  5. B. Beal (5987)