Last year the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to work with the Kimmelman Foundation to repurpose a portion of the struggling Victoria Golf Course in Carson as a public recreation facility. The release last week of an initial study unveils a first look at the proposed changes for the facility at 340 Martin Luther King Jr. Street in Carson.

The project – called the Carol Kimmelman Sports and Academic Campus – calls for redeveloping “new recreation programs that would offer sports and academic enrichment services to underprivileged youth…and the general public,” on the northeast 87 acres of the current 178-acre golf course. Designs by MEIS Architects envision mostly open space, as well as a handful of support buildings.

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