Carson’s Victoria Golf Course to Become Park Space

By January 22, 2019 No Comments

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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