Inglewood homes are conveniently located near Los Angeles International Airport and the Los Angeles Harbor, and comprise a culturally diverse city that attracts big businesses. Inglewood, with more than 100,000 residents, is located between the Harbor Freeway (110), Glen Anderson Freeway (105), the Santa Monica Freeway (10) and the San Diego Freeway (405). Lennox and Hawthorne border the city to the south, Ladera Heights lies to the north while Huntington Park and South Gate lie to the east The Hollywood Park Racetrack features concerts on its North Park lawn while its Great Western Forum also hosts concerts by major bands. These attractions make Inglewood home listings attractive to buyers. Known as the City of Champions for three high school natives who won Olympic medals in the 1920s, Inglewood grew from an agricultural community in the early 1900s to an urban center. Its population is nearly half African-American and half Latino.