Located in Los Angeles, California, Dodger Stadium is home to the National League's Los Angeles Dodgers and the third oldest ballpark in the Major Leagues. It was opened in 1962 and replaced the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as the team's home. Also, between the 1962 and 1965 seasons it served as the host of the American League's Los Angeles Angels until they moved to Anaheim . The stadium was built in the middle of the Chavez Ravine area, on land that was once a housing community. It currently overlooks downtown Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills which surround it. Plans are currently in order to spend $500 million on renovations for the park such as a Dodger Museum and various shops and dining establishments.