Westfield’s makeover of Warner Center
Developer Westfield is planning a major overhaul of the old Promenade mall site that will bring 1,400 housing units and two hotels (with a total of 572 rooms) to the 34-acre site. New streets and pathways will be built throughout the site, breaking up all of the new buildings. It will also include a central 1-acre public square and parks and courtyards throughout.
A planned 24-acre complex in Warner Center could bring about 1,000 apartments and condos, a 24-story hotel, and a trio of 15-story office buildings to a site near De Soto and Burbank avenues. The project would transform the Warner Center Corporate Park, which is now occupied by a collection of low-rise buildings.
Not far from the Orange Line’s Canoga Station, developers Evolution Strategic Partners have plans for a residential project rising seven stories tall. Renderings on Urbanize LA show an E-shaped, 271-unit apartment building. The complex would have a pool and rooftop decks, plus two levels of parking.
A U.S. subsidiary of Beijing-based BCEGI International Company is building a 274-unit apartment complex with 11 live work units and a 12-story office building.