New renderings for the Promenade 2035 development offer a more detailed look at the Westfield Corporation's proposed $1.5-billion mixed-use complex in Warner Center.

The Westfield Promenade, one of three Westfield properties in Warner Center, spans across approximately 36 acres at 6100 N. Topanga Canyon Boulevard.  Under plans submitted last year to the City of Los Angeles, the decaying shopping center would be replaced over the course of 15 years with a development consisting of:

  • 1,432 residential units
  • 244,000 square feet of retail space
  • 629,000 square feet of office space
  • Two hotels with 572 guest rooms
  • A 15,000-seat entertainment and sports complex

Architecture firm Johnson Fain is master planning the development, which would create a series of high-rise and podium-type buildings buit around a new street grid and public green space.  The largest of the proposed builings - a 28-story, 502-foot tall office tower - would create a new apex in the Warner Center skyline.

Construction of the Promenade 2035 development is expected to occur over four phases, starting in 2021 and concluding in 2033.