Los Angeles-based real estate investment firm Sandstone Properties has unveiled renderings of a high-rise apartment building planned in Warner Center.

The project, as reported by What Now Los Angeles, calls for redeveloping a surface parking lot with a 34-story tower featuring 650 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, a 26-room hotel, a restaurant, and a rooftop deck.  

Hetzel Design and Rabben/Herman Design comprise the project's design team.  Rendering depict a modern glass and steel structure.

An existing office building at 6400 Canoga Avenue, described as "essentially 100 percent occupied," is slated to remain on the property.  Images show a swooping roof canopy would be attached to the low-rise structure.

Plans for the 4.7-acre site have evolved since Sandstone first initiated entitlements with the City of Los Angeles in 2018.  At that time, the project was envisioned as two separate buildings - standing 25 and 27 stories - containing approximately 610 apartments.

The proposed development is one of a handful of high-rise buildings on the horizon for Warner Center.  Adler Realty and Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield are both planning multi-phase developments which could contain office, hotel, and residential towers.

Sandstone's other ongoing developments include an apartment complex which recently broke ground in Westchester, as well as proposed hotels in Culver City and Pico-Union.