The wood frame of a multifamily residential development from the Hanover Company continues to take shape in Warner Center.


Hanover Warner Center, which spans the south site of Kittridge Street between Variel and Independence Avenues, sits just east of the Orange Line busway's Canoga Station.  Plans call for a seven-story podium-type building featuring 394 apartments wrapped around an eight-story, 509-car parking structure.

Designed by TCA Architects, the project features three "distinct languages" according to its different street frontages.  Renderings depict a street-level courtyard fronting Kittridge Street and a pedestrian plaza at Variel Avenue.

Construction of the roughly $100-million project began in mid-2019 and is anticipated to conclude in 2021.

The project is one of numerous large apartment blocks taking shape in the Warner Center, including a similar 271-unit development now being built by Evolution Strategic Partners and another that is planned by Fairfield Residential.

Besides its Warner Center project, Houston-based Hanover Company is also developing partners in Westchester and Hollywood.