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.
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