Residential tower proposed for Warner Center is facing appeals – Daily News

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A project that proposed the construction of a 34-story apartment tower with 650 units is facing two appeals.

The project proposed for 6400 N. Canoga Ave. calls for the demolition of an existing office building along with the leveling of a two-level parking garage. The development will contain a residential building with 650 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, the 743,456 square-foot mixed-use building with dwelling units along with restaurants, shops and offices. In addition, a parking lot will stretch across 204,278 square feet with an automated garage. The project also includes 365 bicycle parking spaces.

Located near the Metro Orange Line Canoga station, the project is designed by architect firm Hetzel Design. Renderings posted on Los Angeles City planning website feature a tall glass building towering above shops, restaurants and a pool.

Submitted by the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters, one of the appeals argued that the project is non-compliant with the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan, which provides a blueprint for redevelopment for Warner Center bounded by the Los Angeles River, the 101 Freeway to the south, De Soto Avenue to the east, and Topanga Canyon Boulevard on the west.

Another appeal filed by developer Sandstone Properties tried to challenge conditions of approval from a determination letter issued by the Director of the Planning Department.

A proposed development in Warner Center, located next to the Hilton, will feature 25- and 27-story towers, building a total of 610 residential units. The site is at 6400 Canoga Ave. in Woodland Hills on Aug. 28, 2018. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

The project is among several major developments proposed for Warner Centre. The City Planning Commission approved the Promenade 2035 project featuring a sports and entertainment venue.

The $1.5 billion project will stretch across a 34-acre site. It calls for the construction of an urban district with nearly 1,400 residential units, 280,000 square feet of shops and restaurants, 731,500 square feet of office space and 572 hotel rooms.

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