SUSTAINABILITY

The Promenade 2035 project will meet the sustainability goals of the Warner Center 2035 Plan by reducing energy usage through a variety of measures including solar passive design, daylight harvesting, natural ventilation, recycling, use of sustainable materials, and thoughtful building design and orientation.

Further, the project will conform to the company’s Better Places 2030 goals to substantially reduce its carbon footprint as well as meeting its commitment to create community gathering spaces, including landscaped open space for the public and adding hundreds of new trees.

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HOUSING FOR ALL INCOME LEVELS

Responding to the community’s concerns, and the broader need for housing for all income levels within the City of Los Angeles and the Warner Center, URW has worked with Councilmember Blumenfield and stakeholders to make Promenade 2035 the first major project in the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan’s Downtown District to voluntarily propose to include a percentage of rent-restricted housing.

The updated plan includes a voluntary proposal for a total of fifteen percent of the project’s initial residential units, those located in the Northwest and Northeast Quadrants, to be affordable, workforce and stakeholder housing divided into:

15% Voluntary Housing Proposal

5%

Very Low Income

Households whose income is 50%
of the median income.

5%

Stakeholder

A voluntary incentive
program for local workers

5%

Workforce

A voluntary housing program targeting rents affordable to workers such as teachers, firefighters and police

CREATING THOUSANDS OF JOBS
NOW AND IN THE FUTURE

  • During Construction:
  • Creates more than 10,800 total
    good-paying full-and part-time jobs
  • Represents over $1 billion
    long-term investment in the Warner Center
  • Once Built:
  • Creates 9,700 total
    good-paying full-and part-time jobs
  • Generates an estimated $1.9 billion
    in total economic output
  • Generates nearly $17.7 million in net new
    annual revenues to the City’s General Fund