Westfield Promenade’s public hearing before the City Planning Commission, scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been cancelled by the City of Los Angeles to comply with coronavirus procedures.


Westfield’s Promenade 2035 Project is fully consistent with the Warner Center 2035 (WC2035) Plan and is designed to help minimize environmental impacts by bringing housing, commercial, office and entertainment together in one location next to transit to encourage walkability and reduce the need for cars.

Now, a major milestone has been reached in the Promenade 2035 process with the release of the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIR), which layers additional information on top of the detailed environmental analysis already conducted as part of the WC2035 Plan. The Supplemental Draft EIR for the Promenade 2035 Project represents a thorough analysis from a team of world-class experts in their fields of transportation, noise, lighting, and air quality.

We are pleased to report that the Supplemental Draft EIR confirms that this Project furthers WC2035’s goal to be one of the cleanest and greenest community plans in all of Los Angeles.

The following areas were analyzed as part of this Supplemental Draft EIR:

  • Aesthetics/Visual Qualities and Views, Light and Glare, and Shading
  • Energy
  • Hazards and Hazardous Materials
  • Hydrology and Water Quality
  • Public Services
  • Population, Housing and Employment
  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Air Quality
  • Land Use
  • Traffic/Access and Parking
  • Cultural Resources
  • Tribal Cultural Resources
  • Noise
  • Utilities and Service Systems

Highlights of the Promenade 2035 Supplemental Draft EIR include:

  • Approximately one million square feet less dense than analyzed in the WC2035 Plan.
  • Lower in height than what is permitted for the property today.
  • Contributing approximately $7 million in Mobility Fees to help fund transportation improvement measures as well as additional funds for schools, public art and area improvements as required by the WC2035 Plan.
  • Fully analyzed the proposed Entertainment and Sports Center in the areas of noise, lighting, traffic, parking and construction, and addresses impacts through sound and lighting design features and an Event Management Plan.
  • Providing additional transportation improvements to enhance circulation and flow in and around the Promenade site, getting cars off the street and into the property efficiently, as well as commitments to reduce water, energy and waste during construction and operations.

Promenade 2035 has been planned and designed with you and for you, to minimize impacts while bringing forward the new vision for the Warner Center. See below for the many ways to obtain more information about Promenade 2035’s Supplemental Draft EIR.


The document can be viewed in its entirety online at planning.lacity.org/eir/Promenade_2035/deir

Or, if you would like to view the document in person it will be available at the following libraries:

Los Angeles Central Library,
630 West Fifth Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Canoga Park Branch Library,
20939 Sherman Way,
Los Angeles, CA 91303
Platt Branch Library,
23600 Victory Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 91367
Woodland Hills Branch Library,
22200 Ventura Boulevard,
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Copies of the DEIR and documents referenced in the DEIR will also be available for public review at the City of Los Angeles, Department of City Planning, 6262 Van Nuys Blvd, Room 351, Van Nuys, CA 91401 , during office hours Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM. - 4:00 P.M. Please contact City Planner Elva Nuno-O'Donnell at (818) 374-5066 to schedule an appointment.


During Construction:

Creates more than 12,500 total
good-paying full-and part-time jobs

Generates nearly $2 billion in total economic output

At Completion:

Creates more than 7,900 total good-paying full-and part-time jobs

Generates an estimated $1.6 billion in total economic output

Generates nearly $12 million in net new annual revenues to the City’s General Fund