After several years at the Westfield Promenade shopping center, the Woodland Hills Post Office will be moving to 21200 Oxnard Street.
The new location will open Aug. 24, near Oxnard Street and Variel Avenue. Medical device company Thermo Fisher Scientific was the previous tenant of the 52,581-square-foot, single-story commercial building.
The Promenade site, one of the last operating businesses at the nearly empty mall owned by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, will close at 3 p.m. Aug. 21. USPS took over the former Macy’s space in 2017 after it had to move from its location on Clarendon Street because of a redevelopment project.
“The Postal Service’s lease for the Post Office expired, and it was forced to relocate to 6101 Owensmouth Ave. on a temporary basis three years ago,” USPS said in a statement, referring to the Promenade. “The Owensmouth facility was always intended to be a temporary location.”
The Promenade is slated for redevelopment. Three restaurants and the West Valley-Warner Center Chamber of Commerce remain at the shopping center. AMC theaters announced its departure in February, opting for new space at Westfield Topanga shopping mall.