Residential development at Warner Center is booming, with hundreds of apartments currently under construction and fully completed, with leasing currently underway and official openings scheduled in the next quarter. 

Eight years ago, Los Angeles City Council approved the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan that City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield had been championing as a vehicle to simultaneously spur development in his district, address a statewide lack of housing and cultivate Woodland Hills as the “downtown” of the San Fernando Valley. 

Cut to the present day and, as the accompanying map shows, more than 6,500 units are presently in process at Warner Center with more to come. 


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