Warner Center Site Once Destined For Extended Stay Hotel To Become Retail, Coffee Shop

Goodwill Donation Center at the site would remain untouched because of its architectural significance.
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Instead of a planned seven-story extended stay hotel proposed in 2017, a Warner Center site, at 21322 W Oxnard Street, will now most likely see two new ground-up commercial spaces.

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Plans call for the land to be split into two parcels, one housing a commercial space for retail, office, or medical, and the other is being proposed as a “large coffee emporium/restaurant.”

Both buildings would be new construction.

The Goodwill Donation Center open at the site since late-2009 would remain untouched as the Woodland Hills/Warner Center Neighborhood Council has deemed the building as “architecturally significant.”

The proposed 5,800-square-foot freestanding, retail, medical, or office building could be ready for occupancy as early as Q2, 2020, and is being marketed through CBRE.

Recently-published marketing materials suggest the spaces are still available for lease.

Information regarding the proposed coffee use was not immediately available Saturday.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.

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