The Warner Center Brings 2 Luxury Projects to LA

The buildings, dubbed Q East and Q West, will each have a rooftop deck, fitness center and yoga studio, indoor/outdoor poolside club/lounge, gourmet teaching kitchen and outdoor lounge with TV screens and fireplace.

The Warner Center in Woodland Hills, Calif. will be home to two new mixed-used, luxury apartments known as Q East and Q West. The projects have been designed by Newman Garrison + Partners and both developments have been designed to fulfill the Warner Center Specific Plan, a project designed to be a modern-luxe haven, attracting young professionals and Millennials. Both projects are slated to begin construction in winter of 2017 and scheduled to open in 2019. 

Q East 

The 241-unit Q East comprises 3.2 acres and sits above 46,345 square feet of commercial and retail space, as well as live/work lofts on the ground level. Located between Erwin Street and Variel Avenue, residents have access to a variety of amenities including a resort-style pool courtyard, an outdoor movie theater, 2,673 square feet indoor/outdoor poolside club and lounge, game room, gourmet teaching kitchen and outdoor lounge with TV screens and a fireplace, a 7,500-square-foot fitness and yoga studio.

The property also features 8,572 square feet of outdoor open space and a raised two-story restaurant with a rooftop terrace bar/lounge and dining area. The exterior façade of the restaurant has been turned into an “Iconic” illuminated art mural, which comes to life at night, creating a prominent architectural feature enhancing the outdoor experience. 

Q West

The 347-unit Q West encompasses 2.7 acres and sits above 19,924 square feet of commercial and retail space on the ground level. Located on Topanga Canyon Boulevard across from The Village at Westfield Topanga Shopping Mall, residences will have access to a resort-style pool courtyard, fifth floor rooftop deck overlooking the pool and outdoor movie theater for evening events with lawn seating. Other amenities include a 2,673-square-foot indoor-outdoor poolside club/lounge, game room, gourmet teaching kitchen and outdoor lounge with TV screens and fireplace, a 7,500-square-foot fitness and yoga studio with state-of-the-art equipment. 

The two developments are a partnership between Newman Garrison + Partners and California Home Builders. In October, Cusumano Real Estate Group also selected Newman Garrison + Partners to design Olive Stations, a 324-unit apartment community in Burbank, Calif. 

Renderings courtesy of Newman Garrison + Partners