The developer behind Warner Square, a proposed mixed-use complex at 21300 Oxnard Street in Warner Center, has gone back to the drawing board.

Now, according to the agenda of this week's meeting of the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee, a revised plan for the development has swapped the proposed hotel and apartments for a six-story senior housing building featuring 134 assisted living and memory care units.  The proposed medical office building is imagined as a six-story, 112,000-square-foot building with an attached five-story parking structure.

Although an on-site hotel may no longer be part of Warner Square, the project may just be moving down the street.  Per a second agenda item from the upcoming PLUM meeting, a parcel a short distance west at 21322 Oxnard street is slated for a seven-story building featuring 127 guest rooms and amenities above one level of basement parking.  A Goodwill Donation Center that currently occupies a portion of the project site would remain in place.

Both properties are situated almost directly across the street from the former home of the Los Angeles Daily News, where Fairfield Residential is in the midst of construction on a $70-million apartment complex featuring 379 residential units.