Montage Development, a real estate firm based out of Calabasas, is planning to redevelop a parking lot near the Orange Line in Warner Center.

The .43-acre site, located at Vanowen Street and Canoga Avenue, is slated for a six-story building which would feature 150 apartments above nearly 8,100 square feet of retail space and parking for 226 vehicles.

Montage's project sits directly across street from the 46-acre site where United Technologies Corporation is looking to build a "sustainable urban community," consisting of mid-rise and high-rise structures featuring apartments, offices, and hotels above pedestrian-oriented commercial space.  Both projects are informed by the Warner Center 2035 Plan, which seeks to steer orient future development in the neighborhood around walkability and transit.

Additional details are currently unclear.

21401 W. Vanowen Street (Image: Google Street View)
21401 W. Vanowen Street (Image: Google Maps)

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