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New 8-story hotel proposed in Woodland Hills

201 rooms and a ground-floor restaurant

A closed restaurant seen from the street
The proposed site of the hotel
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Things are really heating up in Woodland Hills, where Urbanize LA reports a new eight-story hotel is being planned along Ventura Boulevard, just south of Warner Center.

The proposed hotel, which will replace a former seafood restaurant, would rise 112 feet and include 201 rooms, an 8,200-square-foot banquet room, 3,200-square-foot restaurant, pool deck, and other as-yet-unnamed amenities. Four levels of below-ground parking would also be included.

Meanwhile, just a couple miles north, with its new Village at Westfield Topanga up and running, Australian developer Westfield recently filed plans for a massive mixed use development at the site of the mostly derelict Promenade Mall.

Plans for the hotel project will be revealed at a meeting today of the Woodland Hills-Warner Center Neighborhood Council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee. The committee will also review plans for a seven-story residential project and a medical office tower.