The proposed project would develop the site with a 1,300,000 net (or rentable) square foot (up to 1,500,000 gross square feet) urban community that provides employment, services, entertainment, lodging and housing, while integrating transit, and urban amenities into a single mixed-use development. Specifically, the project would provide 150 multi-family residential units, a 230 room hotel, approximately 550,000 net square of office space (of which 100,000 net square feet would be medical office), a 2,700 seat theater complex, a 45,000 net square foot gym and 285,000 net square feet of shopping center which is broken down as follows; 140,000 net square feet of retail, 100,000 net square feet of restaurant space, and a 45,000 net square-foot market. Development would range from a minimum of one-story to a maximum of seven stories in order to spread density around the site and maintain lower profiles around site edges, specifically adjacent to residential uses to the north and northeast. The project is intended to create a "village" like setting that includes using low-rise rooftop spaces for pedestrian plazas, amenities and circulation, and a trolley that runs through the middle of the project. A transit park would also be developed with the intention of connecting to an extension of an existing DASH route and Orange Line Busway, providing direct transit access to the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area as well as to an existing MTA bus route connecting the project to Warner Center and the City of Burbank Business District. Subterranean parking for 3,312 vehicles is proposed, requiring excavation of approximately 592,000 cubic yards to material to create 3-4 levels of subterranean parking. As with the current site, access would be from Vicotry Boulevard at Ethel Avenue. A second access would be provided off Victory Boulevard at the eastern property boundary.