The De Soto/Burbank Master Plan Project (Project) would be developed on an approximately 24.4-acre site located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of De Soto Avenue and Burbank Boulevard (Project Site), in the Woodland Hills community of the City of Los Angeles (City). The Project Site is currently improved with a contemporary corporate office park (known as Warner Center Corporate Park), consisting of 12 low-rise commercial structures (Existing Buildings), each on a distinct parcel, ranging in height from one to three stories, supported by surrounding surface parking lots. The Existing Buildings include approximately 340,339 square feet of floor area.
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Residential (Units 1009), Office (Sq. Ft. 1.1 mil), Commercial (Sq. Ft. 0.3 mil)
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