Warner Center, a master planned community in Greater Los Angeles, is continuing to grow with the recent completion of the Q Topanga. Beginning construction approximately four years ago, the 347-unit luxury development has recently wrapped up and is now available for leasing.
Located at 6363 North Topanga Canyon Boulevard, the new seven-story building by development company California Home Builders features a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 630 square feet to 1,414 square feet. According to the property’s website, rental rates begin at $2,833 per month and go as high as $12,910 per month.
The property was designed by Newman Garrison + Partners and features a wide variety of luxury amenities. According to the architecture firm, the property boasts approximately 19,924 square feet of ground floor restaurants and office space. Additionally, the property contains a resort-style pool, rooftop deck with outdoor movie theater, a lounge and game room, gourmet kitchen and a 7,500 square foot gym and yoga studio, among many other high-end amenities.
“The Q is an original, urban-inspired luxury apartment community located in the heart of Warner Center in the San Fernando Valley. The Q was created for those who thrive on the excitement of urban living and appreciate a place that is uniquely home. Surrounded by the boundless energy, first-class dining, entertainment, shopping and opportunity of Warner Center, The Q is at once a reflection of the growing and vibrant neighborhood around it while offering a fresh, innovative approach to elevated community living,” the property’s website states.
The Q Topanga development is part of a larger multifamily project by California Home Builders. A sister building, the Q on Variel, is located adjacent to the property and features 241 residential units as well as 46,345 square feet of retail, restaurants and commercial office space. Q Variel is located at 6200 Variel Avenue and opened last year.
Both properties are located in Woodland Hills’ Warner Center community, which has seen rapid growth over the past several years. The City of Los Angeles approved the Warner Center Specific Plan in 2013 with the intention of creating a mixed-use, transit-oriented, downtown district in the San Fernando Valley. Also part of the Warner Center plan is developer Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield’s The Village at Westfield Topanga, a 30.18-acre entertainment, shopping and dining destination. Another similar mixed-use development by URW is also located within Warner Center. Called Promenade 235, the development features 1,400 residential units as well as a variety of shopping and dining.
Neither California Home Builders nor Newman Garrison + Partners responded in time to comment on this story.