About Warner Center

Once owned by movie mogul Harry Warner, the eldest of the Warner Brothers, who used the land as a horse ranch and family retreat, Warner Center, located in the west San Fernando Valley in the City of Los Angeles, is a unique mixed-use community consisting of 1100 acres of residential, retail, entertainment, commercial office, corporate headquarters and manufacturing uses. Over 14,000 people call Warner Center their home while another 45,000 arrive daily to their place of business.  Bounded by the Ventura Freeway on the south, the west side of Topanga Canyon Boulevard (on the west), the Los Angeles River to the north and De Soto Avenue to the east, Warner Center serves as the gateway to the surrounding communities of Calabasas, Hidden Hills and greater Ventura County.

Warner Center is based on a philosophy of “local living”; a place where one can choose to live, work and play without daily reliance on their cars.  The broader community includes a diversity of housing, jobs, entertainment, shopping and exceptional schools, all leading to a quality of life that is second to none.

Major employers in Warner Center include Kaiser Permanente, Anthem, Activision, Marriott, Farmers Insurance, Universal Music Group, Viking River Cruises, Zenith Insurance, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Healthnet.

As Warner Center continues to fulfill and expand upon its role as a regional center, it will capitalize on its transit accessibility and expand upon its walkability to enhance the quality of life of its employees, residents and guests.