A Los Angeles City Planning Commission hearing on a proposed $150-million high-rise office complex in Woodland Hills has been postponed to April 27, a planning official said.
The hearing had been scheduled Thursday. But the developer, Warner Ridge Associates, obtained a continuance to add a last-minute change to the environmental impact report on the proposal, said Michael Davis, city hearing officer.
The 22-acre development proposal, known as Warner Ridge, has been the subject of controversy in Woodland Hills for more than two years. Some residents oppose the nine-building proposal, saying it will worsen traffic in the area. Supporters say it would add needed jobs and serve as a buffer between the industrialized Warner Center and nearby homes.
The Planning Commission is scheduled to meet at 9:30 a.m. April 27 at the Van Nuys Woman’s Club, 14836 Sylvan St.