Harvard-Westlake received a variety of feedback during its extensive outreach process, and is proud that the revised site plan preserves vital community resources, boasts a number of environmental improvements, creates new public amenities, and protects the surrounding neighborhood. Specifically, the revised plan proposes:
- Preservation of clubhouse, restaurant, and putting green in their current locations and remaining open to the public.
- Relocation of tennis courts to the northern area of the property, immediately to the west of the clubhouse building. A public courtyard and gathering space will be built in the area between the clubhouse and the tennis courts.
- Reduction in size of gymnasium from three courts to two, significantly shrinking the footprint of the building.
- Earthen berms and an eight-foot sound wall will be constructed along the north side of the River Park to shield the neighborhood from noise.
- Relocation of athletic fields
- The west field has been moved south, toward the LA River and further away from Valley Spring Lane.
- The east field has been moved substantially south, toward the fire station and gym and away from Valley Spring Lane.