The draft site plan for the Harvard-Westlake River Park calls for the development of two athletic fields (one with a track), a fifty-meter swimming pool, eight tennis courts, and a gymnasium. Above ground, the plan also features a walking/jogging track around the entire perimeter of the site and a network of public plazas, water features, wooded areas, and other natural spaces that together comprise a publicly-accessible six-acre River Park. Underground, the plan calls for the development of a parking garage that will ensure visitors to the Harvard-Westlake River Park never need to park on neighboring streets. The plan also includes one of the largest privately funded stormwater capture and treatment systems in Los Angeles, a testament to Harvard-Westlake’s commitment to developing an environmentally responsible project.
The site plan below highlights in green the areas that will be open to the public from sunrise to sunset each day. The area in yellow-green is the tennis courts and will be open to the public when not in use by Harvard-Westlake. The area highlighted in light blue is the core athletic amenities such as playing fields, pool, and gym which will be open to community stakeholders through a reservation system when not in use by Harvard-Westlake.