The revised site plan for the River Park calls for two athletic fields (one with a track), a 50-meter swimming pool, eight tennis courts, and a gymnasium. A walking/jogging track circumnavigates the perimeter of the site and a network of public plazas, water features, wooded areas, and other natural spaces together comprise six acres of valuable and enjoyable open space.

The plan includes a system that will capture, clean, and reuse stormwater run-off from both the project site and the adjacent residential neighborhood to the north. As the first private system to treat public run-off at this scale in the City of Los Angeles, it is an example of Harvard-Westlake’s commitment to developing an environmentally responsible project.

The revised site plan below highlights in green the areas that will be open to the public each day (tennis courts would have a nominal charge for use).