Rendering with streetscape view of Westfield Promenade 2035.

Rendering with streetscape view of Westfield Promenade 2035.

Shopping mall developer Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has unveiled new illustrations for Promenade 2035, its 34-acre mixed-use complex in Warner Center that will replace the current Westfield Promenade mall.

The $1.5 billion development, which will include roughly 1,400 residential units, 280,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 731,500 square feet of offices and a 572-key hotel, will also include a 10,000-seat entertainment and sports center and a 5,655-vehicle parking area.

The complex will abut Westfield’s 2016-completed outdoor mall Westfield Village. Just north of the Village retail center is Westfield’s venerable indoor mall, Westfield Topanga, which is currently going through a $250 million renovation.

Different components of the Westfield Promenade 2035 project — which has gone through its share of revisions and adjustments based on community input since the proposal was submitted to the city of Los Angeles in 2016 — are being designed by architecture studios Johnson Fain, HKS Architects and Togawa Smith Martin.

Construction launches in multiple phases beginning in 2021.

Entitlements for the project will go before a Los Angeles City Planning Commission hearing May 28.