What is Tarzana Crossing?

Tarzana Crossing is a “Community Concept” that has been a site of study for many years. It is a mixed-use, transit-oriented community hub, including restaurants, light manufacturing, general commercial offices, four schools (including one college), community services (such as a rehabilitation center), the San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center and a large creative office development. Our project area is located in the immediate corridor surrounding the Metro Orange Line Bus Station at Reseda Blvd.

The Tarzana Crossing Final Report, a partnership with Los Angeles City Planning and the community, details a vision of a walkable, transit-oriented community reflecting the character and historical value of Tarzana. Survey results from the community are included in this report, detailing their desire for street improvements, enhanced uses of the area, and adding to the character of the Metro station.

Our community is eager and excited for changes, as most comment on the potential that exists in a neighborhood in which industrial, transit, commercial, schools, public services and cultural centers bring so much diversity of services.

The Great Streets Challenge

The Great Streets Challenge is a program of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Great Streets Initiative to envision, collaborate on, & build transformative street infrastructure projects. Tarzana Crossing refers to the area surrounding the Orange Line stop at Reseda & Oxnard. Tarzana Crossing is a 2019 Great Streets Challenge participant and we want to hear from you about how to improve the area bounded by Wilbur St, Topham St, Etiwanda Ave, and Oxnard St.

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We Need Your Help To Secure Funding

We are on the Great Streets Challenge short list of 12 Los Angeles organizations to receive $500,000 in funding for improving and beautifying Tarzana. In the very near future the city will be selecting 4 of the 12 projects and we need your support to secure the funding.

Please click below to complete this short survey and be sure to share it with your friends.

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Working Together

As the new Elevar project for creative office space is being built, Tarzana Crossing and the San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center were called upon to help develop a new mural for one of their buildings. We contacted well-known mural artist, Levi Ponce to design and paint a 218’ x 17’ mural that would both add beauty to the Tarzana Crossing corridor and bring an artistic edge to the complex. The mural itself is a tribute to Jane (of Tarzan and Jane) and Levi incorporated historical images into the mural design. This collaboration with Alvarez & Marsal Capital Real Estate is our contribution to Tarzana Crossing as an up-and-coming arts district.

Project Video

The Tarzana Crossing committee ready to take surveys at the Metro Orange Line station.
Art by artist, Kwei-lin Lum
Tarzana Crossing postcard.
Taking surveys at the Metro Orange line station.
Getting ready for CicLAvia in the West Valley.
Kathy delle Donne and Marissa Levi at CicLAvia.
Jackie Langa, VP of The Museum of the SFV, Veronica Vos, Staff Member from Councilmember Bob Bluemnfield’s office and Anne Osman, Tarzana Crossing committee member at unveiling of the elevar mural.
Kathy delle Donne, President of the Tarzana Improvement Association and the Plan Review Board for the Ventura-Cahuenga Boulevard Corridor Specific Plan along with Matt Citron, Director of Alvarez & Marsal Capital Real Estate for the Elevar project.
Kwei-lin Lum, Susan Spector and Pat Bates from the SFV Arts & Cultural Center.
Mark Velarde and Matt Citron from Alvarez & Marsal Capital Real Estate along with Levi Ponce, mural artist.
Unveiling of the mural for the Elevar project which is being built in the Tarzana Crossing corridor.
One of the SFVACC banners along the Tarzana Crossing corridor.
Celebrating the Tarzana Centennial at LA City Hall with Councilmembers Bob Blumenfield and Paul Koretz.
Watching the interview and time lapse video of the mural being painted

Contact Us

Email us at [email protected]

Thank You

Special thanks to Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, The Tarzana Improvement Association, West Valley Warner Center Chamber of Commerce, San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center and Columbia College Hollywood.

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