Citadel Outlets and Parking Structure

Retail | Commercial | Parking Structure

Design services were provided for the approximately 150,000 SF of factory outlet store buildings built behind an Assyrian Castle wall, which once served as a backdrop in the movie Ben Hur. The Citadel Outlets, Los Angeles’ only outlet center, opened in November 1990 as a mixed-use project which includes a retail outlet center, a food court, five office buildings, and a 201-room hotel. In the second phase of the project, a single-level parking structure over grade of 207 cars total with steel and metal deck framing was constructed, along with a single-story building of 147,000 SF and an addition of approximately 13,000 SF of second floor to suite 547. BWE continues to provide various tenant improvements and expansions.

Structural EngineerBWE
ОwnerCraig Realty Group
ArchitectAwbrey Cook McGill Architects
Completion Date2005 to 2017