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 Engineer


  • Оwner

    Craig Realty Group

  • Architect

    Awbrey Cook McGill Architects

  • Completion Date

    2005 to 2017