West End Parking Structure


GPI Companies | Hudson Pacific Properties


Construction Cost
$20 million

Completion Date

Project Size
1,000 spaces

West End Parking Structure

Los Angeles

The iconic Westside Pavilion, a landmark shopping mall in the city of Los Angeles was reimagined and repositioned as a new landmark of creative tech office spaces with open courtyards, indoor outdoor environments and natural light flooding the workspaces.

Walter P Moore is the architect of the brand new parking structure that replaced the existing obsolete parking structure on site. It serves as parking for Google’s new headquarters on the Hudson Pacific owned One Westside development as well as parking for the GPI owned West End development.

The project addressed many challenges including zoning restrictions, FEMA flood plain criteria, and interfacing with existing non-conforming conditions. Walter P Moore lead the design team to create a cost effective and user friendly parking structure that has been approved by LADBS.