Area Amenities

Westlake Landmark is part of the Westlake North Specific Plan area, a 129 acre Master Planned development featuring low rise office buildings, restaurants, supporting retail, single family homes, a park, and a hotel. Westlake Landmark enjoys immediate access to many high-end amenities. Open our interactive map to find out more.

Westlake Landmark Area Amenities

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New Development

Completed in the summer of Spring 2014 - The Shoppes at Westlake Village is a 240,000 SF retail center anchored by Target, and will also include a Total Woman Gym & Day Spa and over 100,000 SF of upscale shops and dining options that will further enhance the area around Westlake Landmark.
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Westlake Village lies in the heart of the Conejo Valley Technology Corridor, 8 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean and 38 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The community is just off the 101 Freeway allowing easy access to the extensive freeway system of Southern California.

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The City of Westlake Village has a population of 8,341*. The median incomes are among the highest in the country at $75,000. The community is highly educated, 44% have 16 or more years of education, and family oriented, 60% are married. Almost half of the population is employed in either an executive or professional position. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department polices the city, resulting in crime rates consistently among the lowest in the country.

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The City of Westlake offers a wide variety of housing options, from living on beautiful Westlake Lake to living in one of the many heavily wooded neighborhoods. Westlake Village also offers six gated communities with even greater security and privacy. Townhomes and condominiums are also choices for the Westlake Village resident with locations on the lake and in many of the gated communities.

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Residents of Westlake Village place a strong emphasis on primary and advanced education, which is evident by the fact that over 40% of the population have 16 or more years of schooling. To respond to this strong demand for high quality education are an array of sectarian and non-sectarian private schools as well as three nationally recognized school districts. The Las Virgenes Unified School District is the primary school district of Westlake Village with Conejo Valley Unified School District and the Oak Park Unified School District also servicing the area. LVUSD is made up of 12 schools: 7 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 3 high schools. Several of these schools have been named "distinguished schools" by the state or are winners of national "Blue Ribbon" recognition.

Las Virgenes Unified School District is also expanding and improving to lower student to teacher ratios and offer greater educational opportunities. In fact, LVUSD plans on building another elementary school, acquiring of an additional school site, adding a multipurpose room in Chaparral Elementary School and expanding Calabasas High School. Making sure that students have access to the latest in technology is also a major priority of the LVUSD. To this end they have added hundreds of computers, CD ROM players, laser disk systems, and video systems. Dozens of corporations in the area have also helped by donating high tech equipment to the district.

The best evidence of the high quality education in Westlake Village is the students themselves. Over 90% of graduating seniors plan on attending an institution of higher learning. The average SAT score of LVUSD students ranks well above national averages and the number of advanced placement tests taken and passed also exceeds state and national averages. For specific scores and further statistics visit the Las Virgenes Unified School District webpage at

For a new residents packet call (818) 880-4000 or pick one up at 4111 North Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas.

Adult education facilities and special education facilities are also available in the area as are daycare services.

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There are a number of high quality hotels in the vicinity of Westlake Landmark. View list of hotels.

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Westlake Village offers a number of excellent restaurants with a wide variety of cuisines. With over 100 different dining establishments in the area to choose from residents are never at a loss for something new and exciting. The Westlake Promenade, an upscale European-style shopping center, allows residents to dine in a beautiful setting, inside or out, at a number of different restaurants. From French to Japanese to fresh seafood Westlake Village offers some of the finest dining in Southern California.

The Landing, an office complex on the south side of Westlake Lake, has a number of different upscale clothing stores to choose from. The Promenade, at the corner of Westlake Blvd. and Thousand Oaks Blvd. offers locals many new boutiques as well as a Mann Movie Theater, Bristol Farms, Barnes and Noble, and Club Disney, the first of its kind in North America.

And coming in the summer of 2014, The Shoppes at Westlake Village will provide over 100,000 SF of upscale shops and dining in a beautiful outdoor environment within walking distance of Westlake Landmark.

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Religious Institutions

A number of religious institutions have presence in the Westlake Village and the greater Thousand Oaks area. See a list of Religious Institutions

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Within Westlake Village, there are a large number of great shopping opportunities. From barber shops to clothing, it's all here. Take a look at some of the stores in the area.

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Residents of Westlake Village can take advantage of both the Ventura County and Los Angeles County transportation systems. Bus service for Los Angeles County is provided by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). Bus service for the Ventura County is provided by the Thousand Oaks Transit. The MTA has a bus stop on the corner of Lindero Canyon Road and Russell Ranch Road, which is only a block walk from the business park. Bus service for Ventura County is provided by a number of different carriers. Other transportation options for the area include rail systems, chartered buses, limousines, airport shuttles, taxi services, rental cars, chartered planes and commercial airliners.

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Health and Safety are of primary concern for anyone, and Westlake Village has no shortage of hospitals and medical centers. View a list of area medical centers.

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Office Supplies

Whether you need office supplies, printing services, or shipping services, there is a long list of Office Supply options in the area of the Westlake Landmark.

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Important Numbers

View a list of important phone numbers in the Westlake Village.

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The Westlake Village City Council is composed of five members, elected at large and serving four-year terms. One member is selected as mayor. A City Manager supervises the daily operation of the city. The City Council meets on the second and forth Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm. All City Council meetings are broadcast live on WVTV Channel 10, accompanied by a replay schedule each week. View Westlake Village City Government

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Recreation & Fitness

Westlake Village is located 8 miles inland at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains. This ideal location gives residents and visitors a wide variety of recreational activities from which to choose, along with a number of local health club and gyms.

Local Recreation and Fitness Opportunities

  • Santa Monica Mountain National Recreation Area - miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and camping
  • Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy - full schedule of cultural and educational programs throughout the year
  • Northeast of Westlake Village - mountains great for climbing and snow skiing
  • Nearby beaches of Malibu, Point Dume and Zuma
  • Westlake Lake - fish, boat, or sail in a 150 acre lake stocked with catfish, bass and green gill
  • Westlake Village - wide array of walking paths, biking lanes, greenbelts, and parks
  • 6 local golf courses, both public and private, and multiple tennis, racquet, sailing, equestrian and yachting clubs
  • A number of fitness facilities and health clubs in the area

Being only 38 miles from downtown Los Angeles allows Westlake Village residents to take advantage of the cultural amenities Los Angeles offers. Museums such as the new Getty Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Los Angeles County Museum, and the Japanese American National Museum are a short drive from Westlake Village, along with venues such as the Disney Concert Hall and the Staples Center. There is also an abundance of local museums and cultural centers including the Civic Arts Plaza in Thousand Oaks and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.

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In 1881, a large portion of what was previously two Mexican land grants, was purchased by Andrew Russell. After the ranch traded hands twice, once in 1925 to William Randolph and then again to Fred Albertson in 1943, the American-Hawaiian Steamship Company bought the 12,000 acre ranch for $32 million. In cooperation with Prudential Insurance Company the area was commissioned for the preparation of a master plan community. The motto became "city in the country." From that point forward Westlake Village has been a community dedicated to preserving the natural environment of the area. The members of the Westlake Village community have deviated little, if any, from these original plans resulting in a beautiful city that has all the amenities of a modern community while preserving the natural beauty of the area.

For more information on the City Westlake Village visit the Westlake Village Chamber of Commerce at

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