Glendale's Westgate City Center Faces Possible Foreclosure

Glendale's Westgate City Center Faces Possible Foreclosure
Navin via flickr

Westgate City Center

in Glendale may soon fall victim to a growing national recession and uncertain future of the Coyotes. 

A notice of trustee's sale was filed by the Westgate ownership group against the two entities that own the center (Entertainment Center Development LLC and Coyote Center Development LLC), according to a press release from Ellman Companies, the parent company of Westgate.

Until Westgate and its group of lenders can agree to new financial terms, the complex -- currently home to Apricot Lane boutique, C'est Bien skincare, and Samira's Accessories -- may face foreclosure.

Westgate representatives say the company plans to "remain committed" to providing high-level service. And Nicole Traynor, a spokeswoman for Westgate, says no further comment will be made beyond Monday's press release.

The City of Glendale also released a statement saying that Monday's filing will "not impact" current operations and the center's doors, at Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue, will remain open.

Follow Jackalope Ranch on Facebook and Twitter.

Sponsor Content


All-access pass to top stories, events and offers around town.

Sign Up >

No Thanks!

Remind Me Later >