Glendale's Westgate City Center Faces Possible Foreclosure

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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.

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