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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Willowbrook, CA, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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California Pizza Kitchen permanently shuts down in Willowbrook Mall

WAYNE — California Pizza Kitchen has permanently closed its bar and restaurant at Willowbrook Mall due to the coronavirus pandemic.The West Coast chain, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week, shut multiple locations for the same reason, but a spokesperson for the company would not say how many. The virus outbreak led to rent issues with landlords of some restaurants, including the one in Wayne, the spokesperson said."We loved serving the Wayne community and thank our guests for the...

WAYNE — California Pizza Kitchen has permanently closed its bar and restaurant at Willowbrook Mall due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The West Coast chain, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week, shut multiple locations for the same reason, but a spokesperson for the company would not say how many. The virus outbreak led to rent issues with landlords of some restaurants, including the one in Wayne, the spokesperson said.

"We loved serving the Wayne community and thank our guests for their patronage," the rep wrote in an email.

Nancy Barbary, senior general manager for Brookfield Properties, a Chicago-based firm that leases space at the mall, did not return a call placed to her cellphone.

The dining scene at the mall is a revolving door of openings and closings.

Brio Tuscan Grille shut its location there in January. But, that closing was preceded by openings last year of Buffalo Wild Wings and P.F. Chang's China Bistro. The mall has five sit-down restaurants.

California Pizza Kitchen opened at the mall in June 2002. Before the virus outbreak, the chain had more than 240 locations across the globe, plus 16 others at airports, casinos and sports venues in the U.S.

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The Wayne restaurant was the chain's only one in the county. Its nearest location is at Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus.

The recent bankruptcy filing does not mean that California Pizza Kitchen is going out of business.

In a statement posted to its website, the chain explained that Chapter 11 protection will allow it to restructure its debt and to "emerge as a stronger company."

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Willowbrook Park, Fed By Rainwater, Is An Example of LA’s Stormwater Treatment Future

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The prevailing goal in Southern California has been to get water that falls from the sky away from our roads and buildings as quickly as possible.

Willowbrook Park, Fed By Rainwater, Is An Example of LA’s Stormwater Treatment Future

Much of the rain washes out to the ocean — often carrying trash and other pollutants. The L.A. Times reported up to 10 billion gallons poured into the Los Angeles Basin in recent storms and only about 20% will be captured.

“We thought of [stormwater] as a liability as a society,” said waterworks engineer Art Castro at L.A. Department of Water and Power’s Watershed Management Group. “Now we're moving into, 'let's reuse that water. It's a precious resource'.”

L.A. County has plans to double the amount of rainwater currently captured every year and use it to provide nearly two-thirds of the county’s drinking water.

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“These projects are not cheap,” Castro told KPCC’s AirTalk. “They're going to help the city to become more resilient and sustainable. That has a price tag.”

Voters approved a new property tax in 2018 meant to raise up to $300 million a year to fund the capture and treatment of stormwater.

It will take decades to build the infrastructure needed. LADWP’s Stormwater Capture Master Plan is a well-saturated 144 pages.

But we already have examples of what can work. Take, for example, Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park in South L.A.’s unincorporated Willowbrook.

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The 126-acre park was once the site of an ExxonMobil Oil Corporation oil storage and distribution site that polluted the ground beneath it and the Ujima Village public housing project.

Nearly two-thirds of the nearby community is Latino and about one-third are Black. More than 40% of the surrounding community makes less than $35,000 a year, according to county documents.

In 2014, the county started creating a master plan to renovate the park for the first time since 1985 and in the process, better utilize natural resources including rainwater.

“They wanted this kind of world-class park for the community of Willowbrook,” said landscape architect Wendy Chan. The firm she works for, AHBE/MIG helped design and shepherd the renovation. “They deserve a park that’s equitable for the community.”

The ongoing $135 million renovations include a 20,000-square-foot community center, a new playground, and the area’s first off-leash dog park in South L.A.

The goal was also to create a less-thirsty recreational area. The park's two man-made lakes and landscaping had long been maintained by potable — aka drinkable — water.

And since 2021, the park has captured, cleaned, and stored millions of gallons of water annually.

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The renovation also restores some of the habitat that gave Willowbrook its name. Cattails, bulrush, and willows at the south lake’s edges create a freshwater marsh. The dense wall of vegetation also deters the Canada geese from splattering the walking path with poop — a concern shared by parkgoers early in the design process, Chan said.

Chan’s favorite feature is the chairs and picnic tables that jut into the lake, creating little island-like oases.

“You can hear the trickling of the water or the birds chirping,” Chan said. ”You have a moment of nature in the city.”

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These “secret spots,” are one of the highlights of visiting the park for Gardena resident Dana Crawford and her 2-year-old daughter, who loves the renovated playground and feeding the ducks.

“Hopefully people will just take care of it,” Crawford said. “It’s something good to have for this community.

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Lehrer Architects creates Willowbrook Apartments in LA for disabled veterans

Lehrer Architects creates Willowbrook Apartments in LA for disabled veteransBright colours provide an uplifting environment for formerly homeless tenants at a Los Angeles complex with micro-apartments and a community ...

Lehrer Architects creates Willowbrook Apartments in LA for disabled veterans

Bright colours provide an uplifting environment for formerly homeless tenants at a Los Angeles complex with micro-apartments and a community building that was designed by local studio Lehrer Architects.

The complex, Willowbrook Apartments, provides permanent, supportive housing for veterans with disabilities who have experienced homelessness.

Located in the Willowbrook neighbourhood in South Los Angeles, the complex sits next to a popular church and near public transit options. It was built on a trapezoidal site that had sat vacant for years.

Meant to be a model for future projects throughout LA County, the complex was created in partnership with LA County and a nonprofit development consortium, RETHINK Housing, which Lehrer Architects helped start.

The complex consists of a linear bar with vinyl roofing and a taller, angular building with a sloped roof covered in asphalt shingles.

The buildings are set around a courtyard and plaza-style parking lot, and the whole assembly is "orchestrated to become a coherent urban campus, even on a small scale", the team said.

Exterior walls are clad in cement planks. The planks were chosen for their "great durability, aesthetic and resilience – not to mention, no termites", the team said. The elevations facing the courtyard are finished with stucco.

The bar holds seven micro units – each measuring 300 square feet (28 square metres) – while the other building contains a multipurpose room, restrooms, storage space and refuse services.

Weaving through the complex is a yellow-painted pathxway designed to provide "an enriched sense of arrival".

"Each bend and turn in the path provides real or implied mindful pause from the street to the front door, enhancing the separation from the public realm to the private," the team said.

"This is something that is meaningful and critical for all residents, but even more so for those that have previously been unhoused."

Apartments are fronted with covered patios that are shared between two units. The patios provide both individual and shared space and allow for indoor-outdoor living.

The studio apartments are set side by side, with mirrored layouts that helped maximize efficiencies of construction.

Along one side are an entry closet, a galley-style kitchenette and a countertop that morphs into a shelf and desk. Along the other side are a spacious bathroom and a combined living-sleeping area.

"Whilst petite, the units are designed to have the longest interior view possible as well as the longest counter space possible, and an overall generosity of natural light and exterior view," the team said.

High ceilings give the studios an airy atmosphere, and skylights usher in daylight.

Interior finishes include white-painted drywall, standard residential cabinetry and quartzite countertops. Floors are a mix of concrete and epoxy.

In addition to universal design elements, such as wide passageways, the team incorporated splashes of bright yellow throughout the complex.

"It's fresh and very California," said Lehrer Architects.

"The yellow – along with apricot, fresh green and a touch of sky pool blue – is used to define the couplets of units, energize the place without over-energizing it and keep it livable with a joyous edge."

Willowbrook Apartments is meant to be a model for similar developments, which historically have faced numerous challenges, said Lehrer Architects founder Michael B Lehrer.

"For these communities to be realized – with a level of beauty, intention and design-consciousness not often seen in these types of projects – everyone involved must go beyond their professional and, often, financial comfort level," he said.

Lehrer added that to destigmatize affordable housing projects and their residents, it's important to support the idea of "complete neighourhoods," which have multiple forms of housing. Willowbrooks Apartments is a good example of this concept.

"This project is a model of how a complete community should include multiple forms of housing existing in harmony together and caring for every resident, especially the most vulnerable," he said.

Lehrer Architects has been creating shelter for vulnerable populations for over two decades.

Six years ago, it began working with the nonprofit developer Restore Neighborhoods Los Angeles and the community bank Genesis LA to create prototypes for affordable starter homes in South LA.

He also mentioned that significant challenges lie in trying to proliferate these projects.

"Bureaucratic challenges remain extreme, if not deadly, particularly leading up to permitting and construction," said Lehrer.

"When it comes to tackling the housing crisis in Los Angeles, innovation often stalls because there is no clear path to financing new housing models," the studio added.

That effort evolved into the consortium RETHINK Housing, which has several sites that are built or permit-ready. The group often buys land that is overlooked by the developers and covers the cost of creating housing.

Other projects by Lehrer Architects include two micro-home projects in North Hollywood for homeless residents – Alexandria Park Tiny Home Village and the Whitsett West Tiny Home Village. Both feature brightly coloured micro homes on narrow pieces of land.

The photography is by Michael B Lehrer. Drone photographs are by Lehrer Architects.

DAISO will celebrate the opening of its Willowbrook store on April 1, 2023

Daiso, Japan’s favorite retailer, is pleased to announce that it will open a new store at Commons at Willowbrook in Houston, Texas on March 29. This opening marks the 5th Daiso location in the Houston area.As a value driven company, Daiso’s retail stores provide customers the opportunity to shop a wide range of quality products at a great price. “Our mission is to create joy through a fun shopping experience with unique products at an extraordinary value. Daiso’s expansion into new markets aligns with our visio...

Daiso, Japan’s favorite retailer, is pleased to announce that it will open a new store at Commons at Willowbrook in Houston, Texas on March 29. This opening marks the 5th Daiso location in the Houston area.

As a value driven company, Daiso’s retail stores provide customers the opportunity to shop a wide range of quality products at a great price. “Our mission is to create joy through a fun shopping experience with unique products at an extraordinary value. Daiso’s expansion into new markets aligns with our vision to create an opportunity for everybody to Discover Daiso!” says Lance Twitty, Chief Merchandising and Supply Chain Officer for Daiso USA.

The Daiso store at Commons at Willowbrook encompasses 7,300 square feet, and features items that include products from stationery, kitchen, cosmetics, home goods and more. This will be Daiso’s 92nd U.S. store. Across the globe, the retailer has more than 5,500 stores and 3,300 stores in Japan alone. John Clarke, Chief Development Officer for Daiso USA says, “The Willowbrook location is just the next step in our growth strategy. We currently operate 92 units in 6 states, with more states opening in 2023 and 2024. Houston based Daiso customers have shown us through our online business and social media their desire for us to have more stores in the area. That certainly influenced our timing expanding in this region”.

Daiso will celebrate its soft opening at Commons at Willowbrook on Wednesday, March 29, beginning at 10 a.m. The official grand opening of the Commons at Willowbrook store is on April 1. The first 100 customers that make a minimum purchase of $30 on April 1st and 2nd will receive a free goodie bag.

The Commons at Willowbrook Daiso store is anchored by neighboring tenant Ulta and is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Daiso was founded in 1977 in Japan and entered the US market in 2005. The Daiso US headquarters is located in La Mirada, CA.DAISO Houston Texas (Commons at Willowbrook), Grand Opening CelebrationWhen: Saturday & Sunday, April 1-2, 2023 | 10:00AMWhere: 7740 FM 1960, Houston, TX 77070 (Next to Ulta Beauty at Common at Willowbrook)RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1243409799933672

Grand Opening Promotions:● Goodie Bag for the first 100 customers with minimum $30 purchase on both days (04/1 & 04/2/23), while supplies last.Contact: marketing@daiso-usa.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/daisojapanusa/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daiso_usa/Twitter: https://twitter.com/DaisoJapanCA

Tío Juan's Margaritas at Willowbrook Mall in Wayne closes permanently

WAYNE — Tío Juan's Margaritas, a bar and restaurant known for by-the-pitcher sangria, hand-shaken cocktails and Mexican food, has permanently closed at Willowbrook Mall.The Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based chain did not respond to media inquiries, but a representative for the mall's landlord confirmed the closing on Monday.Lindsay Kahn, a spokeswoman for Chicago-based Brookfield Properties, said the eatery shut down at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of last year and did not reopen....

WAYNE — Tío Juan's Margaritas, a bar and restaurant known for by-the-pitcher sangria, hand-shaken cocktails and Mexican food, has permanently closed at Willowbrook Mall.

The Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based chain did not respond to media inquiries, but a representative for the mall's landlord confirmed the closing on Monday.

Lindsay Kahn, a spokeswoman for Chicago-based Brookfield Properties, said the eatery shut down at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of last year and did not reopen.

"We will share news about the space when we are able," she added.

Tío Juan's was on the southwest side of the mall, near the entrance to the food court. It opened in April 2018, in space formerly occupied by Ruby Tuesday.

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The chain has 25 restaurants, which are spread mostly throughout New England. Its two remaining locations in New Jersey are in Toms River and Woodbridge.

Tío Juan's is now the second sit-down restaurant to close at the mall because of the pandemic.

California Pizza Kitchen, which had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, cited the virus outbreak when it shut down its location at the mall last summer.

The 51-year-old retail center, anchored by three department stores, has 34 dining options — including one that opened its doors this week.

Yard House, noted for its vast selection of draught beer, tapped its kegs on Monday. Its 10,885-square-foot restaurant, featuring a 31-seat bar, is the chain's second location in the state. A third has been planned for American Dream, the East Rutherford shopping hub.

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