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Later today, the Santa Ana Planning Commission will consider a proposal from AMG & Associates to construct a mixed-use development just west of the Costa Mesa Freeway. 

The proposed development, located at 2020-2110 E. 1st Street, calls for the construction of a six-story building that would feature 552 rental dwellings above approximately 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and a 620-car parking garage.  Plans call for a mix of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units, which are described as "affordable family apartments."

Architects Orange is designing the podium-type complex, which will incorporate eight interior courtyards, which are being designed by Thomas H. Phelps Landscape Architecture.

According to a staff report on the project, AMG would offer shuttle service for residents, with a direct connection to the Santa Ana Civic Center and commuter rail station.

A staff recommendation to the Planning Commission suggests approval of the AMG project, which is being called "First Point."

AMG & Associates is also behind plans for a similar 419-unit development located just east at 2222 E. 1st Street.

Rendering of AMG First Pointe. Image via City of Santa Ana.
Rendering of AMG First Pointe. Image via City of Santa Ana.
Rendering of AMG First Pointe. Image via City of Santa Ana.
Rendering of AMG First Pointe. Image via City of Santa Ana.
AMG First Point site. Image via City of Santa Ana.

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