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Thanks to a tipster for the website LAOCDB, renderings have emerged for Jefferson Stadium Park, a planned $364-million mixed-use development in Anaheim's Platinum Triangle.

The project, which is being developed in three phases by the Texas-based real estate firm JPI, would rise from an approximately 17.6-acre site at the corner of Gene Autry Way and State College Boulevard.  Plans call for the construction of three five-story structures, comprising 1,079 residential units and approximately 9,800 square feet of ground-level commercial space.

Elevation plans from Architects Orange portray a trio of modern apartment buildings, clad with materials including smooth finish plaster, fiber cement boards and metal panels.

JPI is currently seeking approvals from the City of Anaheim, with the expectation of breaking ground on the project by the end of 2016 and finishing sometime during 2018.

Stadium Park is the second major development for JPI in the Platinum Triangle district, following a 400-unit multifamily building located north on Katella Avenue.

The mixed-use complex would sit almost directly across the street from LT Platinum Center, a $450-million high-rise development planned near Angel Stadium.

Image via Google Maps

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