Developer Natura City, LLC has received the approval of the City of Irvine to begin construction on a seven-story, 120-unit condominium complex.

The Blue Bay development, slated for a nearly two-acre site in the Irvine Business Complex, will offer a mixture of one-to-four-bedroom apartments, ranging from 842 square feet to 2,260 square feet in size.  Plans call for a rooftop pool deck, external townhome units and a parking garage at the interior of the building.

The project is being designed by MVE + Partners, a local architecture firm with offices in both Orange County and Downtown Los Angeles.  Rendering portray a glassy mid-rise building lined with balconies.

Rendering of Blue Bay (Image: MVE + Partners)

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