At its meeting today, the Santa Ana Planning Commission will consider a proposal to construct a multifamily residential complex on adjacent to Santiago Park.
The project, called Magnolia on the Park, would replace an office building and a surface parking lot on a six-acre site at 2525 Main Street. Developer Arrimus Capital proposes the construction of a two-to-five-story structure 496 residential units, circled around an eight-story, 904-car internal parking garage.
Architects Orange is designing the contemporary wrap-type type development, which would offer a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, with an amenity package that includes a fitness center, courtyards, and rooftop decks.
The Magnolia development is still in the midst of its environmental review period, with a final report scheduled to be issued in late 2018. A timeline for the project beyond that point has not been announced.
A project website has been established by Arrimus to track progress.
- Santa Ana Archive (Urbanize LA)