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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.

Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange
Rendering of Magnolia on the Park by Architects Orange