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Over six acres of land located south of the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center is slated for a new residential development, per an agenda item from this week's meeting of the Santa Ana Planning Commission.

The property at 1026 E. 4th Street, which currently functions as a truck storage facility, would be redeveloped with 117 residential units in a mix of small lot houses and attached townhomes.  Each building would stand three stories in height, featuring two-, three- and four-bedroom floor plans between 1,865 and 2,305 square feet.

A handful of site plans and renderings also show pockets of green space located throughout the project site.

Additional details about the project are currently unclear.

Image via City of Santa Ana
Image via City of Santa Ana
Image via City of Santa Ana

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