Months of political posturing have finally lead to a detente between developer L.T. Global Investment, Inc. and the Anaheim Angels, allowing plans for a $450-million mixed-use complex to move forward in the Platinum Triangle. LT Platinum Center, slated for a 15-acre property near Angel Stadium, would consist of 340 residential units, 200 hotel rooms, 77,000 square feet of offices, 3,500 parking spaces and 440,000 square feet of commercial floor area. Plans call for a 28-story residential tower, which at nearly 350 feet in height, would become Orange County’s tallest building.
Approximately $6 billion in investment is coming to Anaheim, by way of expansions to the city’s major theme parks and new commercial developments surrounding Angel Stadium. Besides the addition of the much-vaunted Star Was land at Disneyland Park, planned developments include four luxury hotels, an expansion of the Anaheim Convention Center, new homes, offices, hotels and retail destinations in the Platinum Triangle district. This past July, Anaheim granted approval to a trio of hotels in the city’s Resort District.
Over the weekend, Transit Coalition forumer Rubbertoe snapped a few pictures of construction work on the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, otherwise known as ARTIC. The $180 million station is situated within Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle, with easy access to the Honda Center, Disneyland, Angel Stadium and the Anaheim Convention Center. The Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum designed project will link multiple OCTA bus lines and the future Anaheim Streetcar with Metrolink and Amtrak train service.
L.T. Global Investment, Inc., the American arm of Hong Kong-based LT Commercial Real Estate Limited, has revealed updated plans for a mixed-use complex which would rise next to Angel Stadium in Anaheim. The approximately $450-million project, slated for a 14.8-acre property at State College Boulevard and Orangewood Avenue, would consist of a series of high-rise and mid-rise buildings featuring 340 residential units, 200 hotel rooms, 77,000 square feet of office space, 3,500 parking spaces and more than 440,000 square feet of commercial floor area.
Trammell Crow Residential has announced the purchase of a 4.3-acre site in the CtrCity Anaheim district, where the Dallas-based real estate firm intends to construct a mixed-use development. The property, bounded by Lemon Street, Lincoln Avenue, Anaheim Boulevard and Cypress Street, is currently developed with a vacant AT&T facility and a parking lot. It is entitled for a four-story building with 220 apartments and ground-floor retail space. The project, to be known as Alexan CtrCity, is scheduled to begin construction in August 2016 and finish by the fourth quarter of 2018.
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.