4-Story, 86-Unit Affordable Housing Project Faces Anaheim Planning Commission
Next week, the Anaheim Planning Commission will consider a proposal to construct an affordable housing project located at 110 West Midway Drive.
The proposed project by National CORE would include the demolition of all existing structures on the project site and the development of 86 affordable housing units in one four-story building. The unit mix would consist of 29 one-bedroom units, 35 two-bedroom units, and 22 three-bedroom units.
The project will include 128 parking spaces including 18 garage spaces, 12 carport spaces, 21 tandem spaces, and 77 open spaces. 92 bicycle parking spaces will also be added.
The proposed project would also provide 1,700 square feet of public flex space on the ground floor that could provide space for a range of uses or community services. The ground floor would also contain a 3,300 square foot community center which would include a clubroom for Boy and Girl Scouts and YMCA programs, as well as a leasing office where for supportive services and programs, such as economic mobility programs, health and wellness, and child after school care programs.
Additional amenities would include an outdoor recreational courtyard with a tot lot, community gardens, a swimming pool, an outdoor fireplace lounge area, restrooms, and a dog park. In addition, the project also would include a community roof deck on the fourth floor for residents.
In total, the proposed project would include 22,220 square feet of common open spaces and 6,172 square feet of private open space.
Designed by KTGY Architecture, the proposed building exteriors would incorporate white and grey stucco bodies, taupe fiber cement panels, black fiber cement siding, ash and white brick veneer, bright accent colors, and vinyl windows.