420-Unit Student Housing Project Faces Fullerton City Council
Tomorrow, the Fullerton City Council will head a proposal to demolish a series of existing office buildings and construct a new student-oriented residential housing project located at 2601, 2701 and 2751 East Chapman Avenue.
The applicant, Core Spaces and Amplify Development, is proposing to construct a new six-story student-oriented housing project with neighborhood-supporting commercial space on the ground floor. The student housing project will consist of 420 units (1,251 beds) with 12,438 square feet of neighborhood-supporting commercial space on the ground floor and a parking structure with 376 parking spaces (338 residents/guest and 38 retail).
The project would provide a wide variety of residential unit types from micro and studio units to two-level townhome units with four beds and four baths. The ground level of the proposed building would contain the commercial tenant spaces and associated outdoor public area; resident amenities, including leasing office and residential units. The remaining residential units would locate on all upper floors. The project proposes indoor and outdoor open space amenities throughout the property including patios, balconies, fitness areas and a roof deck including a pool.
Designed by DLR Group, the project will have a contemporary design with natural tones and textures as colors and materials.