Huntington Beach Planning Commission Approves the Development of 85 Homes

by | Sep 29, 2021 | Orange County | 0 comments

  • @UpzoneSoCal
  • @UpzoneSoCal

Bassenian Logoni Architects

Yesterday, the Huntington Beach Planning Commission approved a proposed residential project at the former Gisler School site.

The applicant, Brookfield Residential, will subdivide and redevelop the approximately 13.9 gross acre site into 85 two-story single-family residences.

Back on October 15, 2019, the Board of Trustees of the Huntington Beach City School District adopted a resolution declaring the school as surplus property with the intent to sell. Brookfield Residential submitted the winning bid and entered into a purchase and sale agreement to develop the proposed project.

siteplan
  • @UpzoneSoCal
  • @UpzoneSoCal

Bassenian Logoni Architects

Designed by Bassenian Logoni Architects, the approved homes will be compatible with surrounding residential development with respect to height, setbacks, and architecture.

As part of the approval, the project will provide mutual community benefits including improvements to Gisler Park and a $250,000 contribution towards the installation of sports field lights on a Huntington Beach City School District Property and allow access by nonprofits for recreational use.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
  • @UpzoneSoCal
  • @UpzoneSoCal
  • @UpzoneSoCal
  • @UpzoneSoCal
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments