Stanton Planning Commission Signs Off on New Development Project
A proposed mixed-use development called The Mint is one step closer to construction after being cleared by the Stanton Planning Commission.
The proposal by Bonanni Development would develop a 5- and 7- story mixed-use building consisting of 300 housing units, 6,313 square feet of commercial space and a 6-story parking structure located at 12736 Beach Boulevard.
The project will include 27 studio, 178 one-bedroom and 95 two-bedroom apartments.
Architects Orange will be designing a modern building with earth tone palettes and a range of residential amenities including a communal kitchen, lounge facilities, a fitness area, game room and a business center.
The proposal would amend the City’s General Plan and Zoning Code to accommodate the project’s proposed density of 80 dwelling units per acre and allow for a building height above the current five-story limit.
The 3.75-acre site currently consists of commercial buildings including two vacant restaurants and a pool supply store, which are slated for demolition.
The Mint is expected to appear before the Stanton City Council next month.