Stanton Planning Commission Signs Off on New Development Project

by | May 20, 2020 | Orange County | 2 comments

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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.

 

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JERRY RICH
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JERRY RICH
1 year ago

WHAT WILL THE RENT COSTS BE FOR VARIOUS SIZES FOR LIVING. WILL THIS BE CONSIDERED LOW COST HOUSING OR LOW SUBSIDED COST OF LIVING ?

1 year ago
Reply to  JERRY RICH

Thank you for tuning into Upzone SoCal. We are continually striving to provide the most complete and accurate commercial real estate news in Southern California. Based on what’s been disclosed by the City, the units will range in size from 549 to 1,280 sf and the entire project will be market-rate, with no affordable housing. Rent prices haven’t been disclosed at this time. City Council is expected to vote on this project on June 9th.