The proposed reborn Village Center straddling Stanton and Garden Grove along Beach Boulevard will feature some new eateries and other businesses.
Here’s what confirmed so far for the commercial portion of the mixed-use center on the west side of Beach at Garden Grove Boulevard.
According to Matthew Peralta, communications specialist for Stanton, on that city’s side of the project, new tenants will include:
- In-N-Out burgers, with a drive-through and dining room
- Raising Cane’s, a restaurant specializing in chicken fingers
- Planet Fitness, an “affordable” gym with training and equipment.
On the Garden Grove side, according to Lisa Kim, community development director, for that side of the Village Center, new tenants will include:
- Panda Express, fast food Chinese cuisine
- Chase Bank, a branch of one of America’s largest banks.
The Village Center, which dates back to 1980, has 4.1 acres on the Garden Grove side (north of Garden Grove Boulevard, on the west of Beach Boulevard) out of the total of 21.87 acres.
Under the plan for the entire site, the northern 11.89-acre portion (all within Stanton) will be devoted to residential development. The remaining part – 10.18 acres – will include 6.08 acres on the Stanton side.
Changes planned for the center include renovation of facades and interiors of the remaining retail and commercial spaces and the addition of two new pad buildings.
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