Huntington Beach

Input sought on Magnolia Tank project

PUBLIC input is being sought on proposals to build on a former tank farm in Huntington Beach.

Residents of southeast Huntington Beach have until Feb. 14 to weigh in on two possible proposals to develop the Magnolia Tank Farm property.

A developer is proposing to build one of two options for the land located at 21845 Magnolia St. at the northwest corner at Banning Avenue. They are:

  • a mixed use project with a 175-room lodge; 40-budget-oriented family/overnight accommodations; ancillary dining and retail; up to 250 for-sale residential units (15 units per acre); 2.8 acres of conservation open space area (adjacent to the wetlands); 2.9 acres of park open space are; additional off-site sidewalk improvements along Magnolia and Hamilton, or
  • up to 250 for-sale residential units; 2.8 acres of conservation open space (adjacent to wetlands); 2.9 acres of park open space area; additional off-site sidewalk improvements along Magnolia and Hamilton.

A copy of the environmental impact report is available at these locations:

Conments should be directed to Ricky Ramos, senior planner, City of Huntington Beach, Community Development Department, 2000 Main St., Huntington Beach, CA 92648 or e-mail to rramos@surfcity-hb.org by 5 p.m.

The project is expected to go before the planning commission and city council in early summer 2019.

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