Garden Grove

Center expansion to planners

GARDEN GROVE Planning Commission will meet on Sept. 2 to consider expansion of the Target center at Brookhurst Street and Westminster Avenue (Shutterstock).

The shopping center at the northwest corner of Brookhurst Street and Westminster Avenue may be in for a facelift and expansion.

On Thursday, Sept. 2, the Garden Grove Planning Commission will hold a public hearing to consider a site plan and other permissions to make changes at the center, now anchored by a Target department store.

The applicant (Sunbelt Stores, Inc.) is proposing to demolish the existing Firestone auto repair shop and replace it with a 5,600-square foot drive-through multi-tenant building. Additionally, the developer proposes to build two new 4,000-square-foot drive-through pad buildings and one new 4,000-square foot multi-tenant building attached to the Target store.  That building will take the place of the department store’s former garden shop.

Also at the meeting, a public hearing will be held to consider approval of a one-year extension of a site plan and conditional use permit to build a 2,232-square foot 24-hour convenience store and fueling station at the northwest corner of Chapman Avenue and Dale Street.

The commission will meet at 7 p.m. in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Ave.


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