Westminster

Bolsa Row project before panel

 

BOLSA ROW development at Bolsa Avenue and Brookhurst Street in Westminster, as originally proposed and approved (City of Westminster).

When the Bolsa Row development was first proposed in Westminster in 2017, Donald Trump was a brand-new president and the Rams had recently left St. Louis to return to Los Angeles.

On Wednesday, the Westminster Planning Commission will consider a series of actions to clear the way for the development of the long-delayed project. IP Westminster LLC is proposing to build a 149-room hotel and a two-story 39,286-square foot retail building at 10000 and 10010 Bolsa Avenue (at the southeast corner of Brookhurst Street) in the Little Saigon area.

The project originally got its final approval in June 2018, but the applicant is asking for a development review, administration adjustment and conditional use permit amendment.

Changes in this version would include:

  • a subterranean parking structure
  • elimination of the “Celebration Bridge”
  • the addition of a “sky lounge” on the hotel rooftop
  • “reductions in the quantity and size” of the electronic message boards

Also on the agenda is the election of a chair of the commission – the post is currently vacant – and possible election of a vice chair. The latter position is now held by Don Anderson.

The meeting will be held virtually via teleconference at 6:30 p.m.

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