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.
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.