The transition of the Brookhurst Triangle area into a major commercial and residential hub may take another step forward as the Garden Grove Planning Commission considers a proposal to build a five-story mixed use project there.
Dr. Michael Dao is applying for a site plan and tentative parcel map to construct the project at the northeast corner of Garden Grove Boulevard and Brookhurst Street on a 1.86-acre plot of land formerly occupied by a furniture store and a used car lot.
The project would consist of 9,786 square feet of retail space, 9,270 square feet of medical space and 52 apartment units with a 22.5 percent affordable housing density bonus for “very low income” households.
This proposal comes as the six-story Garden Brook Village mixed-use development located nearby approaches competition and the start of construction for the second residential phase of the Brookhurst Place mixed-use project gets underway.
Also on the agenda is a proposal to demolish two buildings at 12641 Industry St. and 12691 Pala Drive to build a new 148,284-square foot industrial building in the area east of Knott Street and north of the Garden Grove Freeway.
Additionally, planners will consider proposals for a new convenience store at 8725 Garden Grove Boulevard and the construction of two new two-story single family homes at the northwest corner of Beverly Lane and Eneo Place. That’s northwest of Lampson Avenue and Brookhurst Street.
The commission will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 19 in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Ave.
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