Time extension for Tina-Pacific?

THE STANTON CIVIC CENTER complex (OC Tribune photo).

Things take time.

When the Stanton City Council meets on Tuesday, it will consider extension of an exclusive negotiating agreement with several entities regarding the Tina-Pacific Development affordable housing project.

Brandywine Acquisitions Group, C&C Development Company and National Community Renaissance of California are partnering to build apartment homes in the area of Magnolia Avenue and Pacific Avenue.

The environmental impact report indicates that a 161-unit multi-family project would be constructed. The City of Stanton has been purchasing properties in the area which would be demolished and replaced with newer housing.

At issue is whether to grant a 180-day extension to the partners to negotiate a disposition and development agreement which would clear the way for the project to proceed.

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