The upwards journey of Huntington Beach’s skyline could continue as the city and community consider a huge senior housing project proposed to be built at the southwest corner of Bolsa Chica street and Warner Avenue.
What’s on the drawing boards is a five-story, 298,000 square-foot complex called the Bolsa Chica Senior Living Community, located on a 3.10-acre site. It would include 213 total living units, onsite amenities for residents, 207 on-site parking spaces and “associated hardscape and landscape improvements.”
The public review process is underway through June 15. Complete details are available for viewing in person at City Hall (Community Development Department, third floor, 2000 Main St,) and City Clerk (2nd floor) and Central Library, 7111 Talbert Street (at Goldenwest Street).
Online, go to https://www.huntingtonbeachca.gov/government/departments/planning/major/major-projects-view.cfm?ID=1124 or https://www.huntingtonbeachca.gov/government/departments/planning/environmental-reports/environmental-report-view.cfm?ID=62 .
Public hearings will be held for the planning commission and city council in August/September 2023.
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