Construction begins on 206-unit luxury apartment complex at Central Park Village – Orange County Register

The next phase at the Central Park Village mix-use development now has a builder, a name and an expected completion date.

Construction has started on the 206-unit luxury apartment complex at the former site of the Brea Community Hospital, which was demolished in 2006.

The apartments will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, including two-story, townhome units on the penthouse level.

The complex also has plans for a clubhouse and lounge area, resort-style pool and spa, fitness center, indoor pet wash facility and rooftop deck.

Western National Group announced the plans for the complex, which will be named Calligraphy, earlier this month.

“The limited supply of new multi-family product in Brea, coupled with pent-up demand, has generated extremely low vacancies,” said Patrick Simons, managing director of Western National Group. “Based on this, Calligraphy will be well-positioned to cater to the tremendous existing demand and will contribute to the ongoing economic growth of the local Brea community.”

The luxury apartments, which are scheduled to be completed by early 2019, are part of the $100 million-plus Central Park Village, which also includes townhouses, a 1-acre privately managed park, parking garage, a three-story medical office building and 30,000 square feet of commercial space.

City officials said the addition of more than 200 units to the project was part of the original plan and they don’t expect it to cause any significant traffic issues.

“Any development which brings people will bring vehicles, so there will be more trips on the streets,” said David Crabtree, Community Development Director. “But, the project was subjected to a traffic study back before it went to the Planning Commission and City Council and it was found that the increase in traffic could be accommodated by the street system without tripping any adopted, unacceptable, level of service.”

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