Legacy Partners JV Opens Leasing for California Community
Formerly a church, the Santa Ana site has been repurposed into a 226-unit residence.
Legacy Partners and joint venture partner DWS Group have begun leasing their 226-unit community in Santa Ana, Calif. Situated in the South Coast Metro, Bloom is a five-story building developed from a repurposed former church site.
The community, designed with wrap around parking, features studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts ranging from 601 square feet to 1,195 square feet. Rents begin at $2,575. The property features a spa, pool, clubhouse, business center, co-working space, lounge, barbeque area and dog park, as well as outdoor walking paths, fireplaces and cabanas. Residents will have access to two elevated roof decks. Locker and storage spaces are available for rent.
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Situated on 3.5 acres at 651 Sunflower Ave., Bloom is a redevelopment project, utilizing a property that was formerly the Sound Four Square Church. Residents are a flew blocks away from Tanaka Farms and in close proximity to retail, dining and entertainment options in the Costa Mesa Arts District.
The largest luxury shopping area on the West Coast, South Coast Plaza, is nearby, as is the Orange County Museum of Art and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Freeways 55 and 405 connect the property to large employment centers.
TCA Architects headed up design for Bloom while Kinley-Horn was the civil engineer, DCI was the structural engineer, BMLA was the landscape designer and JMI was the general contractor. According to the property website, resident apartments will be available beginning in mid-May.
Earlier this year, Legacy Partners was in the process of planning a 350-unit development in Daytona Beach, Fla. The project is located on the site of a former Macy’s and is set to feature a fitness center, yoga and spin studio and heated saltwater pool.