The BBSP will guide future development of properties along Beach Boulevard in the
City of Anaheim. The BBSP establishes a community-driven vision for future development of this area. This vision is supported by new development standards, permitted and prohibited uses, design guidelines, sustainable practices, economic development incentives, and capital improvements that improve the quality of life for all future users of the corridor. The SEC Lincoln and Beach Project implements the BBSP, by constructing a mixed-use project consisting of 134 three-story townhomes, a five story 100-unit apartment building and a 5,000-square foot retail use and removing an existing telecommunications antenna and constructing an approximately 70 foot tall new ground-mounted monopine.
The SEC Lincoln and Beach Project is subject to the following discretionary approvals:
• Final Site Plan (FSP2020-00003): to determine compliance with the BBSP
• Tentative Tract Map (SUBTM19022): for a three-lot subdivision to include one lot with 134 "airspace"
• Conditional Use Permit (CUP2021-06102): to permit the relocation of an existing telecommunication
antenna, which would exceed the maximum permitted height by more than ten percent
• Tier II Development Incentive (MIS2020-00746): to allow a 10-foot wide building to building setback where the Code requires a 15 foot wide setback between buildings in exchange for including affordable units as part of the SEC Lincoln and Beach Project.