motel, medical office buildings, associated parking
The proposed project is located on an approximately 1.14-acre site located at the northeast corner of Main Street and Culver Avenue/Stewart Avenue at 353 South Main Street, 331 South Main Street, and 393 South Main Street in the City of Orange. The proposed project includes the construction of a four-story building of up to 137,500 sf for medical office and supporting ground-level retail adjacent to the existing St. Joseph Hospital Campus. Parking would be provided on site within a subterranean garage containing up to five levels of parking. Construction would include the demolition of the existing motel and medical office buildings on site, vegetation and parking lot removal, excavation, grading, placement of new concrete foundations, building construction, and the installation of landscaping, irrigation, lighting, storm drain facilities, and underground utilities.
Palmyra ES, West Orange ES, Sycamore ES, Unity Middle College HS
Santa Ana River
Additional schools: St. John’s Lutheran School of Orange, Santiago ES, Portola MS
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Office (Medical Office)(Sq. Ft. 137,500, Acres 1.14, Employees 275)
Site Plan, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.), Design Review, Other
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