Will the City of Santa Ana ever get around around to unveiling Renaissance Plan 2.0?
And when they do, will it be what you expected, or just a watered down, late to the party type of plan that Santa Ana's "Leadership Team" usually rolls out?
Judging by the Agenda from tonights Planning Commission, it appears Santa Ana has no plan and maybe not even a strategy.
1. AMENDMENT TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NO. 2005-02 AND AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NOS. 2005-10 AND 2005-15 (Vince Fregoso/Ann Ni)
Filed by NDC Skyline Association, LLC and Integral Communities to amend Development Agreement No. 2005-02 and Conditional Use Permit Nos. 2005-10 and 2005-15 to allow the rental of units at the Skyline Towers and Montage Projects located at MacArthur Place South.
Nothing like taking two 25 story residential towers with 349 units built at a cost of roughly $ 350 Million project, designed to revitalize a portion of Santa Ana and turning it into Orange Counties tallest rental units.