ANAHEIM, CALIF. — The mayor and city council of Anaheim have unanimously approved construction of Jefferson Stadium Park, a 17.9-acre development adjacent to Angel Stadium of Anaheim, home of Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels.
Multifamily developer JPI is building the $364 million project, which centers around a 1,079-unit luxury apartment community. The development also includes a 1.1-acre public park and 14,600 square feet of retail space. The company plans to break ground in December.
Residents of Jefferson Stadium Park will have access to Anaheim’s Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC). The development is one mile from the Downtown Disney Shopping District, Disneyland and California Adventure theme parks. Also nearby is the public marketplace of the Anaheim Packing District.
This is the second project for JPI in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle neighborhood. Currently under construction is the $120 million Jefferson Platinum Triangle, a 400-unit luxury apartment community scheduled for occupancy in the fall of 2017.
“Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle is a model for development efforts that encourage new projects, enhancing quality living experiences for the community,” says Heidi Mather, senior vice president and development partner for JPI. “This new project only strengthens our commitment to be a part of the revitalization of this core area of Anaheim.”
JPI’s Western Regional Division is based in San Diego. The company has developed 15 luxury apartment communities throughout California totaling over 5,800 units.
— Jeff Shaw