Neighborhood Info

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Using the latest in Internet Technology, Orange County Lofts has recently added some additional data to select Featured Communities.  As we input new data and make edits, the embedded sheets will update in real time.

Data included in this dump includes the following:

  • Amount of Units
  • Estimated Average Square Footage
  • Estimated Primary Residents
  • Estimated Rentals
  • Estimated Original Owners
  • FHA Approved
  • VA Approved
  • HOA Litigation
  • Estimate HOA Dues
  • Utilities included in HOA Dues
  • 5 Year Transaction Summary that Includes;
    • Properties Sold
    • Average Square Footage of Sold Properties
    • Average Sales Price
    • Average Price Per Square Foot
    • Sales
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Orange County just can not get enough skate parks for the few kicks who still play outdoors.  Anaheim is breaking ground on their 3rd skate park, which will be located at the Ponderosa Park & Family Resource Center at 2100 S. Haster Street.

The first phase will be a new 9,000 poured in place Skate Park located near the corner of Haster and Orangewood.

 

The planned 10,000-square-foot skate park will feature a bowl, four rails, four ramps and a designated area for youth skaters and one for teens and adults. The skate park is designed with resident input and will be constructed to fit in among the existing trees.

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The Depot at Santiago, a controversial new development adjacent to the Santiago Street Lofts, is a 70 unit affordable housing rental property with approximately 8,000 Sq' set aside for some very, very much needed retail.

The popular, and affordable, Santiago Street Lofts are about 8 blocks Northeast of Downtown Santa Ana and the Santa Ana Artist Village and there's little to no retail nearby the project.  When the Santiago Street Lofts were originally developed buyers were sold on a grand plan, named the Station District, to completely revamp the surrounding area and especially along E Santa Ana Blvd, which would connect Santa Ana's Train Depot with Downtown Santa Ana.

 

For some time the lot has been a mix of different

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