The City of Garden Grove, developer AMG & Associates, The Pacific Companies, and landowner Hoag Foundation announce the groundbreaking of Garden Brook Senior Village, an 8-story adaptive reuse project near the Korean Business District. The groundbreaking takes place on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at 1:30 p.m., at 10080 Garden Grove Boulevard. Parking is available on Kerry Street and Brookhurst Way. Limited parking spots are available at the shopping center adjacent to the site, at the corner of Brookhurst Street and Garden Grove Boulevard.
Originally named the Galleria, the project will build on an existing steel frame that has been vacant for almost ten years.
“Only through the efforts of these remarkable team players, have we been able to overcome challenges and welcome a new project that will bring tremendous advantages to this neighborhood and our city,” says Garden Grove Mayor Steve Jones.
The mixed-use project will include 11,041 square-feet of commercial space on the first floor, 394 senior-living units, community spaces including an indoor fitness area, library room with multifunctional space, two general use community rooms, and on-site laundry facilities. Outdoor community spaces will include three courtyards with seating and raised garden planters.