Mixed Use Development Proposed in Downtown Santa Ana

Credit: City of Santa Ana
By: Chad Kim

Located in the heart of Downtown Santa Ana, is a proposal to construct a mixed use development consisting of two lots.


A proposal brought forth by Northgate Gonzales Real Estate and Red Oak Investments entails constructing a mixed use development at 409 and 509 E. 4th Street in Downtown Santa Ana. The first lot (Building A) bounded by French Street, 4th Street, 5th Street and Mortimer Street is currently developed with a Northgate Market. In its proposed replacement, entails constructing a five story building (93 residential units) that wraps around a  four level vehicle parking structure bringing 210 vehicle parking spaces with entrance at 5th Street. In addition to residential, Building A also proposes including ground floor restaurant space and market (total 7,270 square feet) abutting 4th Street. 

The second lot (Building B) is bounded by Mortimer Street, 4th Street, 5th Street, and Minter Street. This site is currently partially developed with retail and auto repair shop. The proposal for Building B entails constructing a three story building (40 residential units) with constructing 40 private garages to be located to the east side of the site. 

In total, the proposal will bring a total of 133 residential units. There will be an upcoming Sunshine Ordinance Meeting on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at the Latino Health Access (Address: 450 W. 4th Street, Santa Ana, CA). 

Site Plan: 

Credit: City of Santa Ana
Credit: City of Santa Ana
The current proposal comes amid another residential mixed use that is proposed in Downtown Santa Ana at the corner of Main Street and 4th Street. 

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