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Triada at Station District | Santa Ana, CA

Affordable | Attached Residential
99 Units | 3.76 AC | 26.7 U/A

878 - 1,464 SF


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These two adjacent sites consist of 99, newly constructed two and three bedroom homes, and are anchored by a neighborhood-serving retail space, public art sculpture, childcare facility, Management/Leasing and Resident Services Building, all at the major street intersection within the community. The perimeter of the site is aligned with townhouses, which provide direct street access and orientation, obscure the secure car parking structure, and disguise the buildings bulk and belie its density. Grand staircases lead residents and visitors from the street up to courtyard-oriented townhouses, landscaped walkways, tot-lot, BBQ and sitting areas as well the Resident Building, which includes community kitchen, computer lab, multi-purpose rooms, outdoor living room, fireplace and common laundry facilities. Open retail and guest parking is provided to ensure visibility and ease of access. The architectural character is an interpretation of the Mission Revival Style, which evokes a heightened sense of urbanity and relationship with nature through the subtle use of smooth planer walls, recessed widows and delicate detailing. Its acceptance by a skeptical neighborhood was crucial to ensure the City’s long-term commitment to re-development in the area and upon completion and has become the centrepiece for the City’s overall Master Plan.


2014 Gold Nugget Grand Award

Affordable Project under 30 du/ac

2013 Best in American Living Platinum Award Affordable Home, Detached or Attached

2013 AHA Affordable Housing Award

Project of the Year – Large Development

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