News – Groundbreaking set for Stanton mixed-use project: “Friday, February 3, 2006
Groundbreaking set for Stanton mixed-use project
Renaissance Plaza to house lofts, townhouses, retail.
The Orange County Register
STANTON – The city will celebrate the groundbreaking of a new project that is designed to transform a dilapidated area into an urban village.
A ceremony will take place at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the former Stanton Plaza Center, at Beach Boulevard and Orangewood Avenue.
Developer Brandywine Homes will construct the Renaissance Plaza, a mixed-use project with lofts, townhouses and retail space. The project will cost $90 million.”

Wow, isn’t this interesting. There are also mixed use development projects in Anaheim, Santa Anna, Ladera Ranch, and plans for Orange redevelpment near the train station as well as Aliso Viejo near town center. Now thats progress. For more information on these projects visit and please send a message.