According to the environmental document with regard to this project, The Heritage Mixed Use Project is a planned project located in the eastern side of the City of Santa Ana. Specifically, the proposed project is located at the intersection of Red Hill Avenue and Dyer Road at 2001 East Dyer Road. The site of the project is 18.84 acres large. The residential component consists of a total of 1,221 multi-family apartments. The apartments are planned to consist of the upper three stories out of the total five stories (67 feet and 6 inches tall) and it is proposed to have a total of three buildings. The bottom two floors, of each building, would consist of retail and restaurants all totaling to 18,090 sq. ft.
Currently, the site has an existing warehousing and office building. The proposed plan is to replace the warehousing portion and retain the office which is two stories and is 56,000 square feet. The proposed project is also planned to provide open space (public and private spaces). More information can be found about the open space component on page 2-7 of the document. With regard to parking, the project is planned to provide a total of 2,496 parking spaces of which 2,270 would be residential parking spaces, 118 non-residential parking spaces, and 108 parking spaces for the existing office component.