According to the City of Santa Ana's website, The Line is a proposed mixed use development that consists of a total of four residential apartment buildings (228 units): three buildings will be each four stories tall and the fourth building will be five stories tall. The project also proposes a 6 level parking structure. The retail/commercial and public space component, which will face the street, would comprise a total of 4,000 square feet.
According to LaTerra Development, LLC. construction is planned to start at the end of 2015.
The LaTerra Development, LLC. explains the reason for choosing the development's name, The Line, is due to the proximity of the project site's location which is located near existing and upcoming transit modes:
1) Bravo! Route 543: An existing rapid bus route, from the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), on Harbor Boulevard that stops at major transfer intersections and major destinations. The route starts at the Fullerton Transportation Center and ends at Harbor-MacArthur in Santa Ana. The advantage of this type of bus service is that it saves passengers time by not having to stop at every bus stop that the regular route (Route 43) does. On weekdays, Bravo! Route 543 runs every 12 minutes during peak hours and every 18 minutes off-peak. It runs from 5 AM to 6:30 PM. Bravo! Route 543 also has weekend service which runs every 20 minutes from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM (Source). The Line development is closest to the Harbor-Westminster Bravo! stop.
Bravo! Route 543 Map: http://www.octa.net/bravointeractive/index.htm
3) OC Streetcar: This is a planned streetcar system that would operate from the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center in Santa Ana to a new transit center at Harbor-Westminster in Garden Grove (Source and for more Info). The Line development would be closest to the Harbor-Westminster streetcar stop.