Category: News

20 Nov 2019

New in South Coast Metro 11-19-19 | Paradise Dynasty to Anchor Food Hall

Dumpling Favorite Paradise Dynasty to Anchor Food Hall From Orange County RegisterBy Anne Valdespino Most recently is was Holsteins, serving boozy shakes and burgers, and before that it was Charlie Palmer. Now the first US location of Paradise Dynasty, the internationally acclaimed, Singapore-based dumpling restaurant, will move into that prime, 5,000-square-foot space at Bloomingdale’s in South Coast Plaza. And that’s not all. Paradise Dynasty will anchor the upstairs at a new food hall called Collage, […]

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03 Sep 2019

New in South Coast Metro 09-03-19 | 226 Apartments to Replace Church in Santa Ana

226 Apartments to Replace Church in Santa Ana From Urbanize Los AngelesBy Steven Sharp Developer Legacy Partners could replace a small church near the South Coast Plaza shopping mall with a multifamily residential complex, according to a presentation to the Santa Ana Planning Commission. The project, slated for a 3.59-acre property at 651 West Sunflower Street, calls for razing the nearly 10,000-square-foot church to make way for the construction of a five-story, 226-unit apartment building wrapping around a […]

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14 Aug 2019

Press Release 08-14-19 | Hotels in SCM Refresh Guestrooms & Public Spaces

Hotels in South Coast Metro Refresh Guestrooms and Public Spaces SOUTH COAST METRO, Calif., August 7, 2019 – In keeping with the evolving contemporary architectural and inspired interior design style that is becoming a hallmark of South Coast Metro, one-half of the area’s hotels are now refreshing guestrooms and public spaces or planning to do so soon.  The balance of the hotels will be looking to update in the near future to assure guests continue […]

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31 Jul 2019

New in South Coast Metro 07-31-19 | South Coast Plaza Honors César Pelli

South Coast Plaza Honors César Pelli’s Architectural Works Costa Mesa, CA, July 2019 – South Coast Plaza pays tribute to the internationally renowned architect, Cesar Pelli, who died at 92 on July 19 at his home in New Haven, Conn. Pelli designed buildings which are part of an arts, culture and business hub in Orange County that South Coast Plaza’s cofounder, Henry Segerstrom, envisioned more than 50 years ago. Located steps away from each other in Costa Mesa, Pelli’s body of work in Orange County consists […]

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