Coming Soon: 270 Apartment Homes & New Restaurants
Slater Avenue, Fountain Valley
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Slater Avenue is an approved, mixed-use multi-family development consisting of 270 apartment homes, a restaurant, a coffee bar, and art gallery.
The development will offer a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units with an average size of 866 square feet with a full array of amenities and ample secure parking.
MODERN APARTMENT HOMES
The Slater Avenue development site is situated in the City of Fountain Valley in the center of Orange County, California. Just to the south are Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, and Newport Beach, and to the north are Santa Ana and Anaheim. With the newly expanded 405 freeway to be completed in 2023, Fountain Valley is expected to become the epicenter of Orange County.
Less than a mile from the property, the 405 freeway affords excellent access to Orange County and Los Angeles employment centers, John Wayne Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport.
Fountain Valley’s motto “a nice place to live” has been adopted by residents who enjoy well-maintained streets, numerous parks, a great climate, a variety of recreational programs, and a good quality of life.
Mile Square Regional Park is just a short walk from the Slater Avenue development site. This urban park offers more than 600 acres of land including three golf courses, numerous soccer fields, baseball and softball diamonds, an archery range, fishing lakes, bike and paddle boat operations and a wide variety of picnic areas.
ENERGIZING THE COMMUNITY
The development has been approved by the City of Fountain Valley and the Planning Commission and is scheduled to break ground in early 2023.
SUPPORTING WORKFORCE HOUSING
Hyundai North America, Memorial Care Corporate Headquarters, Memorial Care Hospital, and Fountain Valley Regional Hospital employ 6,000 workers within a mile of the property.
There are a total of 33,000 jobs in the City of Fountain Valley and hundreds of thousands just beyond City borders. This project is intended to support these jobs.