There are big changes planned for the City of Santa Ana. City officials recently debuted their plans for the “Transit Zone” which was formerly called the Renaissance Plan area.
“The new development rules at the heart of the city’s proposal would clear the way for more than 4,000 new homes and some 387,000 new square feet of shops and eateries. It would create a new high-rise district near the train station, with towers as tall as 25 stories,” according to the O.C. Register.
Guy Ball, a Santa Ana historian, commented about this plan thusly, on the Register’s website: Continue reading