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ANAHEIM | LT Platinum Center | FT | 28 & 26 Floors

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"Plans call for a mega-development complete with a 28-story condo tower, a 26-story hotel, a theater, alfresco dining and an indoor surfing park. The Anaheim project — planned on 14 acres at the corner of State College Boulevard and Orangewood Avenue — is part of a wave of Asian investment in large-scale Southern California developments.

Anaheim unveiled plans for the so-called Platinum Triangle more than a decade ago, pitching the neighborhood as a downtown for all of Orange County.

"Our entire goal is to create a sense of place for the Platinum Triangle … to get back to the vision the city originally had," said Randy Jefferson, an executive director for developer LT Global Investment Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of Beijing's LT Commercial Real Estate.

The developer, however, must first cut a deal with the Angels and the city to secure the needed parking for such a large development. Adding another layer of uncertainty, the Angels have explored moving elsewhere as negotiations with Anaheim over stadium renovations have stalled."
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Now that the announcement has been made, some think that this will sway the decision of the Angels as to whether they stay in their current location.
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Chinese company's development near Angel Stadium shrinks because Angels unwilling to give up parking spaces


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"ANAHEIM – A Chinese development company on Tuesday said it could not reach an agreement with the Angels to use some of the parking at Angel Stadium – prompting the company to significantly scale down a proposed $450 million residential, hotel and commercial complex."...

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Anaheim, Angels say yes to $450 million project next to stadium

Oct. 19th, 2016

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ANAHEIM – The Anaheim City Council and the Angels gave their blessing to a developer’s plan to build a massive, L.A. Live-like project near Angel Stadium.

The council on Tuesday unanimously approved LT Global’s LT Platinum Center, a $450 million mixed-use development that would include a hotel, high-rise office buildings, stores, entertainment, apartments and condominiums on a 15-acre lot on State College Boulevard and Orangewood Avenue in the city’s Platinum Triangle area.

“This is consistent with the original vision of the Platinum Triangle,” Mayor Tom Tait said. “This will draw and bring people in and be a catalyst for future growth. We look forward to this happening.”

The Angels were seen as the final hurdle for the development.

The council was set to decide on the project last month, but LT Global officials requested to postpone the hearing to work out issues with the Angels.
http://ltplatinumcenter.com/



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Dodger Stadium needs this kind of development on their parking lots. So much potential.
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