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Legacy Partners, Invesco Advance Plan for 1,050 Apartments at Costa Mesa’s Hive Campus

Legacy Partners and Invesco are moving ahead with plans to turn the Hive creative office campus in Costa Mesa into residential, the Orange County Register reported. The proposed Hive Live residential site will be constructed over three phases and is planned to result in 1,050 rental units spanning three buildings. 

In a unanimous vote, the Costa Mesa City Council last week gave the developers the green light to begin the process of rezoning the 14.25-acre property. Currently the site houses various businesses, some restaurants and the Chargers’ performance facility, reported the Register

The three residential buildings will be inspired by “human motivation,” according to a presentation from the developers. The Innovator building will be modern and aimed at renters who like to socialize; the Explorer will be geared to creative, outdoorsy types; and the Eco-Enthusiast building will feature sustainable elements for those who enjoy meditation and prioritize wellness. 


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