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Mid-Century Building Reborn as Santa Ana Arts Collective

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Los Angeles-based developer Meta Housing Corporation delivered Santa Ana Arts Collective – 58 affordable homes in Santa Ana. Studio One Eleven’s design adapted a 1965 office building into 100% affordable, studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom live-work lofts.

The project adds 10 new affordable two- and three-bedroom townhomes. The development at 1666 N. Main St. includes art studio spaces, a dance studio, art gallery, two music studios and other arts-focused amenities for both residents and the public. The project design supports the City’s mission of developing Main Street into an arts corridor.

Studio One Eleven’s Michael Bohn, AIA, says, “Santa Ana Arts Collective brings exceptionally high-quality affordable homes to a community that will benefit from an infusion of artists and other creatives. This much-needed housing joins arts programming and transportation improvements, all integrated to further uplift the Main Street Cultural Corridor.”

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