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Ground Broken on Luxury Apartment Complex in Santa Ana

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Tilden-Coil Constructors broke ground recently in Santa Ana on a luxury apartment complex called The Marke @ South Coast Metro.

Image courtesy of Lyon Communities
The Marke
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The developer on the project, which is scheduled for completion next year, is Lyon Communities, Newport Beach. The architect is COE Architecture International, Culver City.

The mixed-use complex will feature 300 apartments, ranging in size from 720 to 1,470 sq ft and includes 2,551 sq ft of retail space.

The nearly full acre of rooftop amenities include a resort-style pool and spa with multiple entertainment areas and private cabanas, an outdoor sports bar, and 7,600-sq-ft clubhouse featuring a fitness facility and exercise studio, a movie theater, professional billiards and card room, a video game area, two bowling lanes, a gourmet demonstration kitchen and Wi-Fi café.  Two community courtyard parks with multiple barbeques, picnic and entertainment areas are part of the community, as are multiple e-business centers, a pet grooming spa, multiple bicycle storage areas, additional storage units and a full-service “Café Deli” and convenience shop. It also includes a pet grooming spa.


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