A large property flanking the Santa Ana Freeway could be redeveloped with townhomes, according to a staff report to the Anaheim Planning Commission.

The 7.17-acre site, located near the northeast corner of Euclid Street and Lincoln Avenue, consists of four contiguous lots owned by the City of Anaheim and Anastasi Development Company.  Plans call for razing existing uses - including a manufacturing facility - make way for the construction of 115 attached one-, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings.

The proposed development would consist of 27 separate buildings, each standing three stories in height.  Architectural plans show that a mix of roof decks, balconies, and private patios.  All units would sit atop a two-car garage.

Project applicant has proposed approximately 34,000 square feet of common open space amenities, including a courtyard with a pool, a spa, and three pocket parks.

Although the project would not include on-site units for low-income households, its developer has agreed to provide $115,000 to the City of Anaheim's affordable housing programs.

The staff report argues that the proposed development is consistent with surrounding land uses, and recommends that the City of Anaheim should grant it approval.