More than a year after breaking ground in Westminster's Little Saigon neighborhood, wood framing is rising high above street level at the mixed-use Bolsa Row development.

Construction of the Bolsa Row apartments in Westminster - June 2021OxBlue

Located on a six-acre site at the intersection of Bolsa Avenue and Brookhurst Street, the complex will include a 225,000-square-foot apartment complex, a Wyndham hotel, retail, and parking in a series of low-rise structures.

Furthest along in construction is the apartment building, a five-story edifice that will contain 200 studio, one-, and two-bedroom dwellings in addition to amenities and 37,500 square feet of attached retail space.

Rendering of Bolsa RowKTGY Architecture + Planning

Next-door, the planned Wyndham hotel will consist of another five-story edifice containing 148 guest rooms, a 48,000-square-foot banquet facility, food and beverage venues, and amenities.  Parking for 700 vehicles will be located in a subterranean garage beneath the building.

Bolsa Row's design and engineering team includes KTGY Architecture + Planning, interior designer Cole Martinez Curtis, VCA Structural Engineering, and MJS Landscape Architecture.  The look of the development is inspired by French colonial architecture, and will incorporate a replica of Vietnam's Bến Thành Market clock tower.

Site plan of Bolsa RowKTGY Architecture + Planning

At the time of groundbreaking in March 2020, general contractor R.D. Olson Construction estimated that work on the complex would be completed by late 2021.