Architecture

Airport-area midrise proposes 350 apartments plus retail, dining and a park

Airport-area midrise proposes 350 apartments plus retail, dining and a park

Developers behind a proposed mid-rise, mixed-use complex in Newport Beach near John Wayne Airport say they have learned from a project that unsuccessfully sought city approval last year.

With 350 apartments, a 2,000 square-foot space for a casual restaurant, 5,500 square feet of other retail and a half-acre park, Newport Crossings would occupy a 5.7-acre patch bound generally by Corinthian and Martingale ways, Scott Drive and Dove Street. A shopping center built in 1974 currently sits on the spot.

It’s the same property that would have seen The Residences at Newport Place, a denser project that the Newport Beach

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