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Plans for 'creative office space' at former L.A. Times site head to Costa Mesa Planning Commission

Plans for 'creative office space' at former L.A. Times site head to Costa Mesa Planning Commission

A vision to reshape the former Los Angeles Times newsroom and printing plant in Costa Mesa into a creative campus with hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space will go before the city Planning Commission on Monday.

Commissioners will review a preliminary master plan to develop 655,000 square feet of office space on 23.4 acres east of Harbor Boulevard and west of Susan Street, between South Coast Drive and Sunflower Avenue.

Currently, the site is occupied by the former Times facility, offices, a helipad and a baseball field.

The preliminary master plan calls for the property to be developed in three phases. The first, dubbed

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