FOCUS: PACIFICENTER ANAHEIM PHASE ONE

The first phase of the $100-million PacifiCenter Anaheim includes a $6-million retail complex, a four-story office building, a 140-room hotel and both full-service and fast-food restaurants. Santa Fe Pacific Realty will relocate its Southern California regional office from Brea to the office building, which is scheduled for completion in December. The retail complex will have two sections, one 10,500 square feet and the other 12,500. It is also expected to be finished in December. Two additional office buildings are expected to start construction in 1992. The mixed-use office and commercial development is on a 26-acre site next to the Riverside Freeway.

FACTS AND FIGURES

Address: Southwest corner of Tustin and La Palma avenues, Anaheim

Developer: Santa Fe Pacific Realty

Architect: Langdon Wilson Architects, Newport Beach

Primary Contractor: Davcon Inc., Tustin

Leasing agents: Grubb & Ellis

Use: Office and retail

Cost: $20 million, first phase

Parking capacity: 668

Projected rental cost per square foot: $2, retail

MAJOR TENANTS

Square feet

Santa Fe Pacific Realty: 25,000

Source: The Brogger Group

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