San Gabriel condo complex will include big commercial component

Plans for Pacific Square at San Gabriel include 243 residential units and 80K sf of commercial space

Sep.September 11, 2018 09:00 AM
A rendering of the Pacific Square at San Gabriel development in marketing materials (Credit: Loopnet)

A proposed condominium complex in San Gabriel will include a fitness center and grocery anchor store, along with parking to match.

Developer Pacific Square San Gabriel LLC is planning the 243-unit property at 700-800 South San Gabriel Boulevard, according to Urbanize. It would be two five-story buildings spread across a five-acre site.

Called Pacific Square at San Gabriel, the complex will have about 80,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and parking for 932 vehicles.

The LLC is run by James C. Chou and shares a Temple City address with Concord Property Management.

Newmark Knight Frank’s Bryan Norcott and William Bauman are marketing the commercial space.

Marketing materials say the development will be anchored by a 35,000-42,000-square-foot fitness center and a 20,000-square-foot grocery store. There are commercial units planned for a food hall, a cafe and two restaurants, as well as a central plaza linking San Gabriel Boulevard and Gladys Avenue.

Pacific Square San Gabriel LLC purchased the site for $29.5 million in mid-2016. It was a plant nursery but has been vacant since a fire destroyed the facility earlier this year, according to Urbanize.

The developer expects to start construction on one building in August 2020 and wrap up the entire complex four years later. [Urbanize] — Dennis Lynch 

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