A proposal to build a 53-unit townhouse development in the Century Triangle of downtown Garden Grove was approved by the city’s Planning Commission Thursday night.
On a 4-0 vote with two members absent, the commission approved the application from Brandywine Homes to construct the project on the three-acre site in the area formed by Century Boulevard, Taft Street and Walnut Street. It would be immediately to the west of the Costco store.
The development would include interior streets, open space areas and an urban trail. The area is now partially vacant, with some portions occupied by automotive and other uses.
The proposal is expected to come before the Garden Grove City Council for final approval on Aug. 10.