Few details have been revealed for the theme park portion, but recently submitted developments plans for the assemblage offer a better glimpse as to what could become of the land as Universal looks to expand.
The new owner bought the old citrus packing plant with the intention of restoring its architecture and bringing in new tenants that specialize in art and artisan food concepts.
The builder plans to break ground early as this month and will offer homes in a variety of sizes and price points.
Reunion developer Art Falcone tells us when he plans to start construction and what special perks will be available to residents of the community.
At Alta Grande, amenities include a leash-free pet park with a dog washing station; a putting green; a fire pit; a bocce ball court; a 24-hour fitness center with yoga room; an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven and beer tap; grilling stations; a sports court; a zen garden; poolside cabanas; a business center; a zero-entry, saltwater swimming pool; a poolside hammock garden; and a game room with billiards and foosball tables.
A company known for preserving affordable housing developments just bought the College Park Towers, which was built for low-income seniors.
Cantero Holdings is working to entitle about 116 acres of land along Avalon Road, just north of the new Western Way extension roadway, so it may eventually allow for more than 380 residential units.