Master Planning

The Row at Redhill

Santa Ana, CA


1,100 DU | 14.7 AC
74.82 DU/AC | 80,000 SF RETAIL




Design Architect
Architect of Record

The Row at Red Hill celebrates Santa Ana’s industrial heritage and promotes an enriched and diverse culture, healthy community living, and a thriving regional economy. The 14.7-acre master plan comprises four distinct neighborhoods totaling 1,100 apartment homes fronted by 80,000 square feet of retail, an energetic mix of public and private amenities, and community gathering space.

At the gateway sits the Market Hall, a carefully curated experience featuring local restaurants and food concepts that reflect Santa Ana’s diverse culture and unique identity. In addition to dining, visitors to the 20,000-square-foot space can encounter local bands and art exhibits, grab a craft brew, and enjoy the weather on the expansive outdoor patio. In the tradition of great urban paseos, an active corridor traverses the site, connecting residents to the retail zone. The paseo is the primary pedestrian connection within the plan and is activated with open-air seating and lush landscaping. Overhead, rooftop decks and resident amenities draw attention upward, delivering a true urban streetscape experience. The centrally located plaza delivers community retail and a 15,000-square-foot private-membership fitness center. Visitors and residents can join a spin class after work, grab a smoothie, purchase a gift for a friend, and pick up dinner for the family all in one beautifully designed, well-planned, central location.

The Row at Red Hill transforms an under-utilized office space into a vibrant mixed-use community that embodies Santa Ana’s rich industrial and cultural legacy, resulting in a distinctive and vibrant community destination.