Stadium And Mixed-use Urban Village
Orange County, once regarded as the prototypical Southern California spawling suburb, has shown signs recently of accepting more density in its urban centers in recognition that a growing population will support such development. At the forefront of such planning is the city of Anaheim, which recently overhauled its zoning surrounding Angel Stadium in the hopes of creating a mixed-use urban village. In this interview, Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle addresses the citys vision for its Platinum Triangle, and how the state can encourage similar efforts in other cities.
Thanks to Chris Steins