The George Anaheim Building, Southern Californian Lofts Project, Deck Photos
The George Anaheim, Parking Structure
New Parking Structure Development California, USA – design by Architects Orange (AO)
September 27, 2019
The George in Anaheim
Location: Anaheim, Orange County, Southern California – Los Angeles metropolitan area, United States of America
Design: Architects Orange
Multi-family / Parking Structure Marvel: The George, features a Five-Story Wrap Project Supporting a Swanky Amenity Deck
Parking Structures often get overlooked but this one is worth a double take.
The multi-family unit is joined by a fantastic parking structure – a five story wrap -utilizing 375,000 cubic feet of concrete to support one of Orange County’s most spectacular decks.
The George in Anaheim, CA, minutes from Disneyland and Angel Stadium, is an award winning luxury mulit-family unit adjoined by a modern five-story wrap parking structure.
The George in downtown Anaheim, is luxury development that exudes a whimsical, freewheeling sense of recreation. Midcentury chic permeates the property, evoking a hip and vibrant indoor-outdoor California lifestyle. The centerpiece is a jaw dropping 32,000 SF rooftop deck which spans the entire roof surface of the parking structure.
The 578 stall, 9 level efficient parking structure provides added value as the support structure and platform for a lush rooftop amenity deck, pool, fitness center, and beer garden overlooking Angeles Stadium and a spectacular view of the daily Disneyland fireworks. A total of 375,000 cubic feet of concrete was used for elevated slabs, footings and concrete walls.
This project exemplifies the synergy between Southern California’s architecture giant Architects Orange, as AO’s multiple practice groups come together to support a project, in this case AO’s mulit family group and structured parking.
“The technical feat of this project was the amenity filled rooftop deck, which elevates luxury above the ground floor,” says Jason Rupp, AO Principal. “By incorporating the sky deck atop the parking structure, not only did it maximize the site coverage and provide additional units, but also offered unobstructed views of Angel Stadium and nightly Disneyland fireworks. The sky deck at The George is an entertainer’s paradise that has moved this development from great to legendary.”
The George Parking Structure – Building Information
340 DU / 3.82 AC / 89 DU/AC
578 STALLS / 9 LEVELS / 24,000 SF ROOFDECK
2019 NAHB BALA Silver Award- Multifamily Luxury Apartments
2019 NAHB Nationals Gold Award – Best Multifamily Community
2018 Gold Nugget Merit Award – Multifamily Community 60-100 du/ac
Builder: Lyon Living
Chet Frohlich, Paul Vu
AO is a relationship-focused, design-driven architectural services firm helping clients create places where people and business flourish. 2019 marks the firm’s 45th anniversary – a moment to reflect on indelible relationships and a legacy of design that has made AO a leader in its craft.
The firm has 9 distinct areas of expertise including multifamily, retail, hospitality, mixed-use, restaurant, office, industrial, structured parking, and landscape design. AO is known for its ardent collaboration with developers and owners, and deep expertise across various building types. The AO team of approximately 300 professionals operate from studios in the counties of Orange and San Diego, where it serves clients across North America, Asia, and beyond.
The George Anaheim, Parking Structure Building images / information received Sep 2019
Location: Anaheim, Los Angeles, Orange County, California, USA
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