Most agree that the Santiago Street Lofts are the most aesthetically pleasing and unique Downtown Santa Ana development built to date. It’s playful colors and various facades break-up the large project in a way that keeps your eyes coming back for more. Santiago Street Lofts are also one of only a few Orange County developments that are 100% Live/Work Lofts. There are no units that do not have a ground level work space, which helps the neighborhood gain the needed critical mass of retail to attract gallery goers and shoppers.
Santiago Street Lofts is the closest to Santa Ana’s Amtrak Station. Just around the corner, one block from the community. Not as vital now, but as gas prices continue to rise and new rail is built, including a highly speculated over high speed rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles, living in such short walking distance to train stations is becoming a greater selling point. Imagine a future where you could walk across the street and be in San Francisco in 3 hours via high speed rail… Very exciting!
All four floor plans have three levels, offer work space on the ground floor with an industrial roll-up door, kitchen and living space on the 2nd and master bedroom space on the 3rd. Soaring double ceilings on the 2nd level allows soothing natural light to spill into each home.
It’s a few more blocks to Downtown Santa Ana’s restaurants, bars, galleries and theaters. Home to many artists and creative professionals, the Santiago Street Loft Residents organize their own Santiago Art District with monthly art walks on the 3rd Saturday from 7pm to 10pm. Doors roll open, gallery lights go on and anxious hipster and art goers pursue what’s new. Live music and light hor dourves are a common sighting.
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