Located in the core of Anaheim, the Platinum Triangle is an 840-acre development that is in the midst of growing and offering more amenities in addition to the already solid lineup. The Platinum Triangle includes Angel Stadium, Honda Center, the ARTIC transportation hub, plus nearby Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center. Future plans include an ultimate combination of urban, commercial and residential development. The goal is to provide 28,000 residents with homes by building 19,000 apartments along with 14 million square feet of office space. There will also be 4.7 million square feet of commercial retail and hotel space. The district’s primary cross-streets are State College Blvd. and Katella Ave.
Platinum Triangle Entertainment
If you like hockey, you can watch professional league teams compete at the Honda Center against the Anaheim Ducks. The Honda Center is also used as a music and entertainment venue with international performers, professional ice skating, and college basketball tournaments. Angel Stadium hosts baseball games, plus an array of year-round events like marathons, motocross and Monster Jam. The City National Grove of Anaheim provides live music entertainment, musicals, and comedy acts.
On the east side, just outside of the Triangle, Anaheim Resort contains Disneyland and Disney California Adventure with its array of offerings including Downtown Disney. Anaheim GardenWalk offers additional shopping, dining, and entertainment. The Anaheim Convention Center is the premier destination for major trade shows in Orange County and serves as a venue for large events including gymnastics championships, auto shows, education seminars, conferences and more. Numerous luxurious hotels surround the area for out of town guests. To the south, The Outlets at range (formerly The Block) offers an outdoor mall with shopping, entertainment, and dining. North of the Platinum Triangle, the revitalized Anaheim Packing District and Downtown Anaheim offer a unique collection of shopping and dining options, plus the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center. The downtown area holds regular events including farmers markets, street fairs, and festivals.
Platinum Triangle Apartments
Residential Developments include:
- 1818 Platinum Triangle
- Anaheim Apartment Communities
- Avalon Anaheim Stadium
- Chapman Grand (formerly Katella Grand)
- Gateway Apartment Homes I & II
- The George
- Jefferson Platinum Triangle I & II
- Parallel (formerly Platinum Vista)
- Park Viridian Shops at Stadium Towers
- Stadium Lofts
- Trumark Homes (under construction)
Apartments have been constructed and are subject to general availability. These luxury living communities offer on-site amenities so you don’t have to leave your community for leisure. The 1818 Platinum Triangle offers rooftop deck experiences with a pool and BBQs. The Jefferson Platinum Triangle has 400 units with two resort-style pools and spas. If you need to exercise and get some fresh air, you can visit the adjacent park with a jogging trail. New mini parks will be built for a friendly, open-air experience for you and your pets. If you’re looking to purchase, consider Lewis + Mason townhomes which feature rooftop decks and are move-in ready.
Platinum Triangle Retail & Commercial Developments
The area currently offers offices for businesses to expand into within a high-traffic area. Imagine walking or using public transit to work. This reduction of community time improves the general quality of life.
According to the city’s official site, the Platinum Triangle will support pedestrian accessible streets and bikeways, along with the nearby freeway system. The master land use plan has outlined its mixed use for the public by expanding its current site. Current infrastructure such as the connection between the Anaheim Resort, Angel Stadium, The Grove, Honda Center, Anaheim Convention Center, and Disneyland Resort to Platinum Triangle will be enhanced.
Currently available retail spaces provide shopping within walking distance. Plans have been made to construct more retail space to create greater economic opportunity for businesses to drive the local market. Residents will be able to shop and dine locally with new concepts like the Market Street location. Currently, some of the industrial building will continue to operate. Some buildings are moving to other locations to make way for the master planned, high-rise residential area with more apartment homes and lofts. It will be extremely convenient to be entertained within this vicinity with rideshare options making it easy to get around. Hotels will be built to provide amenities for everyone from local to international guests.
LT Platinum Center
The LT Platinum Center is a 15-acre planned development that will anchor the Platinum Triangle. Plans have been made to construct the LT Platinum Center which was approved in 2016. It is said to be stylized similar to LA Live. It will be a mixed-use $450 million project next to Angel Stadium. The mixed-use project will include the following:
- 95,000 square feet of Entertainment
- 120,000 square feet of Dining
- 218,000 square feet of Retail
- 75,000 square feet of Office Space
- 1.5 acres of Urban Park Space
- 400 residential units
- 200-room hotel
- Grocery Store
- Public Market
- Food Street
- Urban Park
- Rooftop Terraces
Platinum Triangle Transportation
Public transportation is currently available with the CtrCity/Platinum Triangle Line. Transfers to other regions has never been easier with the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) that coordinates with the OCTA buses and Amtrak system with the Pacific Surfliner and Metrolink trains. Plans have been made for the California High-Speed Rail system that will have a terminal at ARTIC. Henry Samueli, the urban center’s owner, has made arrangements with the city to build an expanded parking structure. This system will alleviate the increase of visitors and residents. This Anaheim hub will offer more activities and sustain city-based livelihoods.
Platinum Triangle Districts
Several distinct mixed-use districts have been identified within the portions of the Platinum Triangle designated for mixed-use development:
- Arena District (Public Recreational Zone)
- ARTIC District (Semi-Public Zone)
- Gateway District (Industrial, Office-Low)
- Gene Autry District (Industrial Zone)
- Katella District (Industrial, Office-Low, General Commercial)
- Lewis District (Industrial Zone)
- Stadium District (Public Recreational Zone)
- Office District (Industrial, Office-High, Office-Low, General Commercial)
- Orangewood District (Industrial, Office-Low, General Commercial, Public Recreational )