New senior affordable housing project breaks ground in Garden Grove’s Korean District

Community members were on hand as the City of Garden Grove, developer AMG & Associates, The Pacific Companies, and landowner Hoag Foundation officially broke ground for Garden Brook Senior Village on February 12. The 8-story adaptive reuse project near the Korean Business District is scheduled for opening in 2021.

The mixed-use, affordable housing project will include 11,041 square-feet of commercial space on the first floor, 394 senior-living units, community spaces including an indoor fitness area, library room with multifunctional space, two general use community rooms, and on-site laundry facilities.

Additionally, Garden Brook Senior Village’s intergenerational partnership with the neighboring Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove will include programs that foster mutually-benefitting youth and senior interactions.

“This project is as meaningful as it is unique, and demonstrates the importance of valued partnerships and commitment to our community,” said Garden Grove City Manager Scott Stiles.

For more information about Garden Brook Senior Village, contact Katie Callen with The Pacific Companies at [email protected]

For more information about Garden Brook Senior Village rental information, visit Barker Management, Inc., at or email [email protected]

This article was released by the City of Garden Grove.