Parking structure at Yorba Linda Town Center nears completion

Visitors to Yorba Linda’s downtown will have a new option for parking, starting this summer.

A four-story public parking structure at the developing Town Center retail area is nearing completion, the city recently announced. The structure will be ready once electricity is installed and minor exterior works are done, but will not be open until construction of the adjoining public streets are completed in May or June.

Parking at the structure, also open to visitors to the historic Main Street area, will be free, said Pam Stoker, the city’s economic development manager.

The much-anticipated Yorba Linda Town Center, which has been in the making for some two decades, is targeted for opening around Thanksgiving, she said.

The center will consist of a gathering space surrounded by 125,000 square feet of commercial uses anchored by a Bristol Farms grocery store and a Regal movie theater.

Other secured tenants include Blaze Pizza, The Habit Burger Grill, Cafe Rio Mexican Grill, Seasalt Fish Grill, the Creamistry, The Blind Pig Kitchen and Bar, Apola Gyro Grill, The Pie Hole, Peet’s Coffee, Club Pilates and Verizon. There are still some tenant spaces available, Stoker said.

The center, owned by developer Zelman Development Co., is redeveloping the 10 acres bounded by Imperial Highway, Yorba Linda Boulevard, Lakeview Avenue, Main Street and Lemon Street.

The estimated $50 million project broke ground in November 2016.

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