Discover a new community near the Pacific

Where living happens

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Bold new plans for bold new living

Bolsa Pacific is a new community in the heart of Westminster. Rooted in a sense of people and place, it’s transforming the former Sears and Macy’s parcels to vibrant hubs with spacious apartments, single-family townhomes, and easy access to sought-after dining and shopping opportunities. Enjoy the very best of what Orange County has to offer.



Approximately 1,065 new, multi-family units for rent.



Approximately 100 three-story, single-family townhomes for ownership.



Convenient stays for guests at a new 175 room hotel.


Easy access to food hall-style dining at your doorstep.
2.5 acre park

2.5 Acre Park

Enjoy tree-lined and community-driven greenspace for all.


Explore nearby shops for everyday needs.
The Location

The Gateway to Orange County

Just off the 405 and minutes from the ocean, Bolsa Pacific at Westminster is truly the gateway to Orange County. Surrounded by community and full of possibility, it’s just a short drive to Los Angeles or down to South County, making it more than possible to take advantage of everything Orange County has to offer.

The Vision

Lifestyle is Everything​

Whether you’re taking a client meeting, running out for a quick bite, or strolling through the 2.5 acre park, Bolsa Pacific is about having it all and finding your flow. There’s no compromise when it comes to convenience and no question when it comes to community. This is living.

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April 2023


  • Pre-application submitted to City of Westminster
  • Planning Department
Spring 2023 - Fall 2024


  • Process plans
  • Community feedback and development of plans
  • Seek approval on required agreements and conditions
December 2024


  • Anticipated project approval
  • Anticipated breaking ground 2025
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In The News

June 6, 2023
By Orange County Tribune
Westminster Mall, the now-fading shopping center that was once the retail jewel of its namesake city, was originally a...
May 16, 2023
By Orange County Tribune
Back in 1974 when Gerald Ford was president and the Rams still played in the Coliseum, the newest and...
April 24, 2023
By Orange County Register
Two new proposals for Orange County housing are the latest examples of how dying shopping spaces are becoming a...