Brea, the border that separates Los Angeles counties and Orange can look forward to new apartments and medical offices with the help of a developer in Brea who is willing to spend a whopping $100 million dollars. This Central Park Village project will be on the former site of the Brea Community Hospital and will take up 15 acres of land. According to the Orange County Register, the mixed-use project will include a one-acre, privately managed park, 452 apartments, 66,000 square feet of commercial space, 35,000 square feet for medical offices and urgent care center. Earlier last week, the project was approved by the Brea City Council. The project will be uniquely built in five different phases. First, the medical building will be completed which include parking, 1,246 parking spaces in possibly two separate parking structures with four to five levels, according to the environmental impact report. As for the apartments, they will feature 83 single-family 2-3 leveled townhomes and 369 multi-family rental apartments that are to be 3-4 levels. In 2016, the apartments will more than likely be turned into condominiums with the start of project build out, but as of now residence in Brea can look forward to a lot of changes happen, especially with this $11 million-plus project. Like Haute Living Los Angeles? Join our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @HauteLivingLA. Want Haute Living Los Angeles delivered to your inbox once a week? Sign up for our newsletter.