Anaheim Ducks Owner Andrew Barrios has paid $1 million for his 1 bedroom apartment in the historic Anaheim Gardens, a development that has drawn critics of the developer’s proposal.
Barrios is the second owner of the building, which has been home to the Anaheim Ducks for more than 60 years.
The development has been on the market since March 2018.
“I have owned the Anaheim Gardens property for more years than I can remember,” Barrias said.
“I’ve always had a special connection to it, but I had to move.
I wanted to move and now I can.
It’s really cool.”
The development, which sits on about 1.3 acres, includes a three-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment.
The building’s architect is Dan B. Johnson, a Los Angeles-based landscape architecture firm.
The first phase of the project, which includes the 1-bedroom apartment, was completed in May 2018.
The building, also known as the “Catskill,” is located in the heart of Anaheim’s Anaheim Gardens district, near the intersection of the Anaheim and Santa Ana Rivers.
The property was designed by B&R Architecture in 2008, but Barriosa said he was hesitant to take on the project because he wasn’t ready to move into his home.
“That’s the hardest thing, not being able to move in, but it’s also really cool,” Barrieos said.
The new owners have renovated the property and are currently working on adding a second phase.
A rendering shows the two-level building, located in an historic district in Anaheim, California.
The developer said the project will be finished by mid-2019, and the project is expected to open by 2020.
“This is a unique project for me.
It takes the classic, traditional Anaheim Gardens architecture, which is a lot of fun, and takes it to a new level with this one bedroom apartment,” Barreis said.”
It’s really fun to be in a place that is so iconic, where I’m still part of the history of this building,” he added.
The development is expected open by mid 2018.