The contemporary architecture of the new medical office building in Brea, California’s Central Park Village serves a dual purpose. As the first phase of the redevelopment of a twenty-acre, former hospital site, the building provided the keystone from a planning and phasing perspective. The building serves as a gateway to the Village as part of the award-winning masterplan, and as part of a thriving mixed-use community with a range of residential options and a popular one-acre park.
Set back and stepped up from the street, the building maintains a presence on Central Avenue and connects to a convenient parking garage at the rear. Intersecting the glass and metal panel facade, a bright orange plane acts as a billboard for both the medical offices and the larger community.
The new building also consolidates all of the square footage of existing medical offices, which were scattered around the former hospital site into a single, state-of-the-art facility for the local medical community.