Pacific City Apartments
Huntington Beach, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Eileen Thomas
COMPLETION DATE
January 31, 2018
CLIENT
MVE & Partners, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Residential

Pacific City Apartments is a new high-end LEED-registered residential apartment community located on 14 acres with a design inspired by the crashing waves of the nearby ocean. The project consists of six buildings sitting atop a two-level continuous underground parking garage. Residents can see our lighting design team's work throughout the property, which includes 516 units with resort-style amenities such as a 5,000 square foot outdoor pool, fitness center, clubhouse, and conference facilities, with cohesive landscape architectural features throughout the 17-acre site. This project also includes a two-acre public park.

The team was challenged with making the many areas sexy, hip, and inviting while adhering to a strict energy code and appeasing a client who wanted the world but didn't want to spend too much money. The entire property uses LED sources, standardizing at 3000K or warmer. Simple dusk to dawn photocells controls the lighting. The pool deck is the focus of the property, while multiple courtyards spread throughout the property between the apartment buildings bring interest while keeping light focused on those spaces as not to impede on the tenant's private spaces. Coordination with the architect and landscape architect was essential to gracefully incorporate the lighting into the fun while bringing the project at thirty percent under California's Title 24 Energy Code.

PROJECT TEAM:
Eileen Thomas
Anna Pharis
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Brad Nelson
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PROJECT LEADER
Eileen Thomas
COMPLETION DATE
January 31, 2018
CLIENT
MVE & Partners, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Residential

Pacific City Apartments is a new high-end LEED-registered residential apartment community located on 14 acres with a design inspired by the crashing waves of the nearby ocean. The project consists of six buildings sitting atop a two-level continuous underground parking garage. Residents can see our lighting design team's work throughout the property, which includes 516 units with resort-style amenities such as a 5,000 square foot outdoor pool, fitness center, clubhouse, and conference facilities, with cohesive landscape architectural features throughout the 17-acre site. This project also includes a two-acre public park.

The team was challenged with making the many areas sexy, hip, and inviting while adhering to a strict energy code and appeasing a client who wanted the world but didn't want to spend too much money. The entire property uses LED sources, standardizing at 3000K or warmer. Simple dusk to dawn photocells controls the lighting. The pool deck is the focus of the property, while multiple courtyards spread throughout the property between the apartment buildings bring interest while keeping light focused on those spaces as not to impede on the tenant's private spaces. Coordination with the architect and landscape architect was essential to gracefully incorporate the lighting into the fun while bringing the project at thirty percent under California's Title 24 Energy Code.

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Pacific City Apartments
Huntington Beach, CA
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Pacific City Apartments
PROJECT LEADER
Eileen Thomas
COMPLETION DATE
January 31, 2018
CLIENT
MVE & Partners, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Residential

Pacific City Apartments is a new high-end LEED-registered residential apartment community located on 14 acres with a design inspired by the crashing waves of the nearby ocean. The project consists of six buildings sitting atop a two-level continuous underground parking garage. Residents can see our lighting design team's work throughout the property, which includes 516 units with resort-style amenities such as a 5,000 square foot outdoor pool, fitness center, clubhouse, and conference facilities, with cohesive landscape architectural features throughout the 17-acre site. This project also includes a two-acre public park.

The team was challenged with making the many areas sexy, hip, and inviting while adhering to a strict energy code and appeasing a client who wanted the world but didn't want to spend too much money. The entire property uses LED sources, standardizing at 3000K or warmer. Simple dusk to dawn photocells controls the lighting. The pool deck is the focus of the property, while multiple courtyards spread throughout the property between the apartment buildings bring interest while keeping light focused on those spaces as not to impede on the tenant's private spaces. Coordination with the architect and landscape architect was essential to gracefully incorporate the lighting into the fun while bringing the project at thirty percent under California's Title 24 Energy Code.

PROJECT TEAM:
Eileen Thomas
Anna Pharis
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Pacific City Apartments

Client

MVE & Partners, Inc.
Location
Huntington Beach, CA

Pacific City Apartments is a new high-end LEED-registered residential apartment community located on 14 acres with a design inspired by the crashing waves of the nearby ocean. The project consists of six buildings sitting atop a two-level continuous underground parking garage. Residents can see our lighting design team's work throughout the property, which includes 516 units with resort-style amenities such as a 5,000 square foot outdoor pool, fitness center, clubhouse, and conference facilities, with cohesive landscape architectural features throughout the 17-acre site. This project also includes a two-acre public park.

The team was challenged with making the many areas sexy, hip, and inviting while adhering to a strict energy code and appeasing a client who wanted the world but didn't want to spend too much money. The entire property uses LED sources, standardizing at 3000K or warmer. Simple dusk to dawn photocells controls the lighting. The pool deck is the focus of the property, while multiple courtyards spread throughout the property between the apartment buildings bring interest while keeping light focused on those spaces as not to impede on the tenant's private spaces. Coordination with the architect and landscape architect was essential to gracefully incorporate the lighting into the fun while bringing the project at thirty percent under California's Title 24 Energy Code.

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