Site Plan

This proposed 95-acre, mixed-use ocV!BE development will feature:

  • A sustainable community emphasizing walkability, health and wellness, and lifestyle amenities
  • A new 5,700-capacity concert venue
  • 1.1+ million square feet of office space, including a new 325,000-square foot office tower
  • 1,500 residential units, including a commitment of 15% affordable housing units
  • 20 acres of public space including four unique plazas 
  • 10 acres of publicly accessible parks including a 4-acre wellness park and a 5-acre riverfront park
  • 30+ restaurant concepts, including a food hall with diverse offerings and multiple standalone restaurants
  • Two hotels, consisting of 550 rooms total, thematically aligned with the energy of the district
  • 8,000+ parking spaces among several structures, new roads and increased capacity to enhance ingress/egress
  • More than 10,000 new construction jobs and more than 3,000 permanent jobs upon completion

Master Plan

The project features a network of pedestrian bridges and walkways, linking the entire 95 acres. This includes a landmark pedestrian bridge over Katella Avenue, eliminating significant pedestrian traffic at Katella Avenue and Douglass and providing a safe, seamless and walkable connection from ARTIC to Honda Center. An additional major feature will be the Paseo, a welcoming pedestrian walkway created by permanently closing a portion of Douglass Road adjacent to Honda Center. Linking these features of the Master Plan will be an robust transportation strategy to help eliminate vehicle trips within the site.

The Master Plan consists of a full range of live entertainment venues.  Honda Center will continue to be the anchor, with 18,000 person capacity, for top touring events.  In addition, there will be a new 5,700-capacity concert venue and several intimate venues, providing diverse entertainment offerings. Orange County residents will now be able to see their favorite artists in their backyard.


Public Plazas

A distinguishing feature of ocV!BE will be its four unique public plazas, each with its own focus and energy. The urban park plaza to the west, more than three acres in size, will be anchored by a new 5,700-capacity concert venue, a landmark building featuring a 50,000-square-foot market hall and multiple floors of creative office space, and a landscaped boulevard called the Paseo, featuring retail and dining opportunities. The southern-facing plaza will be a hub of activity focused on sports with elevated walkways providing ample opportunities for dining. The northern plaza will feature a collection of smaller entertainment experiences. An eastern plaza will provide a garden setting with terraced seating and prominent public art, ideal for respite and special events.

Wellness Park & Office Campus

A new 325,000-square-foot office tower will attract top employers to Anaheim. When combined with other new and existing office buildings, the office campus will be more than 1.1+ million square feet and in close proximity to all of the district’s offerings. The existing surface parking lot for Arena Corporate Center will be converted to a publicly accessible park focused on health and wellness, serving office tenants and residents. Parking for the office uses will be provided by an adjacent structure.

Hotel Accommodations

Two new hotels, consisting of 550 total rooms, are part of the ocV!BE Master Plan. The hotels will be strategically located to take advantage of all entertainment offerings and pedestrian pathways and linkages throughout the district. The hotels will align with the energy of the district, providing a unique hospitality choice in the Anaheim market for guests, including tourists and conventioneers.


The conceptual master plan for ocV!BE was submitted in June 2020, and the project application for entitlement was submitted in November 2020 for review by the City of Anaheim. 

The project is expected to secure entitlement approvals and start construction by the end of 2022.

The first phase of ocV!BE is scheduled to open in 2024. The goal is for the project to be completed in 2028 and be a showcase for the Summer Olympics when Honda Center hosts indoor volleyball.