Remember the Amphitheatre at Bella Terra? Well, there are some changes afoot…DJM Capital Partners, owners and operators of the popular Huntington Beach mall are creating a garden area for dining, entertainment, relaxing and gathering.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — DJM Capital Partners, Inc. — owners and operators of Bella Terra, one of Orange County’s premier lifestyle destinations — today announced that construction has begun to reimagine the project’s focal public space, bringing a residential scale of design and creating Huntington Beach’s biggest and best “backyard,” designed for dining, entertainment, and well-deserved family time for Bella Terra guests.
Set for November 2018 completion, the reinvented space — The Garden at Bella Terra — is designed with inspiration from Southern California’s Spanish roots, with additional design cues taken from Huntington Beach’s casual, informal, and aspirational lifestyle. The reimagined public space replaces the former amphitheater and will welcome Bella Terra guests daily with epicurean fare, alfresco dining, an open-air beer and wine garden, free Wi-Fi, concert stage, children’s area, and feature inviting seating options and conversation areas — all in a lushly landscaped setting that feels like the backyard you’ve always dreamed of!
“Our goal in reimagining the amphitheater area was to create an atmosphere that enhances Bella Terra’s well-established position as a central and welcoming destination for shoppers, diners and the community,” said D. John Miller, CEO, DJM Capital Partners, Inc. “Bella Terra has come a long way since the days of the Huntington Beach Mall; this is the next chapter in a storied project that we feel very fortunate to have played a role in. We thank the community of Huntington Beach for their partnership, and hope that the community will think of this new area as their backyard, where they will create many more memorable moments.”
Highlights of the reimagined public space, The Garden at Bella Terra:
The Garden — A beer and wine garden inspired by the dining al fresco culture of Spain and throughout Europe, with a Southern California vibe. Underneath a grand Sycamore tree, festoon lighting will set The Garden aglow with its communal tables, private dining experiences, craft beer, fine wine, epicurean treats, and new quick-serve restaurants.
A rustic stage area is being constructed under a wood pergola wrapped with vines in front of the towers recently designed lantern wall. The ideal venue for live music and entertainment, the stage area will provide a wonderful diversion between shopping an movies, and a perfect backdrop for dining alfresco.
Grassy Lawn — this area has been designed with various elevations to provide an infinite opportunity for kids’ imagination and creativity.
All Bella Terra businesses will remain open during the transformation of the amphitheater into The Garden at Bella Terra. For more information and updates, please visit the Bella Terra website at www.bellaterra-hb.com.