Ground Floor Project

The Ground Floor Project is alive at PRISMA, continuing a tradition that began in Seattle, spread to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Hollywood and now here.

The Ground Floor Project was developed through a number of interesting discussions that led to a process of trying to understand the DNA of cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle and then serving up something that responded to what we found. We were not foolish enough to think we could make this trip alone – we pulled together a team of musicians and artists and foodies and went deep into spaces that were best accessed in the middle of the night. It was in those places that we think we found what makes these cities tick – independent expression, individual freedom and an interesting level of credibility and substance supporting things that could just be thoughtless ventures in other markets. We decided to build something that could open the doors and let that spirit in…a co-mingling of sorts that could lead to extraordinary ad–hoc events. A long shot to say the least, but one that we are taking. The team then developed relationships with various members of the cultural community that could help us switch on this place in a way that may just fill a void that no one knew was there. We call it the Ground Floor Project, the perpetual work in progress based on the interests of our residents and implemented by our creative staff. We have decided that music, food and art are a good starting point and we are working on some pretty cool stuff for PRISMA in the next few months – organic food, undiscovered music and a variety of cultural art endeavors are what we envision. You can ask the WRS management team at the community for more detail.


Wood Partners Commissions Local Artist, Bret Price, to Create Wind Swept


For over five years, Wood Partners, a national leader in real estate, has been working with local community, government, and cultural leaders to create programming that will benefit not only the residents, but the communities in which our projects live. The Ground Floor Project (GFP) is the integration of cultural activity that will reside within our communities.


We are kicking off the Ground Floor Project at PRISMA with the commission of local Santa Ana artist Bret Price. Mr Price’s piece, Wind Swept, a sculpture representing the Santa Ana winds, will be located at 301 Jeanette Lane with installation taking place Fall 2017.


Wind Swept, a sculpture representing the Santa Ana winds, by local Santa Ana artist Bret Price.

Stay tuned to hear more about The Ground Floor Project events at PRISMA following the installation!


For more on Bret Price