Z: Regional-Specialty Center Planned Dev't Overlay; GP: Commercial (C)
The proposed Monterey Park Market Place Precise Plan alters the previous project (Monterey Park Towne Plaza, March 2000) by increasing the amount of retail square feet to 600,000, an increase of 84,618 square feet. The redevelopment would cover 42.1 acres of the north parcel, plus approximately 9 acres of the adjacent SCE easements, totaling 51.1 acres. Four retail anchor stores would be the largest buildings onsite. At most two garden centers would also be included with these anchor stores. The smaller retail buildings would be for mixed retail or restaurant use. Smaller retail pads include a bank, fast food restaurant, two sit-down restaurants, and a gas station.
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