Residential Subdivivsion includes 125 single-family lots on 47 acres, fronting on the existing golf course, in approximately six villiage clusters that would be served by private, gated streets. Proposed lot sizes range from 8,000 to 15,000 square feet and are clustered in six "villiages" that correspond to phases shown on the Vesting Tentative Map.
The proposed project is a resort development inlcuding hotel, timeshare, and residential components with the existing 36-hole championship Bayonet and Balckhorse Golf Courses on the former Fort Ord in the City of Seaside. The proposal includes a disposition and development agreement, a statutory development agreement, a vesting tentative map for subdivision of 375 acres, overall project design review, a conditional use permit for the residential component, a conditional use permit for the timeshare component, and site plan review for the hotel component. Portions of the land north, south, and west of the project site contain single-family residential development constructed in the 1950s and 1960s as military housing. A proposed 380 lot single-family redevelopment at the Hayes site is currently under environmental review by the City of Seaside. Sunbay Apartment complex (high density residential) and Fitch Middle School are located to the south of the project site and east of the Hayes Housing area. The primary land use to the north is occupied military housing.
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