The 17-acre property has been designated surplus land by the State of California and the Department of General Services must make the property available for sale, lease, or exchange to other State agencies, and, if no State agency is in need of the land, to local governmental agencies and private developers. Approximately ten acres are proposed for a 2-plus story single-family residential development (up to 110 units) and approximately one acre is to be dedicated as a City park. A senior housing facility with up to 165 apartment units in 3- and 4-story structures is proposed for the remaining six acres.
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