Land Use: Primarily vacant, 80-unit subsidized rental units to remain.
General Plan: C-G and R-M.
Zoning: C-2 and R-2
The Fontana Promenade Specific Plan is a 125-acre Master Planned Mixed Use Community that focuses on creating a vibrant, "people oriented place" which combines a wide range of retail and office space uses as well as shops, restaurants, and entertainment facilities with a variety of residential product types and densities. "The Promenade" is located in the north-central part of Fontana west of the Walnut Village Specific Plan, and south of the Sierra Lakes Specific Plan, next to the Fontana Auto Center and the 210 Freeway. The "Ponte Promenade" Pedestrian Walkway within the Specific Plan area is a central, north/south curvilinear corridor that encourages residents and visitors to enjoy a village atmosphere with quaint shops, quality restaurants, movie theaters and other entertainment uses needed in Fontana. The focal point of the Fontana Promenade is a unique Traffic Circle, or "Round About" along Walnut Avenue that incorporates a pedestrian bridge and tower feature that bring together the southern and northern portions of the Specific Plan project area. It also conveys a sense of distinctiveness in this region of the Inland Empire. The community's theme focuses on a walkable Tuscan village with a protected and pleasant central Promenade that reflects a strong Mediterranean design influence.
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