Revisions to the City of Redlands Downtown Specific Plan
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Office, commercial, retail, civic center, residential
The proposed project involves revisions to the Downtown Specific Plan, including expansion of its boundaries, modification of its goals, and establishment of a development program that will provide a pedestrian-friendly, amenity-rich mixed use environment in both the immediate and long-range future. The project proposes to extend the Specific Plan Area boundaries to generally include the area south of Redlands Boulevard between Texas Street and Church Street. The proposed project will identify four achievable goals to guide the future of Redlands, including (1) the promotion of economic vitality in Downtown Redlands by encouraging a mix of uses, (2) the creation of a pedestrian-oriented environment, (3) the maintenance and enhancement of a distinct Redlands character, and (4) the enhancement and extension of civic realm. Buildout of the revised Downtown Specific Plan, which is assumed to be in 2025, would result in approximately 1,444 residential units, 864,000 square feet of retail uses, 108,000 square feet of restaurants, 330,000 square feet of office space, 17 screens (3,257 seats) of theatres/cinemas, 100 rooms (20,000 square feet) of hotel uses, and 133,000 square feet of civic uses.
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