In September 2013, the City of Redlands approved a project known as the Redlands Fulfillment Center, which was to be located in a primarily agricultural section of Redlands on the same site as outlined above. Since that time, the applicant decided to seek an additional entitlement for a project that comprises two warehouse/distribution centers (Planned Development No. 3), so that they can also market the site to this type of user. The former project (Planned Development No. 2) was a single building of approximately 1 million sf for the purpose of housing a fulfillment/distribution center. The new project now consists of two buildings, totaling approximately 1.1 million sf for the purpose of housing two separate warehousing operations.
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