The requested applications would grant land-use entitlements to allow the 228.5-acre unincorporated Mace 25, Davis Innovation & Sustainability Campus, and Mace Triangle properties to be annexed to the City of Davis and developed as a innovation center for research and development, advanced manufacturing, office, hotel, residential and agricultural uses.
The proposed 228.5 acre project site is located immediately east of Mace Blvd./the City of Davis city limits, near the “Mace Curve”, in Yolo County, approximately 2.5 miles east of downtown Davis (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 033-630-006, -009, -011, and -012; 033-650-009, and -026). The project consists of the proposed ±187 -acre Davis Innovation & Sustainability Campus (DISC) site, the City’s 25 acre “City Parcel” and a separate ±16.5-acre area, south of CR 32A, which has been included within the bounds of the project site for annexation purposes only. The 16 acres contain Ikeda’s Market (APN 033-630-011), a City-owned water tank and Caltrans District 3 Park-and-Ride lot (APN 033-630-006), and agricultural uses (APN 033-630-012).
The Davis Innovation & Sustainability Campus application proposes 2,654,000 square feet of innovation center/business uses and 850 residential units of varied sizes and affordability.