The Baxter Village Mixed Use Project is a horizontal mixed use development located on the west side of the I-15 freeway and north of Baxter Road. The developer proposes to develop 8.4 net acres of the site with 75,000 sq. ft. of commercial retail uses, 11.3 net acres with 204 apartment units, and 12.5 net acres with 70 single family homes. The remaining 3.3 acres would contain roads, required parking, retention basins and recreation areas. The project site is currently undeveloped with the exception of a residential structure that is being stored at the site by the Wildomar Historical Society.
The proposed project includes the following applications:
1. Change of Zone (CZ): A proposal to change the zoning designation for 25 acres of the 35-acre site from the current zoning of C-P-S (Scenic Highway Commercial) to R-4 (Planned Residential Zone) to accommodate the proposed 70 lot single family development and to R-3 (General Residential) to accommodate the 204-unit multi-family apartment development project. The Commercial Retail development already has the C-P-S zoning so no change is needed.
2. Tentative Tract Map (TTM 36674): A tentative tract map to subdivide the 35 acre project site into 85 lots. 70 lots will comprise the Single Family development portion, with a minimum 4,500 sq. ft. lot size. The Multi-Family development portion will have 1 lot to accommodate the 204-unit multi-family development. the commercial development portion includes seven lots to accommodate the 75,000 sq. ft. of commercial/retail development project.
3. Plot Plan (PP): There are 3 plot plans for the 35 acre project site consisting of the following:
-Single Family development portion - A final site plan of development for the 70 single family residential dwelling unit portion to include, but not limited to the following: site plan information (with house plotting, setbacks, etc.), a model home to complex plans (if model homes are being proposed), floor plans architectural elevations, landscape plans and a wall/fence plans.
-Multi-Family development portion - The subarea consists of a 204-unit multi-family apartment project and related site development improvements (i.e., parking, landscaping, etc.).
Commercial/Retail development portion - this subarea includes approx. 75,000 sq. ft. of commercial/retail space and related site development improvements (i.e., parking, landscaping, etc.).
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