Residential / R-14 Medium-High Density Residential
Santee 50 is a proposed 50-unit residential townhome complex on a 3.1-acre site in the western portion of the City of Santee. The 50 townhomes would be divided into nine buildings, containing a combination of three-plex, five-plex, six-plex, or seven plex of townhomes. The proposed buildings would range from two- to three-stories with a maximum height of 45 feet and, depending on the floor plan, the units would contain 1,745, 1,751, or 1,882 sf of living space. Each unit would have three bedrooms (with some units containing an additional loft area). Existing on-site structures would be demolished prior to grading. The project anticipates minor grading with 3,000 cubic yards to be cut and 12,000 cy to be filled, for a total import of 9,000 cy.
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