The project site is approx. 5,000 acres, which includes approx. 1,800 acres of proposed developed area and over 3,000 acres of natural open space. The Specific Plan would establish a new town under Policy 2.3 of the County's Eastern Coachella Valley Area Plan. Within a development footprint area of approx. 1,800 acres, the Specific Plan would provide for an estimated 8,500 residential units, about 1.38 million sf of non-residential land uses (including commercial office, retail, hotels, light industrial and public facilities) and approx. 110 acres of recreational trails and parks. Off-site infrastructure improvements are also proposed.
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