community commercial; future specific plan and public institutional ; CMX, PI, and M Zoning
The proposed project, Campus Town Specific Plan, would guide the future development of land on the former Fort Ord, and as such is envisioned for redevelopment in a manner consistent with the Fort Ord Reuse Authority Base Reuse Plan, as well as subsidiary documents. The SP is intended to evolve the Plan Area into a mixed use urban village to serve residents, visitors, and University Students. Key elements of development in the plan area will be focused on providing arts and entertainment, retail, housing, visitor lodging, and employment space for the University student population. The proposed 2028 build-out would include development of: 1,485 housing units, 75 room youth hostel, 150,000 sf of retail, dining, and entertainment space, 50,000 sf of light industrial, flex, office, or "marker space," and 250 room hotel.
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