The Nakase Property Area Plan would establish guidelines for the future development of a master-planned community on the project site and would consist of the following: up to 675 two- and three-story single-family residential units; up to 101 affordable apartment units for senior citizens in a two to three story building with an elevator; an elementary school site accommodating up to 1,000 students; parks and open space; an internal circulation system; and a multipurpose water quality basin. As part of the project, a GPA would change the LUD from Business park to low medium residential and institutional. The project proposes to change the project site's zoning classification from general ag to planned community. A vesting tentative tract map would be required to subdivide the property.
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