The 107.2-acre College Park Project includes the 71.4-acre North Village and the 35.8-acre South Village site. The North Village site would include approx 432 dwelling units, and the South Village site would include approx 26 dwelling units. The North Village site would primarily be composed of single-family residential land uses. The North Village site would also contain high-density residential uses in the central portion of the site, while the southern portion of the site would contain commercial and mixed use uses (along Rocklin Road). In contrast, the majority of the South Village site would be dedicated to recreation/conservation land uses, but it also contains the 26 single family dwelling units referenced above. Community land uses (mixed uses) would make up the bulk of the remaining portion of the South Village site.
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