Zoning : General Commercial (C36); General Plan Land Use Designation: General Commercial, Regional Category: Village
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The applicant is proposing the development of 92 detached condominium units on approximately 10.57 acres of land located west of Sweetwater Springs Blvd. and south of Austin Drive in the Spring Valley Community Plan area. The project site has an existing shopping center that will be demolished and removed. Access to the site would be provided by a private driveway along Austin Drive, and an existing private driveway along Sweetwater Springs Blvd. The proposed project includes a General Plan Amendment which would change the General Plan Land Use Designation from General Commercial to Village Residential (VR-10.9) . The Regional Category of Village applies to t he property; no change to the Regional Category is proposed with the Project.
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Residential (Units 92, Acres 10.57)
General Plan Amendment, Site Plan, Rezone, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.), Redevelopment
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