Tennis Facilities and Offices/Community Center, Commercial/Suburban Residential (1B)
The proposed Legacy at Coto Project (proposed project) is located within the Coto de Caza Specific Plan within unincorporated Orange County. The site is located at 23333 and 23335 Avenida La Caza. The project site consists of 3.86 acres and was the former location of the Vic Braden Tennis College. The proposed project would reuse the area where the existing tennis facilities and administrative offices are located to allow for the construction of a 95-unit active senior living project. A total of 115 onsite parking spaces and 25 offsite parking spaces at the Coto Valley Country Club would be provided for residents and visitors.
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Residential (Active Living Senior Project)(Units 95, Acres 3.86)
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