The Project would include the construction and subsequent operation of two warehouse buildings that would serve as an annex to the existing Costco Depot located approximately 1.5-miles to the west of the Project and as a Direct Delivery Center. The two buildings (approximately 543,326 sf for Building 1 and 1,201,726 sf for Building 2) total approximately 1,745,052 sf on the Project site. The smaller Building 1 is anticipated to serve as the annex by providing additional storage for high-turnover merchandise processed through the nearby Costco Depot, a pallet repair facility, and a return to vendor facility for large items returned to a Costco warehouse. The larger Building 2 is anticipated to serve as a Direct Delivery Center (DDC), an ecommerce distribution center primarily for large and bulky items ordered online by Costco members for direct delivery through Market Delivery Operations (MDO) located in various smaller cities in the Northern California region. DDC warehouses distribute ordered goods to the MDOs for delivery (by appointment) to the members. The San Joaquin County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) will require the Project site to be pre-zoned by the City of Tracy in conjunction with the proposed annexation. The City’s pre-zoning will include the Light Industrial (M-1) zoning designation for Project site. Additionally, the proposed Project would result in the annexation of the Annexation Area into the City of Tracy.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 1745052, Acres 103, Employees 250)
Site Plan, Prezone, Use Permit, Annexation
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